Dante Migone-Ojeda is a Latinx artist living and working in New York City. They work responds directly to the writing of Gloria Anzaldúa, in particular her book Borderlands. Through this lens, they explores issues of liminality, identity, and translation as they pertain to the Latinx diaspora. Trained as a printmaker, they work explores a variety of media including sculpture, photography and new media. They received their BFA from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, and is currently completing their MFA in Visual Arts at Columbia University in New York. In 2016, they also completed a self directed printmaking residency at Arquetopia in Puebla, Mexico. Migone-Ojeda has participated in group shows across the United States, including Feel that Other Day Running Under This One and the Columbia University MFA First Year Show in New York City, as well as ErGo in St. Louis, MO. They received a commission from University City, Missouri in 2016 as part of the Public Sculpture series. They had his first solo popup show at GoodMother Gallery in Oakland, California. They is a recipient of the LeRoy Neiman Fellowship, and curated the show 42/18 at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery.
01 / Jun / 19 - 22 / Ag / 19