Alejandro Vigilante is a Miami-based multimedia painter who is in the process of developing a new strain of Neo-Pop art, loosely titled "i-Pop" or sometimes referred to as "iArt". Creating a new media reflecting the instant information exchange and image dilution made possible by the popularity of social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, Vigilante seeks to advance the critical role of these online worlds in the physical bodies of artworks.

Vigilante began his artistic career as a muralist, having worked with filmmaker Oliver Stone in designing work for his film "Any Given Sunday", the Jackson Memorial Hospital's United Foundation for AIDS, and Tiffany & Company's 2nd floor jewelry salon in New York City. Vigilante and his work have been featured in numerous publications, including Whitewall Magazine, MIAMI Magazine, Daily Candy, The Miami Herald, La Nacion (Argentina) and Ocean Drive.

Born 1964 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Lives and works in Miami.

Selected Exhibitions


Group Show, Avant Gallery, Aventura
Art Naples Contemporary, Avant Gallery
Group Show, Avant Gallery, Miami Beach


Group Show, Avant Gallery, Miami Beach
Solo show, Avant Gallery, Miami Beach


Avant Gallery (April & December solo shows), Miami
Hazan Gallery, New York
Daniel Maman Fine Art, Buenos Aires


Opera Gallery, Bal Harbour
1st and 21st Gallery, Miami


Shulman + Associates (site-specific installation), Miami
Ornare, Miami
Lurie Gallery, Miami


1st and 21st Gallery, Miami