Born in Holguín, Cuba (1964)
Alejandro Aguilera studied at the Provincial School of Art (EPA), Holguín, Cuba; the Higher Institute of Art (ISA), Havana, Cuba; and the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. He left the Island via Mérida, Mexico DF and Monterrey, Mexico, in 1991. Aguilera has participated in numerous exhibitions. His most recent solo shows include A Decade of Assemblages, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (2003); Alejandro Aguilera. The Art of Making Art, Ty Stokes Gallery, Atlanta, GA (2004); Alejandro Aguilera. Recent Work, Gallery Sklo, Atlanta, GA (2004); Forty Yards of Lines, Milledgeville College and State University, GA (2006); A Brief History of Usage, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, FL (2007); and Alejandro Aguilera, About the Modern Spirit, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (2012).
He resides in Atlanta, GA.