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Marchelo Vera is an internationally based Puerto Rican-American multidisciplinary artist, educator, and designer. Vera received a BFA and MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology, in Graphic Design and Non-Toxic Printmaking under the tutelage of Keith Howard. Specializing in print media-based projects his cross-cultural identity and personal history are voiced through explored themes of gentrification and globalization. Found objects, cartography, architecture, landscapes, and the transient borders of his surroundings in Philadelphia juxtapose a broader dialogue of cultural exchange. Influenced by years of collaborative ventures in modern cities of East Asia, his work merges subject matters of social networks and wayfinding systems.
Printmaker, Academic, Artist
The College of New Jersey