Ana Albertina Delgado CV

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Born in Havana, Cuba, 1963, lives in Florida.


1990-1991   Graduated in silkscreen techniques from the Taller de Serigrafia Rene Portocarrero

1983-1988   Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in painting,

Summa Laude. Higher, Institute of Arts. Havana, Cuba

1979-1983   Graduated in Arts. San Alejandro National School of

Fine Arts. Havana, Cuba

Solo Shows:

2012-A littler window inside my head, Carol Jazar Art Gallery. Miami

2011-Ana Ana Albertina Delgado, Drawing 1987 to 2011. Farside, Florida

2009-Ana Albertina at “Quo Tendas”. Blue Door Fine Arts. Miami, Florida

2009-Walking around my breath, Farside – Gallery, Miami, Florida

2007-Ana Albertina at Infiniti, Blue Door Fine Arts, Miami Beach, Florida

2002-Ellegúa, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, Florida

2001-That is how you chew love, Alpha International Galleries, (LLC) Miami

2001-She's Back, Art@Work, Mosquera Orthodontics. Miami, Florida

1999-Ana Albertina Delgado, Freites-Revilla Gallery. Coral Gables, Florida

1998-My Woman, Ambrosino Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida

1995-Paquita has left us, Ambrosino Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida

1994-The Box of Dreams, Nina Menocal Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

1991-Ana Albertina & Adriano, Nina Menocal Gallery, Mexico City. Mexico

1990-Solo Show, Provincial Center of Culture, Pinar del Rio, Cuba

1989-Within the Lip, Project: Castle of the Royal Force, Havana, Cuba

1988-The Hobby of Juan, Higher Institute of Arts, Havana, Cuba

Select Group Shows:

2020- “Art Looking North”, Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center. Fort Myers, FL

2019-Crosscurrents, Contemporary selection from the Rodriguez collection, Foosaner Art Museum. Florida

-Eleven lights hidden in plain sight. Kendall Art Center, Miami

2017-Cuban Artist: The Prodigious Decade. The Sagamore Hotel, Miami Beach

-Poems Art Exhibition. Kendall Art Center, Miami

-Across Time, Cuban artists from vanguardist to contemporaries. Kendall Art Center

2016-Havana Nights, Yacht Club. Jorge Reynardus Art Collection - The Jewel on Sarasota Bay. Florida

-Cuban art made in Miami that will endure. Aluna Art Foundation. Miami

2015-Agave y Cana, Consulado de Mexico. Miami, Florida

2015-Plastica Cubana generacion 80’s. Museo Linares. Mexico

2014-“Women at the Edge of an Island” Aluna Art Foundation. Miami

-Persistance of memories, selection from the Mosquera collection. Miami Dade

North Campus Gallery

2013-Antonia Eiriz: A Painter and Her Audience. MDC Museum of Art+Design Freedom Tower, Miami Dade College

2013-Work on Paper. Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center. Miami

2012-Smash and Grab/Locus Project. Miami

-Fallowing the line, curated Carol Jazzar from collection of Francie Bishop and David Horvitz at the Women Club. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

-This and That / Unconventional Selection from permanent Collection,

Frost Art Museum

-Ways of Worldmaking. Dr. Arturo and Liza Mosquera. Miami Dade College Freedom Tower.

2011-Seven in the garden, Gallery 1200. Hoboken, NJ

-Latin American Art, Ricardo Pau-Llosa Collection. University of Notre Dame. IN

2005-American Art Today, faces & figures. FROST, Florida International University

1998-Breaking Barriers: Selections from the Museum of Contemporary Cuban Art Collection 

Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

1996-MICAF-Art Miami 96, Ambrosino Gallery, Miami Beach Convention Center

-Nuevo Arte de Cuba y Mexico, David Fioria Gallery. Aspen, Colorado

1995-Altered States, Museum of Art. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

-Expo-Arte Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mexico

-Black Box - Conceptual Intervention, South Florida Art Center. Miami Beach, Florida.

1994-The Nearest Edge of the World: Art and Cuba Now, Nexus Contemporary Art Center Atlanta, Georgia.

1993-Muro Roto/Broken Wall, Fred Snitzer Gallery. Miami, Florida

1992-Cuban Contemporary Art. SECOFI. Mexico City, Mexico

-Six Latin American Women Artists, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.

1991-15 Cuban Artist, Nina Menocal Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

-The Sons of Guillermo Tell / Visual art Museum Alejandro Otero. Caracas, Venezuela and the Republican Bank of Colombia. Bogota, Colombia

-New contemporary acquisition: Cuban Art Show, National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba

-The Nearest Edge of the World. Art and Cuba Now, Bronx Museum of the Art,

New York.

1990-The Nearest Edge of the World. Art and Cuba Now, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston

-Kuba OK. Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Germany

1989-Sexo y erotismo, University of Havana, Parallel Exhibition to Havana III Biennial of Art

-Es solo lo que ves (Arte abstracto), Havana, Cuba

1988-The young Cuban Artist, Massachusetts College of Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

-Raices en accion, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico

1987-Expo Pure, Parallel Exhibition to II Biennial of Havana, Higher Institute of Art Havana, Cuba

1986-Pure Expone- Group Pure, Gallery L, Havana, Cuba

-10 Años del I.S.A. National Museum of Fine Arts / Havana, Cuba

Public collections:

Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, FL

FROST Art Museum at Florida International University / Florida, U.S.A

MOCA. Museum of Contemporary Art / Florida, U.S.A

LOWE. The Art Museum, University of Miami / Florida U.S.A

MOA. The Museum of Art / Fort Lauderdale / Florida, U.S.A

The Museum of Arts at Guadalajara University / Jalisco, Mexico

National Museum of Fine Arts / Havana, Cuba

The museum of Art Ponce de Leon / Puerto Rico


1987    Honorable Mention, Servando Cabrera Moreno Salon, Playa Gallery. Havana, Cuba.

1986     First Prize, XVI youth seminar Martiano, Art Installation, Group Pure, I.S.A., Havana, Cuba


2016- Friends of Caritas Cubana. Miami. Florida

2008- The second annual senior art show, at The Women's Park. Rosxy Bolton 

Gallery, Curated by artist, Ana Albertina Delgado. Sponsor: M.D.C

2007- Infinity Road, Infiniti Inspired Artwork, Commissioned by Marca Hispanic

2003- Pretty Girl, Mural at Amelia Earth Park. Sponsor: Miami Dade Human Services

1987- Marti, Art installation of Pure group, in the glass window of the bookstore: The modern poetry 

1986- Tomorrow is Sunday, Set Design at Chanel 6. T.V. program in Cuba