Gonzalo Hernandez (b. 1991) lives and works between Miami, Florida and Lima, Peru.
His work has been exhibited internationally, with recent solo and group exhibitions including ):) at the Scad Museum of Art; Sorry Not Sorry: posiciones, disposiciones y oposiciones, curated by Max Hernandez, at CCPUCP, Lima; The Artist as Muse, curated by Ariella Wolens and Ben Tollefson, at Gutstein Gallery, Savannah; Celebrating Georgia Artists of Hispanic/Latinx Origin at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta; Java at La Vitrina de la Oficina m20 Hotel Savoy Lima; Threaded, curated by Mark Newport and Maria-Elisa Heg at MCC Art Gallery, Mesa, Arizona; and A Paris a Lima at Alianza Francesa de Lima. Hernandez was part of the first Chuquimarca residency program in Chicago in 2020 and also Artist in Residency at Longroadprojects & Erie Arts and Culture in Erie, Pa. He studied at Escuela de Artes Visuales Corriente Alterna in Lima, Peru and holds a M.F.A in Fibers and M.A in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
He is currently artist in residency at the Bakehouse Art Complex.