“Comparing artists from so many places is always a challenge. But Daniel Lind-Ramos’s looming sculpture ‘Armario de la conciencia’ stood out to us for its visceral materiality and impressive range of references. It transcends its immediate context, reminds us of long and complex historical narratives, and stands as a testament to the foundational role that the African diaspora has played in shaping the Americas.” – Alexandra Cunningham Cameron and Gean Moreno
Daniel Lind-Ramous was born in Loiza, Puerto Rico. He studied at the University of Puerto Rico: BA (1975), New York University: MA (1979) and Antonio Segui’s Studio in Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France (1989). Painter and assemblage sculptor, at present, he is a Senior Professor at the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Campus. His work has been shown at the Whitney Museum Biennial (2019) in New York, Museum of Contemporary of Puerto Rico, 3rd World Festival of the Black Arts (Dakar, Senegal), Kinkeleba Gallery (New York), Puerto Rican Museum of Art, Latin-American Museum of Art (Long Beach, CA), Museo del Barrio (New York), Valparaiso Biennial (Chile), Santo Domingo Biennial (Dominican Republic), Grand Palais (Paris, France), and Pantheon Museum of Art, Haiti.