Alfredo Káram works are developed from and around marginal areas. He generates images from the urban to the domestic, exploring family relationships within the habitable space. His work focuses in disciplines such as photography and sculpture.
Káram has obtained scholarships from Tierney Foundation and the Sonora State Fund for Culture and Arts. He was part of the XV Biennial of Visual Arts in Sonora, Mexico; the 1ª National Biennial of Landscape and Salon ACME No.4 in Mexico City, among others. His work has been exhibited in the Sonora Museum of Art, Carrillo Gil Museum of Art, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Laboratorio Arte Alameda, as well as in the independent spaces La Galaxyy and El Rastro in Hermosillo, Sonora. He was part of the Contemporary Photography Program PFC.