Erika Lujano

Erika Lujano

Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico

About Erika Lujano

I am a visual artist from Mexico. I work with Cyanotype (old photographic technique) applied to pieces of author and personal work.
Currently all my artistic production is developed from the Cyanotype, old photographic process that is a photosensitive emulsion. This technique has led me to various alternative materials to experience the possibilities of image production in textiles, wood, glass or paper.
I have always been very interested in the experimentation of manual techniques and in visualizing them as the vehicle to be able to make your own voice tangible, as well as to create from several techniques to achieve multidisciplinary pieces, working together. I use textile elements, natural dyes, botanical prints to create two-dimensional pieces but sometimes I also need to move to the three-dimensional and create pieces of art object with wooden boxes or recycled books that become receptacles of artistic pieces.


2011 - Master of Arts. UAEM, Cuernavaca, México.

2008 - Bachelor of Arts with a Especialization in Photography from the UAEM, Cuernavaca, México.


SOLO Shows
Kallfu, Enhebra Gallery, Roma Norte, Mexico City.

Insectario, Celoffán gallery, Cuernavaca, México.
Compendium, BACO Gallery, San Ángel, City of

Animal Facility, University of the Valley of Mexico, Campus Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Metamorphosis, Barecito Gallery, Historic Center of Cuernavaca, Morelos.

Memories of an Identity, La Casona Spencer Museum, Cuernavaca,
Morelos, Mexico.

Reliquary, El Manojo , Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.

Collective exhibitions (selection)
Miradas en Femenino, Mulafest Ifema Feria de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

Feminasty, Siqueiros Public Art Gallery, Mexico City.

Exhibition of Artist's Books, Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) of the UNAM inside
from the Book and Rose Fair, Mexico City.
Double Instant, Result of the II FotoEnsayo 2010 Training Program. José Gallery
Hernández Delgadillo, Pachuca, Hidalgo.
Process 730, Museum of the City, historic center of Cuernavaca, Morelos.
Arte40, National Center of the Arts, Mexico D.F.