Sans Sterotypes



The journey to learn about who we are and our identity will continue to change as we age. Marco Caridad’s latest works endeavor to discover himself through shapes, lines, and vivid colors, inviting the audience to reconsider and redefine what it means to be “oneself.” With an essay by Yi Chin Hsieh.



About the Member

Marco Caridad

Art Director & Visual Artist

Marco Caridad (he/him/his) was born in Venezuela and lives and works in Miami. Caridad has exhibited throughout South Florida in places such as the Doral Contemporary Art Museum, Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, Historic Miami Post Office Museum, Miramar Cultural Center, Koubek Center, MIFA, and Centro Cultural Español, among other institutions in Puerto Rico and Venezuela. Caridad’s work has been featured in the books: Latin American Artists and Artists in the Top he is also the co-author of “Syllabaries: Images and Words” and “Desarrolla Tu Creatividad con Ejercicios Teatrales.” Caridad holds an MFA from The Art Institutes, Miami International University of Art & Design, a BFA from The University of Zulia, Certifications of Fine Arts from the Neptalí Rincón, and Performing Arts from Centro de Bellas Artes de Maracaibo. Caridad has been an adjunct professor at Istituto Marangoni and the Catholic University Andres Bello. He is the co-founder and Vice president of The One Club For Creativity Miami, and an Art Director for Hard Rock International.