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Katya Gardea Browne

Katya Gardea Browne is a Mexico City-based artist with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and an MFA from Yale University. Her practice incorporates a vocabulary of video installation, sculpture, and painting, raising questions of positioning and materiality as well as a constant concern with the body, architecture, and cross-cultural contexts. She has shown at Museo Experimental el Eco in Mexico City, SAFI Santa Fe Art Institute, Kunsthalle Berlin-Lichtenberg, Architecture for Art Gallery, Museo de la Ciudad de México, and Dumbo Arts Center, among others. Her recent show at Art Laboratory Berlin was part of her socially concerned practice and research. She is currently living between Mexico City and Berlin.


Artist Katya Gardea Browne Interviews Critic Ludwig Seyfarth

It’s difficult to give a general answer to this question. Mainly I like art that is concerned with the real problems of the world, that shows a personal viewpoint and has an emotional impact. I also think all good art has to be convincing in its form and aesthetics.


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