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Artist Statement

 

The artist has been able to find not only a vibrant and colorful vision, but also a happy and very meaningful life lesson.

 

Ruben Natal-San Miguel | See All Editions

 

Ruben Natal-San Miguel—American, born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico—is an architect, photographer, curator, writer, art collector and consultant who specializes primarily in the art of fine emerging photography.

His work has been shown nationally and internationally at Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York; Finch & Ada, New York; Kris Graves Projects, Fuchs Projects, Hous Projects, New York and Los Angeles, University of Washington, Seattle; Art in FLUX Harlem, Picture Black Friday 2009 and 2011, A Decade of Photographs 2000-2011, The New York Public Library 2010-2014; Karyn Mannix Contemporary, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, L' Maision D Art Gallery, SCOPE NYC & Miami, Agua Art Fair During Miami Art Basel, PULSE NYC,Art Chicago, Zona MAco, Mexico City, Photo LA and Phillips Auction House. His photography and curated shows have been published in several publications, among them New York Magazine, The Huffington Post, L Magazine, ARTnet, American Suburb X, The Bushwick Daily, Time OUT, The Atlantic, Aperture, Daily News, Wink Magazine, Urban Italy Magazine, French Photo and The New Yorker. In 2013, he won the Photo District News Magazine Portrait competition.