Antonio Tercero Mora's work is inserted into urban painting. He presents us with disturbing atmospheres of gloom and silence. His compositions are located in the
periphery, in that limit line of the real and the dreamlike. His towers that hold fences advertising contrast with heavy skies, often isolated buildings, rise imposingly in the midst of desolation. On the other hand trees and palm trees flee fleetingly across the horizon of the fabric, totally blackened industries making us see the crushing passage of time and the human life.


Antonio Tercero was born in San José del cabo B.C.S. In 1986, he study the degree of Artes Plásticas de S.L.P. From 2006 to 2010. He has trained as a plastic artist at the Potosi Institute of Fine Arts, as well as in different institutions, taking courses related to visual and plastic arts, such as the Lithography Workshop in La Ceiba grafica (Jalapa, Veracruz) AND the Workshop "drawing as a process" taught by Karla Rippey at the Center for the Arts (SLP) both in 2008, also the "Alternative Graphic" Course taught by Carla Rippey in 2009. For 6 years he has been teaching at different institutions related to the visual arts in san Luis potosí, such as the Potosino Institute of Fine Arts, the UASLP University Center for the Arts and the UASLP Degree in Contemporary Art. In 2016 he made an artistic production residence at the Veracruz-ANA Foundation, in Antigua, Veracruz. 

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