Eduardo Terrazas is an architect by training, he has designed cultural centers and museums, plazas and residences, but he also paints, draws and curates. With Beatriz Trueblood, he designed the now iconic graphic identity of the 1968 Olympic Games, held in Mexico City. Terrazas has taught architectural design in the United States at Columbia University, New York, and University of California, Berkeley. His artwork has been exhibited at the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, and Knoll International, Paris, France, among other venues.

This person was part of Sharjah Biennial 11


Terrazas, Eduardo

Tablas series

The works employ a Huichol yarn-painting technique, in which coloured wool is applied to wood panels covered with Campeche wax, to create compositions influenced by abstract painting, architecture and design.