Alberto Cedrón (09/05/1937 – 10/03/2007) “I come from the banks of the River Plate, where there is a city called Buenos Aires. When I was born? I was told that it was May 9, 1937. Due to various circumstances of fate, it was my job to walk through many places on this planet, always with my profession, office or whatever you want to call it. I started by drawing the kitchen walls of my house at age 6, since then I have never stopped. I drew on walls, paper, stone, brass, clay, in short, various materials, diverse supports and also diverse historical moments … ”
In his travels around the world, Cedrón has lived several times in Brazil, between Joinville, São Paulo and Búzios, having had a son with a gaúcha and for that reason he also lived in Porto Alegre between 1997 and 1999. He has mural works scattered not only at Argentina, but also at Venezuela and Portugal, where he lived for many years before returning to Buenos Aires in 2003. In the capital of Buenos Aires, he died in 2007.