Ecuador 1987. Vera Primavera vive y trabaja en Ciudad de México; de formación arquitecta, es pintora y tatuadora autodidacta. Su práctica artística utiliza la pintura mural en donde cuestiona la representación gráfica de la mujer en el espacio público; el tatuaje como acto performático capaz de hackear la realidad explorando el empoderamiento del cuerpo y las vivencias del ser a través de la fuerza simbólica del ritual y la pintura en lienzo como exploración íntima de su vida cotidiana.

 

Desde el 2015 su trabajo ha estado concentrado en el muralismo de gran formato, pintando murales en múltiples ciudades entre ellas: Lyon y Saint-Dié-des- Vosges en Francia; Chihuahua, CDMX y Monterrey en México, Bogotá en Colombia, Quito, Ambato y Cuenca en Ecuador, Trier, Limbach-Oberfrohna y Mühldorf en Alemania; Viena en Austria, Esch-sur- Alzette en Luxemburgo, New York y Harrisburg en USA, Loures en Portugal y Helsingborg en Suecia.
 
Vera actualmente colabora con el proyecto de radio por internet Radio Nopal como parte de la junta directiva y como curadora del espacio de galería.

Vera Primavera lives and works in Mexico City; she is an architect, self-taught painter and tattoo artist. Her artistic practice uses mural painting where she questions women’s representation in public space; tattooing as a performative act capable of hacking into reality by exploring the empowerment of the body and the experiences of being through the symbolic force of ritual, and painting on canvas as an intimate exploration of her daily life.

Since 2015 she has concentrated his work on large-format muralism, painting murals in multiple cities including: Lyon and Saint-Dié-des-Vosges in France; Chihuahua, Mexico City and Monterrey in Mexico, Bogotá in Colombia, Quito, Ambato and Cuenca in Ecuador, Trier, Limbach-Oberfrohna and Mühldorf in Germany; Vienna in Austria, Esch-sur-Alzette in Luxembourg, New York and Harrisburg in the USA, Loures in Portugal and Helsingborg in Sweden.

Vera is also a cultural producer, member of Central Dogma collective, with which she has produced and directed the GRAFFF Public Art Festival, one of the most important public art festivals in Ecuador, for 10 editions.

She is a speaker in talks and colloquia related to his artistic work and the graffiti movement as she did in the 6th EARQ International Congress of Architecture at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador.

Currently Vera is collaborating with the internet radio project Radio Nopal as part of the board of directors and curating the gallery space.