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Radamés ‘Juni’ Figueroa
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa lives and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Solo exhibitions of his work include Naguabo Rainbow, Daguao Enchumbao, Fango Fire Flies at Sculpture Center, New York (2014) The Wild Nest at El NUMU, Guatemala (2013) Sal Si Puedes at Roberto Paradise Gallery, San Juan (2012). Past projects include Tree House - Club House, a live monumental sculpture at a forest in Naguabo, Puerto Rico (2013); Triangle Eucalyptus for Meditation, 43 Salon Inter-Nacional, Medellin, Colombia (2013), Salvajismo Caribeño, an intervention on the Roof of Houses in Barrio La Perla in San Juan, Puerto Rico (2009); and Parada “Phantom”, (Tropical Bus Stop), created in a public space in San Juan (2009). Figueroa is included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial an site specific project makeshift structure that is installed in the Museum’s sculpture court serves as an open space for gathering, reflecting and celebrating. In 2011 in San Juan Puerto Rico, Figueroa was also co-curator of the first Tropical Biennial with Pablo Leon de la Barra.