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​Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera

Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera is a Cuban artist making performance, photographs, and writing from the intersection between being non-binary and Cubanidad.Ruiseco-Lombera received their BFA from Parsons and has shown works at Milk Gallery NYC, Leslie-Lohman Museum, #00Bienal De La Habana, Galleria Menjunje, The Andrew Freedman Home, has been awarded the En Foco Photography Fellowship, and has been featured in NEWSPAPER, VICE, W Mag, and Nueva Luz. Recently they have performed at MoMA for Tania Bruguera, Adrian Piper, and Simone Forti, was a resident at the Marble House Project, and is a fellow of AIM 39 Fall cohort with the Bronx Museum.


Past Classes & Events

FREE PANEL | Secret Journey: Stop Calling Them Dangerous #2

May 18 – May 19, 2019