windows of baja california sur





Oliver Martínez presents for the first time the series "Ventanas " made during his residencia in Todos Santos (2022-2023). Inspired by the sounds and textures of the landscape of Baja California Sur.


The series weeks yo allow the viewer to look throug these windows as if It were a journey into the artist's interior. 


The exhibition contain more than fifty pieces including paintings, bronzes, artist diaries,  installation and a documentary film about all the process of this project.


In adition, Oliver made a urban sculpture on the beach of the Malecon near the Kiosk in the morning of the opening as a way yo bring his creative process closer to the public and  celebrate thirteen years of artistic career. 


Permanence December 15/2023 - April 15th/2024.

Free admission.





In the art studio, the visitor will be able to get to know the current work that I am developing about Mérida with weaving techniques. You will also be able to see some artist's diaries, sketches, preliminary projects, models, documentaries and work made during the first years of experimentation. It will be the 


 first time that visitors will be able to explore more than 25 years of artistic evolution directly from the artist in the same space. 


 Tours are free and last 30 minutes per group in a bilingual language. Visits are carried out in groups of maximum 6 people by appointment by text message. 


 At the 1 Open Studio on February 18, as part of the welcome cocktail, a special gift will be given to the first visitors as a courtesy from the artist.


Open Studio

Free admission

February 18th 5-10pm

Downtown, Merida

Location Google maps Oliver Martinez Art Studio

Street 49 #521 A  x 66 & 68


Next visits by appointment

Season 1 . February 20 - April 5






My work questions the existence of the individual since the nature and the masses. I create a reflection between the social and urban context that directly transform the human conditions as part of the adaptation process.

In sculpture I construct visually clean geometries that intertwine in subtle ways, while in painting I develop sequences of thick fillings to generate saturated atmospheres.

In both languages ​​my work is an abstraction of the individual and the urban landscape from the depersonalization within and outside of their context.