At only 27 years, Fernanda Feher has a breathtaking professional experience.
For the past 7 years she’s been living in NYC and has worked with great names like the Brazilian Janaina Tschäpe.
Her work has obvious influence in Gabriel García Márquez’s “Magical Realism”, mas well as in the Harajuku Kids from Japan (a destination she visits every year) and artists like Aya Takano and Yoshimoto Nara. Plus, do you see a bit of the dearest Frida in her paintings.
Fernanda’s studio is inside an old (and I though particularly “spooky”, but super cool) pan factory in Williamsburg. Well, she had warned me: “It’s a stinky old school studio in Brooklyn with several friendly bugs in some corners.” That’s EXACLY what it’s like!
Oh, her studio has the most amazing view of Manhattan’s skyline and is shared with amazing artists like the Dutch artists Gerben Mulder e Sebastiann Bremer and the American, David Kramer that recently has a show at the Pompidou in Paris. Not bad “studio neighbors”, right?
Recently back from the Biennale di Venezia, Fernanda is working in a few new projects and will soon showcase them, so stay tuned for the date and time!
Photo Credit: @lifebylufe