LiNO BERNABE 

 

 

Lino Bernabe has maintained a studio practice in New York since 2015. His work has been exhibited at numerous venues including New Gallery, an artist-run space in New York; Activate Chicago, a pop-urban experience set in the Loop alleyways of downtown Chicago; Cooper Union, New York; Commons Project, New York; Locust Projects, Miami; The Flux Museum, Chicago; and Rising Stars Gallery, Miami. He has participated in numerous community-driven art events, showcasing in a variety of non-traditional urban spaces including a beach hut at the Rapture Music Festival, Miami; Wynwood Art Fair, Miami; a window display at Bal Harbour Shops for Oscar de la Renta, Miami; at Carnival Miami for the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, Miami; and a live, interactive sculpture performance at The Stage, Miami. He was the recipient of the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation’s summer seminar and exhibition scholarship in 2011.

Bernabe earned a BFA with a concentration in painting, silk screening, drawing, sculpture, and graphic design from Cooper Union in 2016. He was raised in South Miami, Florida and attended a magnet arts middle school for fine art and the magnet arts high school, New World, for painting. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.