Salvador Jiménez-Flores is an interdisciplinary artist born and raised in Jalisco, México. Since coming to the United States, Jiménez-Flores has contributed to the art scene by producing a mixture of socially conscious installation, public, and studio-based art. He has presented his work at the National Museum of Mexican Art, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and Casa de la Cultura in Jalisco, México amongst others. Jiménez-Flores just finished a two year-long artist residency at the Harvard Ceramics Program, Office of the Arts at Harvard University. He also served as the Artist-In-Residence for the City of Boston 2016-17. Most recently Jiménez-Flores received a grant from New England Foundation for the Arts with his community based project “Tortilla Social” and has been nominated for the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant award for his sculpture work.
Artist-In-Residence, City of Boston
Artist-In-Residence, Harvard Ceramics Program
Visiting Lecturer, Drawing, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Visiting Lecturer, Ceramics, Wheelock College
Resident Teaching Artist, Urbano Project
SALVADOR’S LATEST COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT, TORTILLA SOCIAL