Portfolio: Parts Of A Machine, ink on paper, 12.875” x 9.875”

José Ramón Alejandro (b. 1943, Havana): After living in Buenos Aires and Montevideo in the early 1960s, Alejandro moved to Paris in 1963 and spent the next 30 years in France, working as an artist, book illustrator and designer. He had his first exhibition at the Galerie Lambert and went on to participate in shows throughout Europe, Israel and the United States. His work was included in the Outside Cuba exhibition, and is in the permanent collection of the Miami-Dade Public Library. Alejandro moved to Miami in 1995. Over the years, Alejandro’s early geometric paintings have evolved into lush tropical landscapes; noted Cuban writer Antonio José Ponte called him “an artist of the terrible, of mystery.'' (Cintas for art, 1969-70, 1971-72)

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