Luis Mayo Vega

    Attributes

    • Male

    About the artist

    1964: Luis may Vega born in Madrid
    1987: Bachelor's degree in the Faculty of fine arts of Madrid, design and painting specialities
    1991: Is hired a full-time professor at the Faculty of fine arts of Madrid
    1996: It obtains the title of doctor in drawing cum laude in 1996 and extraordinary with his doctoral thesis on everyday scenarios for interpersonal communication prize.
    2005: He graduated in Sociology from the UNED career.
    2008: He is responsible for the exhibitions of the Complutense student House

    Luis Manuel Vega May is Associate Professor full-time in the Faculty of Fine Arts in Madrid, UCM, where he taught from 1991 subjects of first and second cycle, Ph.D. and the new official undergraduate and master.

    Degree in this Faculty in 1987 in the fields of design and painting, in 1996 obtained a doctorate degree cum laude in Drawing and extraordinary prize with his doctoral thesis on everyday scenarios for interpersonal communication.

    In 2005 he graduated in the Sociology from UNED.

    In 2004 obtained the qualification (in the figure of Associate Professor) of the NATIONAL ANECA.

    He has published a book on painting (ISBN: 84 .95926.11.3) chapters in books and art and design magazine articles related to art (Barcarolle, Guidelines, European, and Art Party) on analysis of artistic and communicative graphic design.

    As artist exhibits in the gallery Estampa Madrid in three strokes (Santander) and Rafael Ortiz (Sevilla), also shows his work at international fairs such as ARCO Madrid, Lisbon Art and Art BA Buenos Aires.

    As manager has done artistic work of students curating exhibitions and design samples for the embassies of Italy and France, for the French Institute for Caja de Avila. As curator of the works of artists from the Faculty of Fine Arts has managed exhibitions in Caja Avila, Slaughterhouse-Intermediae. He is responsible for the exhibitions of the Complutense Student House since 2008, student space managed by the Department for Culture UCM.