Collection: Sergio Bustamante

Sergio Bustamante was born in Sinaloa, Mexico in 1949 and exhibited his work for the first time in Mexico City in 1966. His Mexican folk art sculptures, which are renowned for their surreal, whimsical qualities, often feature animals, celestial beings, human faces, and mythological references. Although papier maché was his primary medium in his early work, he later expanded his artistic practice to include bronze, wood, and clay.