Born:1937, January 11, Florence, Ital. He arrived in Mexico in 1939.

Education: Boston and in 1957 he entered the architecture career at the Universidad Iberoamericana, which did not finish and began the plastic arts at the same university.

Experience: In 1961 he joined the group called "Los Hartos" led by Mathias Goeritz. Precisely at this time (1962), Pedro Friedeberg makes one of his first Fantastic Furniture; it's La Silla Mano.

Awards: He has received several scholarships and awards as in the Bienal de Córdoba, Argentina; in the Engraving Triennial of Buenos Aires, Argentina; at the Biennial of San Juan, Puerto Rico; as well as at the XI Tokyo Graphic Biennial, Japan.

Shows: Among the exhibitions he has done, we must highlight "Los Hartos" Antonio Souza Gallery (Mexico, DF), "Pedro Friedeberg" Galerie Carroll (Munich, Germany), "Confrontation 66" Palace of Fine Arts (Mexico, DF), "Fantastic Furniture ", Museum of Contemporary Crafts (New York, USA)," Pedro Friedeberg "Ex-Convento del Carmen (Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico)," Pedro Friedeberg "Museum of Modern Art (Mexico, DF)," One hundred Mexican painters " Museum of Contemporary Art MARCO (Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico), "Self-portraits" Museum of Modern Art (Mexico, DF), "Pedro Friedeberg" Palace of Fine Arts (Mexico, DF) and "Requiem for a fly" Museum of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Mexico City).

Collections: Various museums and collections preserve works by Friedeberg: Musee du Louvre Paris, Museum of Modern Art New York (MOMA), Museo Omar Rayo Colombia, Museo José Luis Cuevas Mexico, Museum of Modern Art of Mexico, Tel Aviv and Paris, Museo Cavalino Italia , as well as the House of the Americas Havana.