Loíza, Puerto Rico
Daniel Lind-Ramos is a painter and assemblage sculptor who was born in Loíza, Puerto Rico. He received a BA from the University of Puerto Rico, an MA from New York University, and also studied in Antonio Segui's Studio in the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France (1989). He is a Senior Professor at the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Campus. His work has been shown at the exhibition Puerto Rico Plural: Art Museum of Puerto Rico (2019), the Whitney Museum Biennial (2019) in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico, 3rd World Festival of the Black Arts (Dakar, Senegal), Kenkeleba Gallery (New York), Puerto Rican Museum of Art, Latin-American Museum of Art (Long Beach, California), Museo del Barrio (New York), Valparaíso Biennial (Chile), Santo Domingo Biennial (Dominican Republic), Grand Palais (Paris, France), and Pantheon Museum of Art, Haití, among others.
Painters & Sculptors Grant, 2019
Joan Mitchell Center Residency, 2018
To pay tribute to traditional Afro-descendant communities through the presentation of the materials and practices that represent them is to evaluate their contribution to history and, at the same time, suggest a fundamental part of the strategies of an expressive program that tries to create, from the particular and specific, an aesthetic which, like an inclusive and totalizing mass, reflects from the polysomic of its meanings humanity as a whole.”