Denise de la Rue

Born in Mexico City, Denise De La Rue studied Art History in their country of origin and in Italy. Multidisciplinary artist, her practice includes, sculpture, photography, video and interventions in historical places, as well as her latest citywide intervention of over a hundred billboards bearing peace statements by writers, philosophers and activists in Mexico City. In addition she has been recognized for intervene paintings by great masters, always seeking to explore the human duality and consciousness.

She has worked with Spanish Ministry of Arts and Culture and museums such as El Prado Museum, the Picasso Museum, the National Gallery London, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the National Museum of Art in Mexico among others. Her work is part of collections like the Jumex Museum, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Jorge Pérez Collection, Pérez Simón Collection and the Coppel Collection, as well as many others important private collections.

Her production made at Factum Arte was exhibited in:

  • Palacio Liria, Madrid, 2024
  • San Antonio de la Florida, Madrid, 2017

'A New World'




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