Renato Garza Cervera’s work develops in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, graphic art, sculpture, objects and installations, as well as interventions, action and video pieces which have been reviewed, exhibited and collected in solo and group exhibitions, art specialized & oriented publications and art collections throughout Mexico, USA and various European countries. Garza Cervera has taught at the Faculty of Arts & Design at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, as well as independently at Garza Cervera Taller, Mexico City. Currently he teaches at La Esmeralda National Art Academy, National Center for the Arts, Mexico City.
Through processes like transgression, confrontation and hybridization Renato Garza Cervera’s work questions and generates a series of reflections upon contemporary culture and related themes of political, social and aesthetic nature. By reviewing established ideas which become inoperative, unsustainable or decadent the critical practices which Garza Cervera proposes and engages with participate in a wider geo-political series of ethic & cultural heritage deconstruction, reconfiguration and re-designing mechanisms.