WYNWOOD ARTS DISTRICT, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Danilo Gonzalez was born on May 26, 1963, in the Dominican Republic. Then he lived in Paris, New York and Caracas, before returning to the United States to establish with the West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park, in Stowe, Vermont. He has worked in many mediums over his 30 year career, including performance art, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and painting. His work has been awarded and honored in several biennials and art contests, and his art can be found in in the Housatonic Museum of Connecticut, Musèe du Colombie in France, Museum of Modern Art in the Dominican Republic, El Centro Leon, Museo del Hombre Dominicano, Museo de Historia y Geografia, La Casa Consistorial de Santiago, El Centro de Arte de la Victoria in Venezuela, Museo Soto, and Museo del Dibujo, amongst others. Gonzalez was selected to participate in the ‘Ninety Sculptors of the Twentieth Century’ at the Housatonic Museum of Connecticut with such sculptors as Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, and Isamu Noguchi. Danilo Gonzalez is an artist with international sensibility, who strives to create art work that addresses viewers across boundaries of culture and nations. His pieces are intended to make us think about our collective place on the planet, and to move us to accept responsibility for our actions to one another, and to the Earth itself.