Andrea Villalón was born in Uruapan Michoacán in 1995. Graduated from the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving “La Esmeralda” of the Bachelor in Plastics and Visual Arts. Her body of artistic work focuses on the exploration of self-portrait, sadness and everyday life with media such as photography, painting, text and sculpture.
"I think of my paintings as movie scenes in which I am a character. I am interested in doing an exercise of self- knowledge through them, which can function as a time capsule that refects the objects that surround me, the people that accompany me, and the real or mental circumstances in which I live. The scenes are like a journal in which I sublimate myself. I like to think that there is something universal in what I represent, that the symbolical meaning of my work does not speak only of me but also of my generation."