Fernando Pezzino is an Argentinean artist that lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island. He received a Licentiate in Theatre from Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. After graduating he moved to the United States and received a MA in Literature from Arizona State University. He joined the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at Washburn University where he taught for 6 years. In 2013 he joined the MFA in Painting program at the Rhode Island School of Design. He has exhibited throughout the U.S. and abroad, including MIA-Miami International Art Fair, Radio Palermo Art Gallery in Buenos Aires, North Topeka Art District in Kansas, Leedy Voulkos Art Center in Missouri, Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, Katherine Markel Fine Art in New York, among others. Pezzino’s work is in private and public collections including the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care in New York, the Mulvane Art Museum and the Admissions Office at the Rhode Island School of Design.