Born in Cuba, María Elena González creates sculptures that reinvent classical elements, often focusing on family and memory. González’s recent solo exhibitions include UN Real Estates, which traveled to DiverseWorks, Houston, TX (2002-2003), Art Museum, University of Memphis, TN (2003). She also created Mnemonic Architecture, a project room at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, NY (2002). Special projects include Magic Carpet/Home at The Center for Art and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore (2003). González is represented by The Project in New York.