Armando Brito is first and foremost a painter, an artist who takes care of and seeks to beautify the world. He is an honorable person who knows nothing else than to express his unique sensibility in everything he does, translating his experiences into images and sculptures that evoke laughter and the enjoyment of life.

He was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos in 1956. However, his family is originally from Guerrero, and it is from there that he has all the color of the mountain range inserted in his eyes.  

He began his artistic career as a story letterer and illustrator for publishers and, little by little, through friendship and courses with artists such as Roger von Gunten, Gilberto Aceves Navarro, and Norman Thomas, he developed his own language, which has earned him the acknowledgment of the public and critics in Mexico and internationally, mainly in the North American states of California and Delaware, where he has been an artist in residence for several periods of time.

In Mexico, his work has been exhibited in numerous solo exhibitions throughout the country and in museums such as the Museo Franz Mayer (Franz Mayer Museum), Museo José Luis Cuevas (José Luis Cuevas Museum), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Juan Soriano (Museum of Contemporary Art Juan Soriano) and the Museo Estación Indianilla (Indianilla Station Museum), in which he also participated in the creation of the largest engraving in the world.

In addition to Mexico and the USA, his work has been exhibited in Switzerland and is in private collections in that country, the Netherlands and Canada, where it is always valued as an ambassador of the warmth and affection that Mexico awakens in the world and is represented by the joviality and colorfulness that makes it so special.

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