Guillermo Olguín

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Guillermo Olguín Mitchell (Mexico City, 1969) is one of the most relevant artists of the Oaxaca artistic scene.

He lives and works in Oaxaca and New York. He has been promoter of the Oaxacan culture, and also founder of “Café Central” an space for music, cinema and visual arts for more than 10 years.

His interest in native cultures such as the art of mezcal led him to found the Mezcalería Los Amantes and Casa Mezcal in New York, USA.

 He completed his professional studies at Cornish School of Arts in Seattle, Washington, USA and postgraduate studies at the Art Academy of Budapest Hungary.

His work has been shown individually and collectively in more than 30 exhibitions in Mexico, USA, Hungary, Cuba, Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, UK, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Finland and Japan. His work is found in the private art collections of Mexico, USA and Europe, as well as numerous public spaces, such as the Oaxaca Art Museum and the Graphic Arts Institute of Oaxaca.