Adler Guerrier

 
Adler Guerrier, Untitled (Blue with an underlaid weave), 2016, graphite, watercolor, collage, solvent transfer on paper, 11 x 15 in. Courtesy of the artist and David Castillo Gallery.

Adler Guerrier, Untitled (Blue with an underlaid weave), 2016, graphite, watercolor, collage, solvent transfer on paper, 11 x 15 in. Courtesy of the artist and David Castillo Gallery.

Adler Guerrier’s installation depicts place as a landscape strewn with the difficulty of everyday poetics. Informed by geographical, cultural, political, ontological, and socioeconomic forces, Guerrier’s notion of place becomes the constructed setting for the narrative of our lives. 

Guerrier (b. Port-Au-Prince, Haiti) lives and works in Miami, FL. Guerrier received a BFA from New World School of the Arts/University of Florida. In 2014, Pérez Art Museum Miami mounted the survey exhibition of Guerrier's works, Adler Guerrier: Formulating a Plot. He has also participated in the Whitney Biennial 2008 at the Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC), Freestyle at The Studio Museum in Harlem (NYC) and Afro-Modernism: Journeys through the Black Atlantic at Tate Liverpool (England). Guerrier is board member of Locust Projects (Miami).