Natural Values
Ricardo Vazquez Ortega (Mexico, 1984) graduated from the National School of Plastic Arts (ENAP) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). My personal project Natural Values aims to study cosmology revolving around nature was the prime of life, reason and universal knowledge.

Young creators Beneficiary Program 2011 - 2012 by FONCA (National Fund for Culture and the Arts) of CONACULTA (National Council for Culture and the Arts)


www.naturalvalues.mx

Colective exhibitions
No sombrero, Anonymous Gallery 2012 (Mexico)
No sombrero, Galeria the Poetry Club Artspace 2011 (NY, United States)
Pocológico, Pocológico Studio 2011 (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
Picnic Art Project, Don Apolonio Gallery 2010 (Cholula, Mexico)
Hartas plastas vs Carton de leche, Pladi Gallery 2010 (Mexico)
Grafica y genero 2007, Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico 2008 (Mexico)
Festival Internacional de Cine Contemporaneo, Franz Mayer Museum 2008 (Mexico)


Solo exhibition
Natural Values, Alvaro Obregon 120 Roma Norte 2010 (México)

Clients
Canal 22 (Mexico)
UrbanOutfitters (United States)
Revista Picnic (Mexico)
Colectivo Futuro (England / Spain / United States)
Reebok (Mexico)
IEDF (Mexico)

Contact
thenaturalvalues@gmail.com
@naturalvalues
Natural Values
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Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzeski #urbandecay via @PeterNitsch 
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Symétrie de pouvoir by Marie Rime, 2013
Symétrie de pouvoir by Marie Rime, 2013
Symétrie de pouvoir by Marie Rime, 2013
Symétrie de pouvoir by Marie Rime, 2013
Symétrie de pouvoir by Marie Rime, 2013
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#graffiti on #nature
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Art direction by MINNA PARIKKA SS14, photography by Jonas Lundqvist and bodypaint by Saara Sarvas & Riina Laine  
Art direction by MINNA PARIKKA SS14, photography by Jonas Lundqvist and bodypaint by Saara Sarvas & Riina Laine  
Art direction by MINNA PARIKKA SS14, photography by Jonas Lundqvist and bodypaint by Saara Sarvas & Riina Laine  
Art direction by MINNA PARIKKA SS14, photography by Jonas Lundqvist and bodypaint by Saara Sarvas & Riina Laine  
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Dye-She’s bad by Dent de Cuir [video] http://tinyurl.com/knf6fcn
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colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
colectivofuturo:

This year, we’ve been asked to curate a pop up exhibition for our friends at Spin London, the city’s premiere event for urban cycling. Housed inside the iconic Old Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane, the exhibition will feature works from both International and London based artists, most of which have been previously featured in our colectivo futurist series of posts. Each artist has been commissioned to interpret cycling through the use of collage as a technique. Just like the act of cycling, a collage piece is made up of carefully assembled parts that harmoniously fit together to achieve their purpose.
More infos about Spin London.
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Tropical by Akatre
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avalens:

Landmannalaugar, Iceland.
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Don’t Hug me I’m Scared II by Becky Sloan and Joseph Pelling
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The fear inside by Jimp
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by Anna Beeke
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#pigeon