ALFREDO DOMINGUES DIAZ
Alfredo Dominguez Diaz born and raised in South Central Los Angeles. Identifies as an indigenous person with roots in Oaxaca, Mexico. Attended Los Angeles City College from 2006 to 2014. Transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles in 2014 with the UCLA Blue and Gold Scholarship, graduating in 2016 with a BA in Fine Arts. Recently received his MFA in Sculpture from Yale University School of Art in 2019, graduating with the Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowship, H.Lee Hirsche Dean’s Merit Prize and the George R. Bunker Award.
A member of the 3B Collective, a collective of LA Based artists who work on large-scale site-specific installations, public art commissions and murals as a form of addressing social inequities by creating public works, sharing resources, and providing peer support of young artists of color. The 3B Collective have installed work in Texas, Oaxaca, and all over the Los Angeles area, collaborating with galleries like LAXART, L.A.C.E, The Mistake Room, and UCLA on multiple occasions.