Aldo Cherres is a Peruvian American artist who has exhibited in the United States and abroad. He characterizes his work as being mostly objective and yet imbues it with deeper meaning. Cherres interprets both simple and complex concepts that question our very existence; how we navigate our daily lives, our decision making and problem solving processes and how we’re able to thrive. He is fascinated by the human experience, our roles and relationships with others and with nature. His art is a reflection of his innate curiosity and optimism.
2001 – Florida Atlantic University, Florida, BFA.
1999 – Palm Beach Community College, Florida, Studio Art.
1992 – Instituto Toulouse Lautrec, Lima, Perú, Graphic Design.
2015 – Museu Europeu d’Art Modern (MEAM), Barcelona, Spain.
“Aldo Cherres Figurative Artist” – Klassik Magazine Interview, Laura Sanchez, November 27, 2018 – Read interview.
2021 – Heads Up, Mary Woerner Fine Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
2019 – Quartet, Mary Woerner Fine Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
2018 – Fancy This!, Mary Woerner Fine Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
2016 – Group Show, Jo Hay Open Studio Gallery, Massachusetts, USA.
2015 – Figurativas 2015, Museu Europeu d’art Modern (MEAM), Barcelona, Spain.
2015 – Group Show, Carolyn Kramer Gallery, Massachusetts, USA.
2003 – Group Show, Whitewalls Gallery, Delray Beach, Florida, USA.
2002 – Four Local Artists Art Show, MosArt Center, Lake Park, Florida, USA.