Born in 1995, Carri Fernanda grew up in Mexico City. After graduating with a degree in Architecture, she moved to NY, where she started to feel an enormous connection to art. This is when she taught herself to paint and draw. Under the influence of artists like Louise Bourgeois, she has been inspired by confessional art. Combining its visual cleanliness with phrases of an intentional revelation of the private self. Carri’s oeuvre is an intimate demonstration of recurring themes in her life and journey. Her new work includes sculptures, ceramics, and drawings, reflecting different periods of her career. Often biographical, her work explores themes including family, self-love, and fear. After exhibitions in Mexico City and New York, Carri will present new works in Europe this year.

Fullscreen Video
A video of Carri painting