Gonzalo Hernandez PERU, b. 1991

 

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.