Xavier Figueroa
Xavier Figueroa is a Bronx visual artist working in installation, painting, sculpture and other various media to create “Experiences.” With a background in architecture, carpentry, graffiti and fine art, he creates work invoking a familiarity to urban environments using his roots and personal memories. The result is a three-dimensional illustration of his memory for others to explore.

Xavier received a BFA in Sculpture at Lehman College, studied at Bronx Community College, Educational Alliance and National Academy. He’s exhibited in Bronx Latin American Biennial, three consecutive Bronx segments of The Armory Show, and The First AIM Biennial while participating in Bronx Museum of the Arts’ AIM program. He’s previously received a Bronx Council on the Arts’ BRIO Award for installation art and a NYC DOT pARTners grant for his first public sculpture. Xavier is currently participating in the Artist-in-Residence program at the Andrew Freedman Home and lives in the Bronx.