Nando Alvarez-Perez studied the history of cinema at Hunter College in Manhattan and received his BA in Film Studies from the Thomas Hunter Honors Program (2011). He received his MFA from The San Francisco Art Institute (2014) where he was awarded the Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Photography.  His work has been shown throughout the West Coast, including the New Space Center for Photography in Portland, OR, the LA Center for Digital Art, Tmoro Projects, Jules Maeght Gallery, City Limits and 100%. His work was featured in the group exhibition Salón Boricua as part of the 4th Poly/Graphic Triennial in San Juan, PR and in a solo exhibition at CEPA Gallery in Buffalo, NY at the beginning of 2016. In 2017, he participated in a two person show at Egg n' Spoon Gallery (Zurich, CH) with artist Marcel Freymond. Alvarez-Perez has published several photo books, including Alpine Shadow Black Madonna in August 2016. His work has been featured on Art News, Art Practical, Daily Serving, and the Humble Arts Foundation. His most recent solo show at Interface Gallery was highlighted by AQNB.


Divination of meaning in Nando Alvarez-Perez’s Portentology at Interface Gallery | AQNB
VSCO - Arts and Culture Community Spotlight - Portentology
Creator's Project - 9 Eye-Grabbing Works from Untitled SF
Artnews.com - Business by the Bay - UNTITLED SF Highlight
Elephant Magazine - Preview: UNTITLED SF
Buffalo News - Review of Totems - by Conor Moynihan (Full Interview Here)
Buffalo Rising - Artist Profile and Interview
Art Practical - Shotgun Review by Sarah Hotchkiss - “Long Shadow” at 100% Gallery
Capricious NY Blog - Photographer of the Week #78 April 29, 2015
Dailyserving.com - Fan Mail: Nando Alvarez-Perez - essay by A. Will Brown