b. Palo Alto California, USA, 1968. Lives and works in Paris, France.
Mexican artist Carmen Mariscal has a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts, Winchester School of Art, Winchester, UK and a postgraduate in Painting, Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London,UK. Her bachelor’s Degree in Art History, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Mexico.
Carmen Mariscal has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in the USA, Mexico, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, Russia, Malaysia and other countries in public spaces and private art galleries.
Memory, family history, fragility and confinement are recurring themes in her work. These themes are expressed in installations, photography, video, sculpture and theatre set designs.
Carmen Mariscal is the creator of the Installation El pueblo creador for the Mexican Pavillion, Expo Hannover 2000.
Carmen Mariscal. Calladita te ves más bonita (Quiet You Look Prettier), 2014. Lipstick, thread and gel-medium. 29.5 x 21 cm
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