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Miguel Triviño


Miguel Triviño

  • Born in 1977
  • Painter
  • Style: Still Life / Figurative Expressionism
  • Born in Venezuela
  • Based in Venezuela
  • Works on commissions

Surrounded by the privileged landscape of the Choroní coast and its town, and the Henri Pittier Park in Aragua, Venezuela, Miguel Triviño (Venezuela, 1977) lives his passion for fishing, the sea and vegetation, together with the artistic creation. Since 1999 he began his artistic career showing his work in collective exhibitions, while studying at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas Cristóbal Rojas in Caracas, and attending the workshops of the artists Eugenio Espinoza, Ernesto León and the group Círculo de Dibujo.

At that time his interest in still lifes was already present, taking as a reference the genre work of Giorgio Morandi, Paul Cézanne and Picasso. The still life that Triviño develops is faithfully anchored to his native land, to the family tradition of coffee in the morning and at sunset, its aroma and often being an excuse to promote meetings. That coffee in Triviño’s work is associated with the object, the Italian coffee pot, strained coffee and the cup, which turn their gaze to the ritual of everyday life.

In Venezuela, the most important antecedent of the work with the coffee machines was carried out by Alejandro Otero, deconstructing the forms until he achieved a completely abstract work. In his case, the formal visual value prevailed. In the case of Triviño, —both in painting and in three-dimensional work—, the emotional charge and the expressionist deconstruction of forms, atmospheres and colors gain strength, in addition to visually translating the affective and warm associations of the spaces.

In 1999 he had his first individual exhibition, which will continue in subsequent years. However, it will be in the one organized by the Museo Alejandro Otero in Caracas in 2015, where an important production of the coffee pot series will be shown.

He is represented at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and public and private institutions.

Anny Bello




“Espacio, forma y color”. Galería Trazos, Centro Lido, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Cafeteras. Sensaciones poéticas de un elemento cotidiano”. Museo Alejandro Otero, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Vestigios. Conexiones sensitivas”. Galería Altamira Suites, Caracas, Venezuela.

“Binomio-Café, Triviño/Marín”. Galería de Arte Florida, Caracas, Venezuela.


Festival del Hatillo. Casa de la Cultura de El Hatillo, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Homenaje a María Teresa Castillo”. Sección especial del Círculo de Dibujo, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas Sofía Ímber, Venezuela. 

“Homenaje a Daisaku Ikeda”, Sección especial del Círculo de Dibujo, Museo de Arte Moderno de Tokio, Japón.


“Sequía y fecundidad”. Galería ART-3, Caracas, Venezuela.


Feria Internacional de Arte y Antigüedades de Maracaibo, Centro de Arte de Maracaibo Lía Bermúdez, Maracaibo, Venezuela.


“Transmutantes II”. Espacio de Arte Yumares, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Ritos y colores”. Galería de Arte EXPO, Altamira Suites, Caracas, Venezuela. 


Centro de Arte Tamarindo, Valle Arriba, Caracas, Venezuela.


→ Exposición y subasta a beneficio de Funda Prevención, Chacao, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Contactos del arte de CAVENAL”. Cámara de Comercio e Industria Venezolano Alemana (Cavenal), Caracas, Venezuela.

“El arte de dar TZEDAKA”. A beneficio de YAJAD la red de Asistencia Social de la Comunidad Judía de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Objetual”. Centro de Artes Integradas. Sala William Werner,  Caracas, Venezuela.


“Un constante resplandor en el cielo”. Imago Luciano Benetton Collection, Galería de Arte Florida, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Caracas quiere café”. Hotel Eurobulding, Caracas, Venezuela.


“Encuentros inusuales”. Galería La Guapa 50&68 Art Desing, Caracas, Venezuela.

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