Daniel Alejandro Trejo

Daniel Alejandro Trejo is a Queer, Latinx, visual artist based out of Stockton, CA, working in sculpture with an adjacent curatorial practice. He received his BA in Art Studio and Art History from the University of California, Davis. Subsequent to completing his undergraduate studies, he obtained studio residency at Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento, where he concurrently taught ceramics to the community as an Educational Associate. Trejo’s curatorial projects include organizing Sacramento Zine Fest, and organizing group exhibitions under his collaborative project, Unibrow Collective. The collaborative projects aim to broaden conversations about practices in under-recognized communities in contemporary discourse, and provide curated spaces for many voices, experiences, and situations. Curatorial projects include “Roof on Fire” for Holland Project, and “No End in Sight” currently developing as supplemental programming for the National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts. He recently participated in exhibitions at Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles; Axis Gallery, Sacramento; and Gallery 12.26 in Dallas. He has also participated in residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine, and Cobertizo in México.

Photo: Rolando Sepulveda II.

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