José Ramón Díaz Alejandro, painting and writing under the name of Ramon Alejandro, (born February 1943, Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban painter and writer who has lived in exile in Argentina, Uruguay and Paris, France. He now lives in Miami, Florida.
He began his artistic life in 1969 with the exhibition Alejandro at the Galerie Maya, Brussels, Belgium. In 1971 the exhibit Alejandro was seen at the Galerie Jacques Desbrière in Paris. Later in 1987 the same show was presented at the Galerie Du Dragon, Paris.
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. In 2001, he was selected for the exhibition New Art of Cuba, seen at the José Alonso Fine Arts Gallery in Miami, Florida.
His work appears in important institution like Bibliothèque National de France; Museum d’ art Moderne de la ville de Paris; Bibliothèque Municioale d’ Angers; San Diego Museum of Arts; Museum of Organization of American States; Blaisten Collection in Mexico; Tania Assaf Galindo Collection in London; Stephanie Guy in Paris; CINTAS Foundation in Miami; among others.
There are no exhibitions for Ramón Alejandro at the moment.
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