Beatriz Simon

Beatriz Simon CV

BSimon is a visual artist with more than 25 years of experience. She lives and works in Mexico City. Her work has been exhibited in various countries, such as the United States, Spain, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Colombia, El Salvador and in various cities in Mexico.

b. 1962, CDMX

Loveme Lovemenot, at the General Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles, CA

Almost nothing (poems), at the Manuel Felguérez Museum of Abstract Art, Zacatecas

Curae, in the Pedro Coronel Museum, Zacatecas

Tacitus, who made an itinerary at the José Luis Cuevas Museum, CDMX

Museum of Contemporary Art Number 8, Aguascalientes

the Ateneo de Yucatán Museum of Contemporary Art, Mérida

City of Latent Loves, at the Museum of Mexico City

Spaces for Spiritual Transit, at Casa Lamm, CDMX

Imperfection Poems, at the El Carmen Museum, CDMX

Beatriz Simón Recent Paintings, at the General Consulate of Mexico in Miami



Distinction of Artistic Creator with the Scholarship of the National System of Creators SNCA / FONCA, 2022-2025

The scholarship of the National System of Art Creators SNCA 2022 of FONCA
First place in the III Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art of the Metropolitan Museum of Monterrey, 2013

Honorable mention in the III Pedro Coronel Biennial of the Pedro Coronel Museum in Zacatecas, 2012
Selected in the IV Alfredo Zalce Biennial of the Alfredo Zalce Museum of Contemporary Art in Morelia, 2003

First Place, two consecutive times, in the El Carmen Museum of CDMX (1997 and 1998)

The Foreign Ministry Museum, the Manuel Felguérez Museum of Abstract Art
The José Luis Cuevas Museum
The Number 8 Museum of Contemporary Art and the El Carmen Museum, among others

Live Art Auction (HIV AIDS) at the CDMX Museum of Modern Art
WILD 9 (International Foundation for the Protection of Wilderness Areas of the Planet) CONFE Breath Masks (Attention to disability)
Pintadita to your health (In favor of low-income women with breast cancer) Iluminemos de Azul (for autism)
Amigo Tarahumara and AAMI

300 Mexican Artists XIX, XX, XXI centuries, 2012; 200 Mexican Artists, XIX, XX and XXI centuries, 2010; Issue 97, of the Resumen magazine, 2009, of the Promoter of Mexican Art; among other.