Perth Amboy Artist Recognized By Forbes in the 2023 30 Under 30 List

Dissecting Pomegranate by Bony Ramirez

Exciting news from the Perth Amboy Art scene. Bony Ramirez aka Christopher Ramirez from Perth Amboy, NJ has received the honor of being listed in the Forbes 2023 30 Under 30 List. The 11th Annual Art & Style section “creating and designing the future of fashion and art” lists Bony Ramirez, 26, from Perth Amboy, as a top artist working today (read his profile from the Forbes list). The Forbes profile lists Bony Ramirez’s accomplishments, that his works were acquired by the collections in the Perez Art Museum in Miami and the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and the artist has collaborated with Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty brand. The self taught Dominican artist has had solo shows and works for sale at the Thierry Goldberg Gallery in New York. His gallery listing shows off his many exhibitions and accomplishments. In addition to being part of the Forbes 2023 list, Bony Ramirez has been interviewed widely notably by Gallery Gurls, and art magazine Juxtapose. Cultured Magazine has him in their “Young Artists 2023″ list, an annual selection of” stars of the biennials and darlings of the market, as well as brand-new talents we can’t wait to see more from.”

On Facebook and Instagram, Bony Ramirez expressed gratitude for being honored and thanked his supporters “Thank you to everyone that has been with me thru this journey called “being an artist.” Hundreds of Perth Amboy community members celebrated his success online and expressed pride in his accomplishments. Boney Ramirez is a graduate of Perth Amboy High School.

The celebrated artist had his start at the Perth Amboy Gallery Center for the Arts and had many well received shows at the local gallery. He was an active member of the Perth Amboy Art Community. His work was featured on the front page of the Home News Tribune promoting art for sale at the Perth Amboy Waterfront Arts Festival. His art has been part of the collections of local collectors for years. He designed the flyer for the Waterfront Arts Festival and a holiday Three Kings card for Perth Amboy Artworks, which he worked for as a production assistant.