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Mexican painter Savior Valdés Galindo studied with professor Shepherd Velásquez. At the same time, he enrolled in the National Conservatory of Music and played first violin for the symphony orchestra of Mexico under the direction of director Carlos Chávez; he was an actor, theatrical designer of the Operates National, restaurateur of the National Center of Conservation and Restoration of artistic works under the direction of Guillermo Sánchez Lemus.
Musical Studies: National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City.
Art Studies: School of San Carlos, Mexico City, under Professor Pastor Velázquez.
Occupations: First Violin in the National Symphonic Orchestra under Carlos Chávez.
Restorer of painting at the National Center for the Conservation and Restoration of Artistic Masterpieces under Guillermo Sánchez Lemus of the National Institute of Bellas Artes.
Schenographist for the National Opera House, Musical Reviews and Moving Picture Industry.
1971, National Palace of Fine Arts Title: Valdés Galindo and the obsession of the Infinite.
1971, The Village Group Gallery. San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.
1972, III Biennial of Art Coltejer. Medellín, Colombia.
1972, Museum of Modern Art of the National Conservatory of Music. México, D.F.
1977, Iberoamerican University (Private Collections). Title: Original Samples of Surrealism.
1977, Silvia Ozerkousky Gallery. México, D.F.
1978 –1982, Misrachi Gallery. México, D.F.
1982, The Cabañas Institute. Guadalajara, Jalisco México.
1986, Puerto Vallarta Gallery. Title: Acuarelas Surrealistas. Puerto Vallarta, México.
1988, Poliforum Cultural Siqueiros.Title: The Magic World of Valdés Galindo. México, D.F.
Information provided by Ariadna Ahyde Zamudio Valdes
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