Born in Puerto Ordaz (Venezuela, 1985) and studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid and illustration in Nancy (France). In 2012 he moved to Italy to be able to draw every day and take charge of the international film festival La Guarimba, where he organizes an annual exhibition of posters by artists from all over the world.
He has published with Lumen publishing house La buena vida (2015) and Una tal Martina y su monstruo (2016) and has participated in the collective book of Nube de Tinta No te calles (2018). She lives between Italy and Lanzarote. She makes fanzines, laboratories and has painted murals in Madrid, Malaga, Sicily, Treviso, Puglia, Martinique, Calabria… She is co-founder of the multicultural and multidisciplinary project CinemAmbulante.
Being a woman is still complicated in the times we live in. In the 21st century, we are still being decided for us; we are still adapting and molding ourselves according to our environment. In this garden starring women that I have captured in the piece created by Manuel Fernandez, you can read hidden words that cry out: freedom, justice, respect for our life and our existence. Thoughts illustrated in red and black that I hope will invite us to reflect.