Harold García V is a Cuban artist based in New York. He graduated from the San Alejandro National Academy of Fine Arts in Havana in 2004. García has an active practice as a visual artist.
He has developed a pictorial work focused on the Everglades in South Florida and its ecological disintegration resulting from human greed and economic interests in recent years.
His works have been exhibited in Miami, Italy, AMA Museum, Washington DC, in Austria as a guest artist of the KulturKontakt Residency.
He also had a solo show at the Albano Building at United Nations in New York. As well as two lectures, “A Guilt-Ridden Landscape” and “Welcome to The Everglades: An Investigative Project on Art and Environment,” at United Nations and DDLS, and “Mediators Marking Experiences” workshop in Austria.
HAROLD GARCÍA V
(b. 1985, Havana, Cuba)
Graduated from National Academy of Fine Arts ‘San Alejandro’, Havana, Cuba.
A Guilt-Ridden Landscape, United Nations, New York, United States.
Welcome to the Everglades, Thomas Nickles Project, New York, United States.
On the Altars of Vanity, Dotfiftyone Gallery, Miami, United States.
Mediadores que Marcan Experiencias (Cuba Edition), a project in collaboration with the
7th Salon of Contemporary Cuban Art Un ensayo de colaboración, (CDAV), Havana,
Living with the Past, Gallery haaaauch-quer, Klagenfurt, Austria.
Memorias del Subdesarrollo. Cremata Gallery, Miami, United States.
Miami Beach Cinematheque, Miami Beach, United States.
Mala Yerba, Fotografía Cubana Contemporánea. ISOLO17 Gallery, Verona, Italy.
Presentation of artists in residence, (artist guest). KulturKontakt, Concordiaplatz, Viena,
ART-XIOMAS, CUBAAHORA: The Next Generation. OAS AMA, Art Museum of the
Americas, Washington DC, United States.
Mirando y Dejando. Hernandez Cárdenas Gallery, Havana, Cuba.
Lecture “A Guilt-Ridden Landscape”, The United Nations and DDLS.
Workshop “Reimagining Florida” La Scuola, Miami, United States.
Workshop “Reimagining Florida”, Advanced Achievers Academy, Florida City, United States.
Lecture “Welcome to The Everglades: An Investigative Project on Art and Environment“, The United Nations and DDLS.
Workshop “Mediators Marking Experiences“, KulturKontakt Studio Gredlerstraße