The Black Fish by Antonio Guerrero


The Black Fish by Antonio Guerrero

Antonio Guerrero began his career more than two decades ago with a one-man show at a temporary gallery space in Africa. A group of friends purchased all of his paintings. He has since hosted more than 30 exhibitions. Guerrero interprets the idea of surreal art in most, if not all, of his works of art. Not only does he interpret surrealism in the majority of his pieces, he paints with his heart on the brush in all of his paintings.
Guerrero is an autodidact, but learned at an early age Jung’s Theory of universal unconscious that all people possess an innate knowledge and understanding of images.

Antonio Guerrero
Born: Matanzas, Cuba (1968)
Education: “A gift from GOD” Self-taught

Selected Exhibitions: (*Solo Shows)
2011 SeaFair, Represent by Aldo Castillo Gallery, Curate by Aldo Castillo, Sarasota FL, (USA)
2011 Art Naples, Represent by Aldo Castillo Gallery, Curate by Aldo Castillo, Naples FL,(USA)
2011 Art Naples, Represent by Miami Wave, Curate by Sergio Garcia, Naples FL, (USA)
2011 Ava Art Gallery, under the name, “Close encounter II” Wynwood, Miami FL, (USA)
2010 Ivan Galindo Art Studio, Miami FL (USA)
2010* Condesa Gyn,Dance and theater of Miami, Miami FL (USA)
2010 US Century Bank, under the name “Two Artist Same Dream” Miami Beach FL,(USA)
2010* AbaHouse Art Gallery, under the name “Evolution” 20 years in the Making, Miami Fl
2010 Miami Dade West Campus Martin and Pat Fine Center for the Arts, (USA)
2010 AbaHouse Art Gallery, under the name “Close encounters”; Doral Miami Fl (USA)
2010* US Century Bank, under the name “Exile on Main Street” Miami Beach, Fl (USA)
2010* Touch Muah, under the name “I live in a Red Planet” Miami Beach, Fl (USA)
2010 ArtRouge Gallery Miami Florida (USA)
2010 Renee Gallery, under the name “The Future belongs to you”, Miami Florida (USA)
2010 The Art of Freedom, under the name “51 Años de todos”, Miami Florida (USA)
2010 International Art Fair Palm Beach, Convention Center, Presented By Aldo Castillo’s Gallery
2010 International Art Fair Miami, It’s Present by Aldo Castillo’s Gallery, Miami Beach Convention C.

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