Alexander Apóstol
Venezuelan, born 1969
Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by a major museum
Selected exhibitions
Mor Charpentier at arteBA 2018,
Mor Charpentier
Mor Charpentier at The Armory Show 2017,
Mor Charpentier
Lecciones políticas de Alexander Apóstol,
Beatriz Gil Galería

Alexander Apóstol is a multimedia conceptual artist who engages with a politically charged history of Latin America through the lenses of urban planning, culture, and architecture. His body of work is comprised of photographs, films, installations, and texts. A recurring subject in Apóstol’s work is the 1950s and the architectural planning simultaneously taking place in a number of countries, like the modernist planning of Caracas, Venezuela; Le Corbusier’s designs for Bogotá, Colombia; and the erection of the Dodgers Stadium in Chavez Ravine. Apóstol’s rendering of these events seeks to establish the connection between development and marginalization, and often makes provocative statements suggesting the delusion of progress and democracy.