• I gratefully acknowledge support from Sustainable Arts Foundation
    in San Francisco, USA. I appreciate their valuable help in this crucial time of my career.

  • Los Herederos, solo exhibition
    Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN), March–April 2016
    Curated by Ramón Caballero
    Tegucigalpa, Honduras

  • Z'otz* at TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Path relay
    Bike tour Saturday July 11, 2015, 1-3pm

    The Pan Am Path is an active living legacy project that will connect 84 kilometres of multi-use trails through Toronto’s diverse communities.

    The artworks selected for this project playfully explore themes of diversity and emphasize the potency of a simple shift of perspective. Shift will be launched on July 11th with a bike tour from 1-3pm starting at the Taylor Creek Park parking lot. Stops along the route will include a mural by the Z’otz* Collective, painted benches by the STEPS Initiative, an installation by Labspace Studio, and a mural by the Project Gallery Collective.

  • Rumbo 5, Arte Contemporáneo Hondureño, group exhibition
    Galería Nacional de Arte, December 4, 2014
    Caxa Real, Comayagua Honduras

  • Iluminados por la duda, solo exhibition
    Como Era Antes Gallery, December 6, 2014
    Parque Central
    Valle De Angeles, Francisco Morazan, Honduras

  • Nahúm Flores has been awarded an Access and Career
    Development grant for 2014 from the Ontario Arts Council.

  • Inheritors, solo exhibition
    Articsok Gallery, March 15 to April 26, 2014
    1697 St Clair Ave W Toronto, Ontario

  • Nahúm Flores has been awarded a Mid-Career Project Grant
    for 2014 from the Toronto Arts Council.

  • Memorable Paths of the Fly, Z'otz* Collective exhibition
    Union Gallery, October 3 to November 15, 2013
    Kingston, Ontario

  • The Substitutes and the Absence, Z'otz* Collective exhibition
    Dunlop Art Gallery, September 6 to October 27, 2013
    Regina, Saskatchewan

  • IDEARTE International Art Auction Honduras
    Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN), October 17–28, 2013

    Barrio Abajo, Calle El Telégrafo, Avenida Miguel Paz Barahona, Antiguo Palacio de los Ministerios, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
    T: (504)2-238-7412/7395
    IDEARTE catalogue

  • Serie Project Artist in Residence
    February 11–15, 2013

    Nahúm was selected to participate in a one-week residency in Austin, Texas. He collaborated with Master Printers who mentored him throughout the production process of a limited edition silk screen series.

    Serie Project
    6601 Felix Avenue Austin, Texas USA

  • IDEARTE International Art Auction Honduras
    Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN), October 17–28, 2012

    Barrio Abajo, Calle El Telégrafo, Avenida Miguel Paz Barahona, Antiguo Palacio de los Ministerios, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
    T: (504)2-238-7412/7395
    IDEARTE catalogue

  • XNOX International Art Auction Guatemala
    September 20, 2012

    Edificio Empresarial, Zona Pradera, 18 calle, 24-69, zona 10
    Guatemala
    BAMXNOX site

  • Itinerarios, 24th Edition of the Festival of Words and Images
    "Diasporas and Returns"
    September 25 – October 08, 2012

    Glendon College / York University Room 122, York Hall
    2275 Bayview Ave, Toronto

  • Plataforma012, IVBienal Nacional de Honduras
    Espacio para la interpretación de la realidad
    12 de septiembre al 13 octubre, 2012

    El conjunto expositivo incorporará propuestas contemporáneas que surgen de ediciones anteriores de la Bienal de Honduras, así como propuestas nuevas, y estarán en diálogo con las obras presentadas para la cuarta edición de Bienal de Honduras 2012. Los cinco artistas invitados son: Celeste Ponce, Dina Lagos, Adán Vallecillo, Gabriel Galeano y Nahúm Flores.

    Galería Nacional de Arte

  • Nahúm Flores has been awarded an international grant from the esteemed
    Pollock-Krasner Foundation in NYC. The award will facilitate him to create a contemporary project over the next year.

    The Pollock-Krasner Foundation supports artists of merit through the generosity of Lee Krasner, a leading abstract expressionist painter and widow of Jackson Pollock.

    Pollock-Krasner Foundation Inc.

  • Hourglass Continent, Z'otz* Collective exhibition
    MacLaren Art Centre, March 3 – May 26, 2012

    Hourglass Continent reunites artists that formed the Latin Collective at Ontario College of Art + Design. They have remained allied by mutual purpose and awareness while their careers distinctly evolved in disparate locations. Each has developed an intensive, extended drawing practice that involves pronounced elements of Mexican and Central American iconography, mythology and history, combined with personal experiences.

    Montreal-based Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo and Oaxaca, México-based Oscar Camilo de las Flores were born in El Salvador and displaced during its civil war of the 1980s. Toronto-based Z’otz* Collective includes Nahúm Flores (born Honduras), Erik Jerezano (born Mexico) and Ilyana Martínez (born Canada).

    Hourglass Continent connotes an active, flowing Americas cultural diaspora that retains a distinctive granular composition as it pours across boundaries and over time.

    Curated by Ben Portis

  • The Artist Project Toronto
    March 1 – 4, 2012
    Booth 640
    Queen Elizabeth Building
    Exhibition Place

    OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, March 1, 7–10pm
    The Artist Project

  • Z'otz Collective*, solo exhibition
    Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, January 26 – March 18, 2012
    OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, January 26
    Artist in attendance
    Moosejaw, Saskatchewan

  • Wandering Sight, Solo exhibition
    Spence Gallery, November 5 – 27, 2011
    OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, November 05, 6 – 9 pm

    Flores continues explorations of his subconscious through mixed media
    works that excavate memories on both a personal and a historical level.

    600 Markham Street, Toronto
    T: 1. 416 795 2787 E: spencegallery@sympatico.ca
    Wednesday – Friday 5 – 8 pm, Saturday – Sunday 12 – 6 pm

  • IDEARTE, International Art Auction
    Museum of National Identity, October 14, 2011
    Tegucigalpa, Honduras
    IDEARTE

  • Affordable Art Fair NYC
    September 21-25, 2011
    Booth F-3, Spence Gallery
    Affordable Art Fair NYC