The atmosphere, color, texture, sensations, space inspire me to create landscapes
My main interest is to capture the atmosphere through the graphic register of nature. Oxide is a metaphor for perishable humanity, thus making visible the ephemeral matter .
Krysia González was born in Mexico City on January 1, 1992. She obtained her degree on Visual Arts on the Facultad de Artes y Diseño of the UNAM (Faculty of Arts and Design of the National Autonomous University of Mexico), 2009-2014), and her Master Degree in Visual Arts at the same institution. In 2015 she made a research stay at the Master Artistic Production in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2015-2016). She has taken part in collective exhibitions such as the "X Bienal del Sureste" Joaquín Clausell "(Ex temple of San José. Campeche.2013) , "Parametro "2da Bienal Lumen (Museum of the City of Mexico 2016.) She has also worked in individual exhibitions , among the most outstanding are: "Mare Crisium" at the Museo Naval de Veracruz ( México, Veracruz 2016). "Crónicas de panoramas" Gallery ARCA México (Museum of Tequila and Mezcal 2016), "Intangible Landscape" (Antonio Ramírez Gallery, FAD.UNAM 2016) Among the scholarships and mentions she had obtained, the most outstanding are the Young Creators, granted by the National Culture and Arts Fund (FONCA) 2016-2017. In 2015 she obtained a Research Stay Scholarship, granted by the UNAM. On 2012 she was awarded with the Honorable Mention in the First Landscape Painting Biennial Luis Nishizawa. Among her most remarkable projects are the production residence she made at the CRIA (Residences and Artistc Investigation Center) in Ensenada B.C in 2012; the development of the "Parallelism Project" where she made graphic records on the coasts of Spain and Morocco and developed it at the Complutense University of Madrid. 2015 Currently she lives in Mexico City and continues to carry out individual and collective projects.