Diego Romero

Diego Romero is a multi-disciplinary artist from Bogotá Colombia. He received his degree in Graphic Design from the National University of Colombia. His work ranges from illustrations and pen and ink drawings to paintings and animations. After spending a year in a fellowship at Stanford University he became involved in the theatre and visual arts. With his Human Behavior project he was invited to participate in a yearlong exhibition at the Cantor Museum of Arts at Stanford University. Diego Romero explores social issues experimenting with animations frame by frame. The drama, beauty and irony of life revolve in his themes among discoveries of spirituality as a path to transformation.

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF COLOMBIA, Bogota, Colombia – Fine Arts degree with a major in Graphic Design
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Palo Alto, California – John S. Knight Fellowship affiliate

DREAM ON…(Multimedia video-animations) Commisioned by the Broward Center for the Performing Arts 2011 Celebrating 20 years of applause

HUMAN BEHAVIOR PROJECT (Multimedia video-animations) was exhibited for one year in the
Cantor Museum of Art at the Stanford University, 2005-2006

RESIST NOT EVIL was Romero’s first solo show. Expressed primarily in indian ink on paper
and multi-media installation. 1310 Gallery, FT Lauderdale, 2009.

SUICIDAL CLUB IS LOOKING FOR… (Theatre Play) 5 actors on stage with multimedia
interaction. Directed by Diego Romero. Miami Dade College, Wolson Auditorum, Miami, 2008.

Lehter Art Gallery-Miami-2007
Design District Gallery Night-2008 “Against All Odds”
Artzee Gallery-Coral Gables-January 2010 “Off Limits”

-The Myth of Power, 1310 Gallery, FT Lauderdale, FL, October, 2010-Fountain Fair, Art Basel, Miami, FL, December, 2009
-Breaking Ground, 1310 Gallery, FT Lauderdale, FL, April 2008
-Transformation, 1310 Gallery, FT Lauderdale, FL, September, 2008
-A Place To Call Home, HEAL project, Art At St. Johns, Miami, FL 2007
-The Field, 801 projects and Camposition Studio, Miami FL 2006/07
-Group Show, Art and Artists Gallery, Miami Beach, FL 2005

Visit his web site at: www.diegoromeroart.com