Ronald Vill was born in Havana, Cuba in 1991.
With a focus on the human form, Vill’s work in collage and photography explores identity as well as our collective needs for the basics; food, shelter, sleep, connection, etc., and the outcomes arising when these go unfulfilled.
“I am interested in sharing the images I have inside – sincere exaggerations of my memory that disrupts, distorts and colors everything that I see. Even I can’t completely decipher these images, but I know there is something behind them and understand that if I was able to decipher them then it wouldn’t make sense to turn on my camera.”
His photography has been the subject of solo exhibitions at FotoF.A.C., Cuban Art Factory, La Fototeca De Cuba and Museo de Arte Maníaco y Espacio Aglutinador and has also been included in numerous group exhibitions including Critical Mass at FotoF.A.C., Cuban Art Factory as well as Over the Horizon: Eight Cuban Contemporary Artists at Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA.
His work is in the collection of 21c Museum Hotels, as well as private collections in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Norway and France.
Ronald lives and works in Havana, Cuba.