III International Biennale of Art Miramar, Argentina
The municipality of General Alvarado, together with the Biennale's organizing committee, invited Argentinian and International artists to participate in the third international encounter of public art, known as the "International Biennale of Art Miramar", which took place in Miramar, Buenos Aires, Argentina from March 17-26, 2017. Around forty-five artists took part in this event...
Alberto Cerritos was born in 1949 in San Salvador, El Salvador. He became a naturalized Canadian Citizen in 1992. He graduated from the National School of Fine Arts of El Salvador with a Major in Painting in 1967, and from the National Academy of Sculpture Uquxkah in 1970. His work has been presented in group and solo shows in: El Salvador, Guatemala, Sweden, Russia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal, Mexico, USA, Canada, Spain, Argentina, Cuba, China, South Africa and Bolivia.
His small bronze sculptures maintain a direct relationship with his stone monuments through their unity of space and form. From his small drawings to his large canvasses and murals, his work is characterized by a strong and personal symbolism related to contemporary language. Since 1995, he has been dedicated to developing Digital Art as Public Art, and to the research and development of an Aesthetics for the Third Millennium and Complex Art.
Professional focus on:
Painting, Sculpture, Muralism, Digital Art, Public Art, Artists Organizations, and Arts Education.
Indigenous Latin America Saluting the Argentine Flag. This is a visual work of art in commemoration of the Bicentennial of the Independence of the Argentine Republic. This event was held in the city of Tucuman, Argentina in September 2016.The Bicentennial theme developed in this art work has a positive and luminous perspective...
City of Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada
Public artwork commissioned by the City of Port Moody for the Evergreen Line, Inlet Centre Station Plaza, Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada. The artwork was chosen by the Evergreen Line pubic art committee after a four-month process. The artwork is titled Evergreen People and is made entirely of stainless steel...
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