Graduated from the School of Fine Arts and Psychology at University of Córdoba Her works develops a narrative discourse predicated on reflections around social, political, and religious oppression in a non-linear interpretation of history.
She has participated in biennials like: Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh, 2020; Site Santa Fé (USA); Biennial of Montevideo 2014_2020. She was awarded Azquy Prize 2020; First Prize for Visual Art Federico Klemm in 2016. She has made individual and group exhibitions in institutions and galleries, including: Art Center Pompidou, Paris; Kadist Foundation , San Francisco, Federico Klemm Foundation. Her works are part of numerous public collections: Reina Sofía Museum and ARCO Foundation, Spain; Museum of Contemporary Art of Medellín, Colombia; Kadist Foundation USA; Museo de Arte Moderno Buenos Aires, amongst others.
Liliana Angulo Cortés
Artist of African descent. She has a specialization in sculpture at the National University of Colombia, a Master of Arts at the University of Illinois, Chicago and a Master of Anthropology at the Universidad de los Andes. She has worked in different regions of the African diaspora seeking to contribute to the struggles of Afro-descendant communities using collective strategies and a critical art practice. Her artistic practice encompasses multiple media, performative practices, cultural traditions, historical reparations, and collaborative work with social organizations. She has solo and group exhibitions in Colombia and internationally. In parallel, she works as a teacher and also as a promoter of memory and Afro-Colombian community art.