Alfredo Ramos Fernández


Alfredo Ramos Fernández was born in 1964 in Havana. He lives and works in Berlin. He earned a Geography graduate degree and worked for a time as a researcher at the Academy of Sciences of Cuba. From 1993 to 2001, he worked with theater groups, but in 2001 he devoted himself entirely to his photographic work.  Recent exhibitions include Fabrica de Arte Cubano; ESMOA, California; Das Esszimmer Raum für Kunst, Bonn; Robert Mann Gallery, New York; Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco; PuNcTuM Espacio, Mexico City, as well as the Fototeca de Cuba, Havana. He is represented in the collection of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Cuba among other collections.


The Drowned World at Cinesphere

Guest curated by Charles Stankievech. During the Biennial, the Cinesphere becomes a world within a world, merging film and sound art with scent and changing atmospheric conditions. From cosmological origin stories, to a future in which civilization is extinct, The Drowned World contrasts deep time with the decline of global ecologies. The project’s title refers to J.G. […]


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MVS Proseminar, University of Toronto—John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design