Victor Mora was born in Mexico City on December 30, 1971.

Member of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores 2012-2015 edition.

Academic Background:

PhD in Image, Art, Culture and Society from the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos.
Master in Visual Arts from the Academy of San Carlos ENAP/UNAM.

He has presented more than 20 solo and group exhibitions in Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Japan, Egypt and Romania and since 1993 has participated in salons and biennials in America, Europe and the Orient. In 2019 he is invited to participate in the NY Latin American Art Triennial at Lehman College Art Gallery.

Interview by Subastas en Mexico, 2022

In 2017 he was invited to participate in the exhibition Arte sin fronteras por la paz at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Neiva in Huila Colombia and in 2016 he was selected for the Bronx Latin American Biennial in New York.


He has received several awards, grants and distinctions such as the EXATEC First Prize in Monterrey NL and the Bicentennial Alameda Sculpture Garden Award in Guadalajara, Jalisco. He received an honorable mention in the V Alfredo Zalce Biennial and was selected for the XII Rufino Tamayo Biennial and the Cairo Triennial in Egypt. He has received scholarships from the Jalisco State Government, the Federal District and UNAM.


His work can be found in important collections such as the Museo de Arte Moderno de Cartagena in Colombia, in Mexico in the Antiguo Museo del Arzobispado de la SHCP and the Museo Nacional de la Estampa, in the UDLAP art collection, in the collection of the Instituto Veracruzano de la Cultura and the Museo de la Estampa de Toluca, in the Colección pueblo de Jalisco in the Museo Instituto Cultural Cabañas in Guadalajara, among others. Publications His work is published in several catalogs, books and magazines. He has written articles on graphic art and art in general, which have been published in books and specialized magazines, such as Magotzin of the Autonomous University of Hidalgo State.

In 2017, based on the educational experience of the curatorial workshop, he coordinated the publication of El arte de aquí visto desde allá, a compilation of ARPA/BUAP student texts, and in 2018 he published the title ELECTROGRAFÍA: proceso y evolución en la Ciudad de México 1990-2010, the result of his doctoral thesis.


His work as a teacher for over 20 years in various public and private institutions is evidence of his activity in the promotion and dissemination of artistic practice. Professor at the INBA School of Design and the Faculty of Arts of the Universidad Autónoma del Estado Morelos.