Ferrer, Ivonne

Ivonne Ferrer (b. Cuba) is a talented artist who has embarked on an impressive artistic journey. She graduated from the prestigious San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts and the René Portocarrero National Silk Screen Print Shop in Havana, Cuba. After completing her studies, she began working as a restorer of sculpture and painting at the Museum of the City of Havana, showcasing her expertise and passion for art restoration.

Ivonne's artistic career took flight with her first solo exhibition, "Atribuciones," held at the Fidelio Ponce Gallery in Havana in 1990. This pivotal moment marked her professional debut and led her to make a bold decision to leave her birth country and relocate to Madrid. In Madrid, her artistic talent flourished, and she quickly gained recognition through two subsequent solo exhibitions, "La temperatura de Dios" (1993) and "Fisiología decorativa" (1994). These exhibitions solidified her reputation and established her as a prominent artist.

In addition to her solo shows, Ivonne actively participated in various projects and collective exhibitions. She joined forces with esteemed artists, such as Julio Girona from Cuba and Fernando Somosa from Spain, for the exhibition "La isla mágica" in Copenhagen. She also collaborated with Aldo Menéndez for the exhibition "Fresca y bajita de sal" in Genoa, Italy. Notably, Ivonne contributed significantly to the Expo Universal Sevilla 92, Arts Pavilion, showcasing her prolific body of work.

In 1995, Ivonne made the move to the United States. Two years later, her notable exhibition "Trinomio cubano" opened at the Botello Gallery in Hato Rey. Throughout her career, Ivonne has exhibited her artwork in numerous prestigious venues. Her works became part of the Permanent Collection at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in California in 2002. She also showcased her talent at the Arcale International Art Fair in Salamanca in 2003, and her art was featured in "The Illustrated Book: A Marriage of Science and Art" exhibition at FIU in Miami in 2005. In 2005, she participated in a tribute exhibition to María Sambrano at the Museo de América in Madrid.

Subsequent years saw Ivonne's artwork exhibited in various locations, including the "Supermix" exhibition at the Edge Zones Gallery in Miami in 2006, the itinerant expo "I Have a Dream" in 2009 across America and Europe, and the "Soupe d'escargot" exhibition at Alliance Francaise in Miami in 2010. She had a solo exhibition titled "(R) Evolution Comics" at the Aluna Art Foundation in Miami in 2012, and her work was featured in "Women at the Edge of an Island" at the Museum of Cuban Art in Miami in 2014. In 2015, her art graced the walls of Artistic License Gallery 91 in Wynwood, Miami, and in 2016, her exhibition "Closeup" was held at the Webber Gallery at the College of Central Florida in Ocala, among other notable showcases.

Ivonne Ferrer's artistic journey has been characterized by her versatility, skill, and commitment to her craft. Her work has captivated audiences across the globe, and her participation in numerous exhibitions has solidified her position as a respected and influential artist.

Introspeccion (Introspection), 2022
Cast in lost-wax Bronze | 16 x 10 x 18 Inches


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Sinapsis (Synapse), 2022
Cast in lost-wax Bronze | 30 x 30 x 36 Inches


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From the Equilibrium Series, Venus de Milo II, 2022
Casting Bronze | 36 x 26 x 21 Inches
Edition 1/1


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