Miami Biennale
Ramón Alejandro

Art Works
Ramón Alejandro Four illustrations of Severo Sarduy. Corona de las frutas.
Les Cahiers des Brisants, Paris, France, 1990
Untitled lithos identifiable as Papaya, Mamey, Anón and Guanábana;
15 x 11 7/8 inches each
From Beyond the Erotic: Flows

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Ramón Alejandro (born 1943) Havana, Cuba. José Ramón Díaz Alejandro known artistically as Ramón Alejandro is a Cuban painter now living in exile in Paris, France.

Individual Exhibitions
He began his artistic life in 1969 with the exhibition "Alejandro. Galerie Maya, Brussels, Belgium. In 1971 the exhibit Alejandro was seen at the Galerie Jacques Desbrière, Paris. Later in 1987 the same show was presented at the Galerie Du Dragon, Paris.

Collective Exhibitions
He has been involved in several collective projects. In 1965 his work was shown as part of the Exposición de La Habana at the Galería Latinoamericana, Casa de las Américas, La Habana, Cuba. In 1967 Mostra Grafica Latinoamericana was seen at the Istituto Italo Latinoamericano, Rome, Italy. In 1984 he participated in the Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC) at the Grand Palais in Paris. Most recently, in 2001, he was selected for the exhibition New Art Of Cuba, seen at the José Alonso Fine Arts Gallery in Miami, Florida.

From 1969 to 1971 he obtained the Cintas Foundation Fellowship, New York.

His work is part of the permanent collections of:

  • Bibliothèque Municipale d’Angers, Angers,
    France, Cabinet des Estampes
  • Bibliothèque Nationale de France, París, France
  • San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California