Luis A. Gutierrez has exhibited his work at the Coral Springs Museum of Art, private galleries and Christie’s New York. His most recent solo show “Paper Boats and Planes: A Second Look at Childhood Memories” was held at Contemporaneo Asheville in North Carolina. In 2016 Gutierrez was featured on Telemundo’s “Con Estilo TV” and selected as a semi-finalist for the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. That same year Spectrum Miami Art Fair awarded him with the “Launchpad Artist Award” and a site specific installation.
As an artist Luis A. Gutierrez was mentored by Mix-Media artist Alfred Razza, he also attended Broward College (2010-2014) where his works were part of many students’ exhibitions. In 2015 Florida Atlantic University and Broward College chose him to create a mural in Fort Lauderdale as part of a public art project called “This is a Canvas”.
Gutierrez was born in Cali, Colombia in 1990. He currently resides and works in New York City. His paintings are a visual example of his experiences accumulated as an immigrant, they also question preconceived notions by offering a different perspective.