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Hatuey Ramos-Fermín

Photo credit: Courtesy of the artist

Hatuey Ramos-Fermín is an artist/cultural producer that uses a combination of documentary and arts practices to investigate issues related to urban space. His work is conceptually driven, research based and is often site specific. He has developed artistic, educational, curatorial projects, exhibitions and public programs, translating ideas of culture and society into thought provoking critical language. Hatuey is co-founder of meta local collaborative.

His projects have been presented at El Museo del Barrio, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, apexart, Bronx River Art Center, Longwood Art Gallery, Taller Boricua, Andrew Freedman Home, Contemporary Art Museum of Puerto Rico, Arsenal de La Puntilla, LP2 Las Palmas Cultural Center among others. His work has been reviewed and/or published in the New York Times, Artforum, Public Art Review, Edutopia, among other publications.

Hatuey received his B.A. in Fine Arts from the University of Puerto Rico and a M.F.A. in Photography at St. Joost Art and Design Academy in Breda, The Netherlands. Hatuey is an alumnus of the Immigrant Artist Project at the New York Foundation for Arts. His distinctions include The Elizabeth Foundation for the Art’s Shift Residency as well as the Laundromat Project’s Create Change Public Artist Residency.

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