The minimal and quiet quality of these images belies the energy to build, to create, to divide. The architectural aspects appear solid, permanent, but they are fleeting, constantly being acted upon. In the moment there are spaces, quiet and defined, but the photograph is the only permanent marker of a continuous process. That continuity is reflected in the lack of boundaries around the image, the elements seemingly flow from the paper into their surroundings.
Artist Bio / CV
Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Currently living in Hastings oh Hudson, New York.
• Maryland Institute College of Art. Baltimore.
MFA in Photo-Digital Media 2005.
• Corcoran College of Art and Design. Washington, DC, 1997-99
Certificate in Digital Art, Drawing and Painting.
• Maryland Institute College of Art. Baltimore, 2005-06
Visiting Assistant Professor, Printmaking.
• Georgetown University. Washington DC, 2004-05
Adjunct Professor of Digital Art.
• Corcoran College of Art and Design. Washington DC,
1999-2005. Adjunct Professor of Digital Art, Digital Art for
• Rutgers Archives for Printmaking, Rutgers University. New
Brunswick, New Jersey.
• Georgetown University, Lauinger Memorial Library.
Rare Books and Prints Collection. Washington DC.
• Library of Congress, Washington DC.
• Washington DC Commission for the Arts.
• El Paso Art Museum.
• University of Texas library, San Antonio. Dr. Romo collection.
• Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin TX.
Recent Solo Exhibitions
• Obstrucciones, Amos Eno Gallery. Brooklyn, NY
• Obstrucciones, Gallery 101, Georgetown University.
• Construcciones, Pyramid Atlantic Gallery. Silver Spring, MD.
Recent Group Exhibitions
• The Bronx Latin American Art Biennial, History and Memory curated by L. Stephenberg, A. Mendoza and M. Lescano. Gordon Parks Gallery. Bronx, NY.
• ART & SOCIAL CHANGE/LAND, CULTURE & MEMORY. Curated by George Rivera International Center of Bethlehem (catalog). Bethlehem, Palestine.
• CONTINUUM: Innovative Prints from 1992-2007
Selections from the Pyramid Atlantic Archives and Recent Works. Curated by Katherine Blood
• “Centers and Borders: Artwork from the United States” at Ningxia University. Yinchuan, China
• New Legacies and Living Icons, Curated by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond. James Backas Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
• Directions: DC Contemporary Latino Art. Curated by Laura Roulet and Irene Clouthier. Frida Kahlo Gallery, Cultural Institute of Mexico (catalog). Washington, D.C.