Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales

Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales, Fiesta en America (Party in America), 2019. Courtesy of 80m2 Livia Benavides Gallery. Photo by Juan Pablo Murrugarra

Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales, From the series “Sets”, 2019. Courtesy of 80m2 Livia Benavides Gallery. Photo by Juan Pablo Murrugarra

Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales, Fiesta en America (Party in America), 2019. Courtesy of 80m2 Livia Benavides Gallery. Photo by Juan Pablo Murrugarra

Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales (b. 1987, Lima, Peru) is a multidisciplinary artist working with textiles, installation, video and drawing. Taking up elements from vernacular celebrations and the show business, she has developed a particular language that questions the power regimes naturalized by artistic modernity. She was recently part of the Art Explora and Cite des Arts Residency Program, in Paris the Bienal Saco and Atelier Mondial Residency Program in Basel,2022.

Her recent solo shows include: Plató América, in collaboration with Jaime Oliver, MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI); Fiesta en America, ICPNA, Lima; UNAP, Many Studios, Glasgow International Festival, Glasgow, 2016. She has taken part in numerous group shows, most notably: 22 Biennale of Sydney, Nirin, 2020; Ars Electronica 2020; Weavers of The Coluds, Fashion and Textile Museum, London; El Desastre es para siempre, Museum of The City of Queretaro, Mexico. Her work has been published in:77 Peruvian Contemporary Artists (2017) and Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction (upcoming).