Alejandro González was born in Havana in 1974. His work has been exhibited in Mexico, Colombia, the United States, Canada, Spain, Finland, Denmark, England, Scotland, Italy, and Cuba. Some of the exhibitions he has participated in are: Baobabs, FotoVisura (Latin American Pavilion, New York Photo Festival, New York, 2010); Fotología 6 (International Festival of Photography, Visual Arts Museum; National University of Colombia, Bogota, 2008); and Killing Time (Exit Art, New York, 2007). He received the Photography Prize at Casa de las Américas-CLACSO (Casa de las Américas, Havana, 2009) and the Batiscafo Residency (Triangle Arts Trust, Havana, 2006). In 2002, he was granted a residency to study at the School of Visual Arts and New Media in Cologne, Germany.
Aynel David Guerra is a lawyer and an independent curator based in Boston. He studied law at the University of Havana, Oxford, and Harvard University. He also holds a degree in International Relations from the Higher Institute of International Relations in Cuba. David founded Darkroom Boston in 2015, a project to display photography using unconventional forms at alternative spaces and to combine photography with other artistic expressions. His passion for innovation in the arts has led him to collaborate on a variety of projects and exhibitions as a photographer and curator in Boston. He is the co-founder of A R E A, an alternative to the contemporary art gallery.
Together, the artists will discuss local and global questions of justice by examining LGBT issues in Cuba, as well as teen subcultures. - See more at: http://www.smfa.edu/exhibitions-visiting-artists#sthash.lG7bX90W.dpuf