ABOUT Pierre Fudarylí


Mexican artist born in Quintana Roo, he was trained as an architect in Chihuahua. Parallel to his studies, he began to experiment with digital photo-manipulation and later with photography.

Some of his photos have been reproduced in print and digital magazines such as PAC magazine in Spain, Inside Artzine in Germany, Vision Magazine in China, Dark Beauty Magazine in the United States, Normal Magazine in France, and Juxtapoz in the United States, to name a few.

Founding partner of noesunagaleria, a self-managed cultural project for national and international exhibitions

He has formed part of diverse collective projects, such as MAF Micro Art Fair by #noesunagaleria and Art House Holland in The Netherlands, MACO foto 2016 and 2017 with Terreno Baldío Arte, LOOT by Momentum Fine Art Miami, La Mostra at Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros, #noesunagaleria at Troquel, Motor de Impulso at Terreno Baldío Arte, ZOO exhibition in the workshop of René Almanza, Endangered Visions, an international exhibition in MANILART 2014, in Manila, Philippines, La Cave #3, Atelier Cross Art in Berlin, Germany, Sexto Continente, Palacio de la Merced, Córdoba, Spain, Fourth FIARTE International Art Fair in Granada, Spain, among others.

He has presented solo exhibitions at the Film Festival of the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla BUAP; as well as Nosce Te Ipsum and Chromaphilia both at the Centro Cultural Universitario Quinta Gameros, in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico.

Fudarylí has also been awarded international prizes, such as silver medal at PX3 Prix de la Photographie in Paris, France, as well as the David Alfaro Siqueiros grant for artistic creation in 2011 in the category of young creators awarded by the Instituto de Cultura de Chihuahua.


His work revolves around human nature, its passions, strength, excess, spirit and death. Exploring various formal and oneiric possibilities incorporating an automatic vision, where improbability and randomness dissolve its borders, thus generating an hyperssurealism.

The daily geometry of our death, from birth until we cease to die. compose what he calls “altered reality of human energy” which graphically describe the behaviors in different states, different vectors fired in all directions in a fractal way, both introspection and projection.

His art does not represent things in a two-dimensional way, but hepta-dimensional way, it analyzes all the spatial axes (north, south, east, west, up, down and the point where you are) and freezes a moment of our human supra-reality.



entrevista con el comité fotográfico mexicano