Calle Recinto 399
Mexico CP 28018.
Miguel González Virgen has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University. He is an important architect, art critic and historian in Mexico, where he has written extensively on the influential generation of artists from the nineties. In May 2017, Miguel successfully defended his doctoral dissertation for the PhD in History of Art from KU Leuven. His research project, carried out at the LGC, is titled “Artistic Research: Definitions and the quest for paradigms.” Since 2018, in addition to practicing architecture, Miguel is also teaching and doing research at the University of Colima, in Mexico.