Estefanía Viyella, born in 1992 in Veracruz Mexico, finds drawing and painting to be tools that allow her to deconstruct her surroundings in order to forge a meaningful connection between herself and the world around her. Through her work, she doesn't aim to merely reflect reality as it is, but rather, by reconstructing it, she uses it as a metaphor to explore her own identity and determine her stance in the face of reality.
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Americas in Puebla. In 2018, her artistic prowess and vision earned her the Young Creators Program scholarship in the Painting category from the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA). Throughout her career, she has taken part in several collective exhibitions that highlight her talent, such as "Correspondences" at the Faculty of Arts and Design of UNAM, "New Skin for an Old Ceremony" at the Karen Huber Gallery in Mexico City, "Creation in Motion" at the Four Caminos Photo Museum, also in Mexico City, and "Another Job, Another Works" at Espacio Cabeza in Guadalajara.
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