Ezequiel Jimenez

Agua Sala I, II, 1995

Acrylic, 24” x 48”

Ezequiel Jimenez is a New York based visual artist, born in the Dominican Republic. He holds an MFA in Fine Art, a BA in Art and Political Science from The City University of New York at Lehman College, and an AAS in Digital Arts & Graphic Design from Bronx Community College.

His work consists of large-scale paintings and works on paper. Integral to the imagery is a dialog about curved lines, organic forms and mechanical imagery often resolving in monochromatic explosions of conflict. Space and balance dictate the framework. Compositions are on canvas, eucaboard, hard plywood, paper or other media. The use of paint, pencil, ink, gesso or varnish enable a broad mark making vocabulary and allow for a range of unexpected outcomes.
Ezequiel Jimenez has presented in over 25 exhibitions, both nationally and internationally including The City University of New York at Lehman College Art Gallery and Hall of Fame Art Gallery at Bronx Community College, Alexey von Schlepped Gallery of Art at University of Connecticut, Attleboro Arts Museum in Massachusetts, Warwick Museum and Tse Tse Gallery In Rhode Island, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center, and Rio II Gallery in New York City; Rutgers University at Center for Latino Arts and Culture, The Paterson Museum and Perth Amboy Gallery Center for the Arts in New Jersey; Galería Universal in Santiago de Cuba, Centro de Convenciones in Cancun, México, and Centro de la Cultura de Santiago in Dominican Republic, and others.

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