Leonardo Morales has a degree in Psychology, with a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and a diploma in Thanatology; in addition to studying 3 years in the plastic arts career of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua with a specialty in sculpture.

Theoretical approaches that deepen what he transmits with his work, being not only a means of communication, but a bridge between direct expressions and the subliminal relationships that we establish with the world.

He was also a participant in The Wood Carving Workshop taught by the sculptor Aron Demetz at the San Pedro Factory, Uruapan, Michoacán, Mexico (2017). As well as a student of The Rome Workshops with David Simons in Rome, Italy (2019).  On the other hand, he collaborated with three pieces  of the sculptural walk  in "Paseo de la Reforma" in Mexico City (2019/2021) where he resides.

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2019

 Limiting Reason in Jorge Marín studio. CDMX, Mexico.

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2022

Arte Vivo, Museo Tamayo  - CDMX, Mexico.

Ouroboros, The Void - CDMX, Mexico. 

Subasta Fudanción  C.E. A.C. -  Chihuahua, Mexico. 

2021

Figurativas 2021, Museu Europeu d'Art Modern, Barcelona, España. 

Altaier  -  CasaDestudio, CDMX. 

The Void - The Void, CDMX 

2020

NECOTIUM. NEUG, CDMX, Mexico.

Author Nights #17 VDM Casa Productora, CDMX

 

2019

Resilience, NEUG, CDMX, Mexico.

2018

 Author Nights #13 Italian Institute of Culture Coyoacán, CDMX, Mexico.

 Art in the Dante Society Dante Alighieri CDMX, Mexico.

Expanded Dimensions  PANORAMA art Chihuahua, Mexico.

Emergent Art  PANORAMA art Chihuahua, Mexico.

 NEUG stock catalog, CDMX, Mexico.

 

2017

Relief of aid Casa Quimera, CDMX, Mexico.

Not a gallery, NEUG, CDMX, Mexico

 

2013

 El Refugio, Tlaquepaque Cultural Center, Jalisco.

 Chihuahua Ceramics Canal Street Gallery Houston, Texas.

 

Leonardo Morales