Emerging Uruguayan artist Alejandro Turell works in a figurative style that reflects his study of science and fine arts. In his own words “the nature of my work is introspective, I try to subjectively unite art with science.” Turell worked for the National Fishery Institute and later became a student and professor at the National School of Fine Arts in Montevideo.
His exhibitions include: 2006 - PicassoMio.com, 2005 - Three Artists From the South, Kerckhoff Art Gallery, U.S.A. - Paul Cezanne Prize, Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales, Montevideo, Uruguay and numerous other shows in Uruguay. - Trofos Individual exhibition. Centro Cultural, Dodeca, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Among prizes recognizing his art are third prize,Paul Cezanne, Embajada de Francia, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2004; first prize, Union Latina Contest for Young Talents, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2003; first prize, 50th National Salon of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2002 .
Born 1975, Montedvideo, Uruguay