Puerto Rican artist Daniel Lind will have a solo exhibition at the Museum of the Americas in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The exhibition, “De pie” [Standing], includes assemblages and drawings. The opening will take place on November 27, 2013, from 6:00-9:00pm (open to the public). “De pie” will be on view until January 26, 2014.
Daniel Lind Ramos was born in Loíza, Puerto Rico, in 1953. He studied at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras with masters Félix Bonilla Norat, Osiris Delgado, and Luis Hernández Cruz, among others, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1975. In 1980, he completed an M.A. at New York University. He currently teaches at the Humanities Department, University of Puerto Rico-Humacao.
Lind was the first Puerto Rican artist to receive the Arana Foundation scholarship to study in Paris and attend the workshops of Alfonso Arana and Antonio Seguí at the Paris Fine Arts School. Outstanding among the many prizes and awards received by Lind are the First Prize of the Val D’or de Hyeres Salon, in South France, (1990), and the Delegation Prize of the International Salon of Latin American Plastic Arts in Meillant, France (2000). Other achievements include first prizes obtained in competitions held in Puerto Rico, such as the Mobile Art Competition (1979) and the Gulf Art Competition (1980). The work of Daniel Lind Ramos has been exhibited in several individual and numerous collective shows in France, the Dominican Republic, the United States, and Puerto Rico.
For more information, see http://www.museolasamericas.org/calendario-2013.html
Biography from http://www.artepublicopr.com/english/artistas/lind_daniel/