Carlos has a combined BFA from the School of Fine Arts of Puerto Rico and The School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, as well as an MFA from Brooklyn College in New York. In 2003, he was awarded the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Residency. He has produced several curatorial projects and his work has been shown in venues such as the Queens Museum, Athens Institute of Contemporary Art, The Drawing Center in Boston, The Hunterdon Art Museum in New Jersey, and galleries in New York, Latin America, and Europe. 

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Through the combined use of painting, drawing, found objects and archival material, my work exist in a platform of hybrid conceptualism. It is a quest, often visceral,  for a calibrated and systematic composition that reflects both, culture and social structures at large as landscapes of abstraction and self making.