Essentially self-taught He also studied at the School of Plastic Arts of the University of Guadalajara and in some workshops, courses and diplomas, which include: engraving, restoration and Western Art History.
He has been awarded with three Honorary Mentions in State Youth Art (Jalisco's Ministry of Culture), the first place in the José Atanasio Monroy Painting Prize (University of Guadalajara). First Place in the Janssen National Painting Prize in Mexico City; Honorable mention in art, museum of Latin American arts in London, UK.
37 individual exhibitions and more than 70 collective exhibitions in Mexico, USA and Europe.
Guadalajara Theater of the I.M.S.S. (1996), Evasions, in the Expresiones gallery, (1999); Carlos in the wonderland, in the Forum of Art and Culture, (2000); Some narrations of silence, in Lopez Portillo House Museum, (2001) Anatomy of a Mystery, Ex-Convent of Carmen, (2001).
Carlos Larracilla, Private club, AC. San Javier, (2002)
The essential is invisible, Casa Terán, Aguascalientes, (2002).
Blandir lo incorporeo, Gallery Les fleurs du mort, (2003)
Larracilla, Museo Michoacano, (2004)
Sublimations, Leonardo Galleries Puerto Vallathol, (2005)
Galerie Jadite, New York, (2005)
Dream Apocryphal, Casa Vallarta (2005)
Exhalations of light, Gallery Les fleurs du mort (2005)
Leonardo Gallery, Puerto Vallarta. (2006)
Galerie Jadite, New York, (2006)
Conference- Exhibition at the Meritorious Society of Geography and Statistics of Jalisco. (2006)
Two who dreamed, with Rita Vega, at the central station of the light rail. Guadalajara
The dream of the Alchemist, Factor Factor Gallery.
It has more than 70 exhibitions in Mexico and abroad, among them: 13 Jaliscienses Artists, (Guanajuato): 1999. XX and XXI
Hall of Life and Death, (Former Convent of Carmen);
2 Exhibitions at the Casa de la Cultura Jaime Sabines (Mexico, DF.) 1998 and 2000; Alternativas Plásticas Jalisco 2000; 3 exhibitions at the Cabañas Cultural Center, (Guadalajara 2001, 2002, 2003.); National Chamber of Commerce, Panorama of painting in Jalisco 2000-2003, (Instituto Cultural Cabañas), Madrid 2004; Barcelona 2004; Four minus thirty, (former convent of Carmen) 2004, Homage to Javier Campos Cabello (former convent of Carmen) 2004; Jadite Gallery in the City of New York, 2004; Hall of October 2004; London Art., 2004; Through the Anguiano Museum Representative artists of Jalisco on the anniversary of Culiacán, Sinaloa (2005) Gallery Le nouveau monde, Paris France (2005), Galerie Jadite, New York, (2006), May Festival 2006 Tribute to Don Quixote of the Mancha (former convent of Carmen).
Selected from the first Biennial of the Americas, Tijuana. (2006) etc.