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About Veronica

Veronica Fernandez (1998) is a mixed media artist based in New York and Los Angeles who creates work that discusses relationships between people and their environments. Frequently using personal memorabilia and experience as a canon for her pieces, Fernandez discusses the various ways we perceive our ever-fluctuating memories over time and the atmospheres around us. Using colorful, large scale canvases with varying textured surfaces, paint is used as an expressive vehicle to highlight themes of disconnection, impermanence, and reconstruction, meanwhile putting a focus on the alternative realities we are apart of and enter when reflecting on our past and present. Veronica has recently graduated with her BFA in Fine Arts at The School of Visual Arts and is currently working in Los Angeles, California.


“Disconnect” C.R.E.T.A., Rome, Italy, May


“Chromaphilia/Chromophobia” SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York City, February, Groupshow

“Chromatophores” SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York City, September, Group Show

“I Put My Faith In My Temple” Thierry Goldberg, New York City, October-November, Virtual Solo Show


“De Lo Mío” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, February-March, Groupshow

“Viewfinder” Thierry Goldberg Gallery, NYC April-May, Groupshow

“The New Contemporaries II” Residency Art Gallery, Los Angeles, April-June, Groupshow

“No Vacancy” Monti8 Gallery,  Latina, Italy , August, Groupshow

“Summer Camp” Tchotchke Gallery, New York, August-September, Groupshow


Selected Interviews

A conversation between Thierry Goldberg Gallery and Veronica Fernandez

Conversations on Culture #22: De Lo Mío Part II

An Interview Q & A with Los Angeles Based Coast to Coast Artist


Veronica Fernandez
May 1998
Norfolk, VA


B.F.A. Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts. 2020
New York, NY
School of Visual Arts off campus studies. Rome, Italy

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