Juan Alberto Negroni

Juan Alberto Negroni (Bayamón, PR, 1979) has 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 with a Major in Printmaking from Puerto Rico School of Fine Arts.

Negroni has six solo shows, The Defect Effect, If it weren’t for my horse, Not About Beauty (Religion, Politics and other failures) all in San Juan, PR, Tiny Floral Show, (curated by Danielle Avram and Ryan Goolsby), A Midsummers Night’s Dream at 18.2208° N, 66.5901° W, Texas Woman’s University, Denton TX and SERENO at Carneal Simmons Contemporary Art in Dallas TX. Has also participated in multiple group exhibitions curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates, Julie Torre, Pablo León de la Barra, among others. In 2020, Negroni exhibited at Matadero along with Santos Ocasio, in a show titled Topografías de Campo y Espacio.

He is 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 and Greece.

He currently lives and works in Dallas, TX.

Jorge Fusaro recently interviewed Negroni for our new section: Artist's Spotlight.