Reincarnation 2020

Throughout time, catholicism has taught us that God created men to be above all other living creatures, to use them as we may, whenever possible. However, I’m more inclined to believe in the oriental teachings, that nature and humans are one and the same. This artwork represents that belief.
Oil on cotton paper
90×70 cm

I come from the belly, not from the rib 2019

This work represents the stigma that was generated towards women due to our role in catholicism teachings.
Oil on cotton paper
70×90 cm

Nest of Roses 2019

My room, the place where I live most of my days. It can be my safe-haven or the darkest pit of hell. This space carries memories that have tainted the walls and washed its floors. This is one of them.
Oil on linen paper
83×62 cm

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Camila Orleansky


Camila Orleansky is a visual artist from Mexico City. She finished her career as an architect in 2017, and since then she has become a full-time artist. She explores her own identity through photography, painting and digital drawings. Her work has been showcased in Feria Arte 10, Festival Dimensión, Mexicraneos 2018 and Ovalo Gallery.

Her work has been published in LANDUUM, Flamantes Book of Art and Metodo.

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