Photo by Sil Acevedo

Photo by Sil Acevedo

Juan Alberto Negroni, PR 1979.

Based in Dallas TX. 

Possess an MFA in Studio Arts from Southern Methodist University in Dallas TX, an MA Ed in Art History and Museum Studies from Caribbean University PR and a BFA from Puerto Rico School of Fine Arts with a Major in Printmaking. Counts with three solo shows, The Defect Effect, 2005, If it weren’t for my horse, 2008 and Not About Beauty (Religion, Politics and other failures) all in San Juan, PR. 

Has participated in multiple group shows such as Detroit: A Brooklyn Case Study, SUPERFRONT LA, Los Angeles CA 2010, Dialectic City, curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates (w/Francis Alÿs, David Lamelas, among others), Retro at Caguas Museum of Art, in 2013, In Response, curated by Justin H. Long at Audrey Love Gallery at Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami, Muestra Nacional 2015, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, San Juan PR 2015, Art in America, (Curated by Julie Torres) at The Satellite Show in Miami FL 2015 & Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Harper Center for the Arts SC in 2016, Kinds of Monuments, (w/Christian Boltanski, Luis Camnitzer, Cai-Guo-Qiang, Robert Morrison, Alberto Burri, amongst others), Zattere Cultural Flow Zone, Dorsoduro, Venice IT, 2da Gran Bienal Tropical (curated by Pablo Leon de la Barra, Loiza, PR and Home & Visitor at Le Consortium in Dijon, FR. His practice has been documented in printed press and magazines like, El Nuevo Dia and PATRON Magazine.

Recipient of the Meadows Artistic Scholarship Award 2015 and the 2017 Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'art Dijon Residency Fellowship.

His work is part of public and private art collections in Puerto Rico, United Kingdom, Argentina, United States, Canada, Australia, Greece and France.