Jessica Feldman (Jan. 2021)

Artist Bio

Born in Ohio 1972 lives and works in Mexico City. 

Graduated from veterinary school in mexico but studied art at the same time, after a while she decided to fallow her passion of art. 

She has received many awards in Mexico, including; first prize in museum Jose Luis Cuevas 2017, in Taiwan at Art Taipei and in United States Atim Prize, received at the Mad Museum NY. 

Her collectors are from México , United States and Europe and include Gabriel Garcia Marquez (R.I.P.) and the Latin American museum in Barcelona. 

The idea of movement and playfulness with the spectator makes her work unique. She uses kinetic art and geometric figures and interlocks the human figure. It takes them to an idea sometimes fragmented and sometimes hole. She creates a perspective of the surroundings in an unconventional way. 

 The spectator is crucial because they are the key to conclude the piece. 

The use of women in her artworks sends a personal message and the nakedness is the reflection of the purest form. 

The idea from its origin, with no poses or locks. A human in its simplest way. 

She uses oil, mixed techniques, photograph, mirrors, acrylic and wood. 

With exhibitions in Mexico, United States, Europe and Asia. 

Some include: Zona Maco, Torre Mayor Presidencial, Jose Luis Cuevas Museum, Bicentenial Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Mexican Senate, Mexican Lottery, Secretary of Foreign Relations, Museum of the Cultures of Oaxaca, Spectrum Miami, Latin American Museum California, New York galleries on 3 occasions, Mexican  Catalan Cultural Association in Barcelona,Zero gallery London, Josue Pais Garcia cultural house in Cuba and Chan Liu museum in Taiwan.