Guillermo Guiraga

Visual Artist


2010 Universidad Automoma de Ciudad Juarez MFA in Visual Arts




Guillermo Guiraga is a visual artist residing and working in Ciudad Juarez. In 2010 he was awarded the ICHICULT young artist scholarship by the F.Science project. Some of the themes in his work include: evil, speed, precision, violence, beauty, discipline, horror, frailty, mercy, justice, and gender.
He is part of the Collective Power Animals and Collective Aquelarres: Witchhunters.
His work has been featured in exhibitions such as FICH, “Art Takes Times Square” in NYC, Border color Puebla, Common Spaces, Collective ADP in Zona MACO, MX DF, and Chronography of modern livestock in the State of Chihuahua.
His work has also been shown in The National Institute of Fine Arts, The Paso del Norte Cultural Center, The Skeleton Gallery, AC IMAN Art, ARTEMX, La Quinta Gameros, Casona Spence, Galeria Christinger de Mayo, and El Centro Cultural Spain and Banamex Convention Center.