Camila Lobón

Camagüey, Cuba, 1995

Camila Lobón is a visual artist born in Camagüey, Cuba, in 1995, who uses drawing as a fundamental expressive resource. She graduated in Visual Arts from the Superior Institute of Art (ISA) in Havana in 2019, after obtaining her diploma from Vicentina de la Torre Provincial Academy of Plastic Arts in Camagüey in 2014. She has worked as a general coordinator at the Hannah Arendt Institute of Artivism (INSTAR). She is recognized for her graphic column “Epizootia” in the digital magazine Hypermedia Magazine and her collaboration with writer Katherine Bisquet in Rialta’s column “Putas Presas.” Additionally, she is a member of the Anima collective.

She has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Cuba, Norway, Spain, the United States, Argentina, Germany, Austria, Canada, and Czechia. Lobón’s work has won her praise for its unique style and focus on social and political issues.

Throughout her career, Lobón has demonstrated her commitment to activism and human rights in Cuba, using art for criticism and reflection.

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