About

My Journey

Nadine was trained at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Her first major individual exhibition was held in Mexico in 1963 at the Salon de la Plastica Mexicana introduced by Juan Garcia Ponce, and the prominent Misrachi Gallery in New York began exhibiting her work in 1965. She also exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City in 1974-1975. In 1964 she was commissioned to paint the mural “Luz del Norte” in the room “Cultures of the North” of the National Museum of Anthropology. She is considered one of the protagonists of the movement of the Rupture. Her work hangs in Museums in Latin America, the United States and in France.

Nadine began her Artistic career in Mexico City.in 1960 after graduating with Honors from L’atelier Hulot,”Ecole Préparatoire de la Academies des Beaux Arts de Paris” In 1959.
1963
Worked for Publicidades Pani. Director of the Art Department.
Awarded the First prize at the Biennale of Acapulco.
Group show, “Jovenes Valores “curated by Maria Luisa Chirao. At the Gallery  La Pergolla.

1964
Nadine Prado is honed with her first major solo show, at the “Salon de la Plástica Mexicana,”Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno. Introduction by Juan Garcia Ponce.
Commissioned for a large Murals for  the New Museum of Anthropology, and History “at the Bosque de Chapultepec in Mexico City. One for the entrance of “La Cultura Del Norte”.
The second for el  “Teatro Maya”

1966
shows with Francisco Toledo at the Galleria de Antonio Souza.

1967
Solo show at the Gallery de Misrachi. “Polimorfia” presented by Salvador Elizondo.
Selected, and show at the “Montreal Expo1967”,Montreal, Canada.
Selected, and elected to represent Mexico at 1967 “Biennale dé Jeunes  ” in Paris.

1968
Solo show at the “Gallérie Zunini,” In Paris. Présentée by J.C.Lambert.
“Exposición Solar” , Museo de Bellas Artes.
Group show, with Tamayo, and Francisco Toledo.at the “Misrachi Gallery in Mexico City.
Solo show, Galería Jack Misrachi.


1969
Solo show, Galerie Zunini, in Paris.
Jack Misrachi Gallery.
Gallery Alliance” in Copenhagen.
The American Artist Association.
A.A.A. (Prints) New York, City.

1970
First Solo Show in New York City, at the “Lerner Heller Gallery” ” Structures on Canvas”, introduction by Homer Aridjis.
Invited Artist, at U.M Graphics in Copenhagen ( Lithographs)
Selected for the U.S Pavilion,Asaka,Japan ( lithographs)
Gimpels  & Weitzenhoffer Gallery, in New York ( prints)
Jack Misrachi Gallery. New York.
            
1975
 Major Show ” Jóvenes Valores” at the new “Museo De Arte Moderno, Bosque De Chapultepec. Instituto National de Bellas Artes. Mexico, D.F.Directed by Fernando Gamboa. Catalog introduction, by Homero Aridjis.
Joins the group Rupture formed by her contemporaries


2016
Was awarded ” Honorable Mention” at the 78th Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition.


2018
Has participated regularly in various group shows in East Hampton, New York.