b. 1969, Barquisimeto, Venezuela | lives and works in Madrid
Alexander Apóstol studied photography with Ricardo Armas, and art history at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas. His focus is on the iconography of the urban landscapes in his native Venezuela and across South America, exposing fractures in modernist design. His 2012 video Chromosaturated Social Contract (Contrato colectivo cromosaturado) investigates the relationship between architecture, art, and urban planning in relation to Venezuelan history.