Born 1962, Concepción, Chile.
Lives and works in Santiago, Chile.
Alexander Sutulov was born in Concepción, Chile, in 1962. He attended the Institute of Contemporary Art in Santiago from 1980 to 1984 and continued his study of art at the University of Utah from 1985 to 1987 with emphasis in painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture. From 1988 to 1990 he worked and collaborated at artist co-op Artspace and Stonehenge where he researched hand built techniques with stoneware, porcelain, wood and metal. He worked as an independent artist at the University of New Mexico Printmaking Department from 1990 to 1992. His work at the time with various printing techniques was focused in the use of second generation images. He continued his graphic work with Atelier Sutulov-Gienger from 1992 to 1994 where in conjunction with Black & Blue Press, Golden, New Mexico, he specialized in the use of positive and negative plates for hand printed lithographic limited editions. From 1994 to 1996 he divided his work between Chile and the United States applying his printmaking experience in digital generated images for mural painting and lithographic limited editions. Since his return to Chile in 1994, the artist has been part of a variety of corporate and institutional art projects such as: History of Concepción Mural Project commissioned by the Bío-Bío North Ream Urban Development Project, Gasco Energy Sculpture Project commissioned by Gasco gas company in Santiago and the recently inaugurated History of Chilean Mining Mural, 3 story digital mural commissioned by Chilean Bureau of Mines and the University of Concepción. Since 1990 he showed several graphics work in selected Group and Solo Exhibitions in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Dominican Republic, England, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Slovenia, Taiwan and United States. The artist studio is currently devoted to a wide range of digital art projects specializing in digital painting, fine art limited editions, editorial projects, digital murals, multimedia, corporate and institutional commissioned art projects for public and private spaces.