Natalia Villanueva Linares French Peruvian Artist graduated with honors from the Fine arts school of Paris. She currently lives in Chicago and works between North + South America and Europe. Her work has been shown in two major exhibitions at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Paris. She also exhibited at the Sala Miro Quesada Garland in Peru, the Collège de Bernardins in Paris and La Graineterie (FR). She collaborates with DPM gallery in Ecuador, Wu Gallery in Peru and Dohyang Lee Gallery in Paris. In 2022 she had her first solo show at the Museo de Arte de San Marcos in 2022 as well as Comfort Station in Chicago.
Natalia is also a cultural worker, she co-founded the non-profit organization Yaku in Peoria IL. She is the former Director of the artist-run mini mansion High Place and founder of the magazine Ukayzine, created to promote international cultural exchanges through visual Arts. Natalia contributes as a bilingual translator for Sixty Inches From Center, with her series “Desde los Archivos” and recently inaugurated with Sixty the critic program CANJE in her studio Fortuna, an exploration in cultural criticism.