DOMENGE YVONNE

MEXICO [1946]

Over the last 35 years, Domenge's work has been focused in sculpture. She's had more than 40 individual exhibitions and has also taken part in more than 160 collective shows in several cities across Mexico, and around the world, in museums such as Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey (MARCO) and The Louvre in Paris.

Her sculptures are featured in the collections of several Mexican museums including the Modern Art Museum INBA, the Chopo University Museum, the Universum Museum, and the Light Museum (Museo de la Luz) as well as in the State of Mexico's Modern Art Museum, Tijuana's Cultural Center, Manuel Felguérez Abstract Art Museum in Zacatecas and the History and Art Museum of Guanajuato. Domenge's sculptures are also included in several private and public cultural funds including Mexico's National Palace, National Institute of Nuclear Investigations at the State of Mexico, Energy Temixco Investigation Institute at UNAM, Morelos, Botanical Garden at Culiacan, Sinaloa, The Olympic Park's Sculptor Space of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mandarin Royal Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo and Liverpool of Cuernavaca, Morelos.

Domenge designed the Children's Museum gardens in Xalapa, Veracruz. Her sculptures are also featured in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building in Mexico City, the Chase Manhattan Bank, Hewlett-Packard, Televisa and the National Auditorium in Mexico City.

Her pieces can also be found in many top teaching institutions: Monterrey Technological Superior Studies Institute at State of Mexico Campus Xochimilco's UAM University, Science and Technology National Library in the National Polytechnic Institute of Superior Studies Faculty Zaragoza UNAM in Mexico City.

Domenge's work can be found all over the globe in such diverse places as the World Bank, Washington DC, The General Toyamura Center Abutagun in Hokkaido Island, Japan: PG & Energy Services Company and Novell, Inc., both in San Francisco, California ChevronTexaco in San Ramon, California; As well as in The House of Mexico in the Cité Universitaire, Paris.