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I Am Half Sick of
Shadows

Jeanine Brito

£600.00
The Parting Gift

Jeanine Brito

£600.00
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£1600.00

Meet the Artist

Stefania Tejada

About

Stefania Tejada is a painter and textile artist born in a small town in Colombia. She has lived in Colombia, Mexico, the USA, Spain, and now she is based in Paris, France. Her studies include Fashion Design at LaSalle College in Colombia and Mexico and a series of courses and postgraduates in respect of photography, design, illustration, and communication. Through her art, she admires the power of modern women while also celebrating fashion and materials. Tejada’s artworks are often collaborative with fashion brands – including Nike, Adidas, and Cartier. Tejada calls her art an ‘Unequivocal wake-up call towards reconnecting with our origins’. Her Columbian heritage reflects in the vibrant colours ingrained in her works as well as local botanical motifs creating complex multi-layered compositions. Yet, her works' signature central focal point is a female figure intensely gazing back at the viewer. Her blank expression hides as much as it reveals, opening a dialogue between genders, but also cultures, fashion, and possibilities. Tejada’s intentions are clear – to demonstrate the power of women and the power of cultural origins. Tejada’s exhibitions include New York, Bogotá, London, and Paris.

Clients

  • Elle -
  • Carter -
  • Marie Claire -
  • Adidas -
  • Tumblr -
  • Facebook -
  • Urban Decay Cosmetics -
  • Lenny Letter -
  • Silvia Tcherassi -
  • Atelier Crump

Exhibitions

2021
  • Territorial Beings, Paris. In collaboration with Maison Kitsuné Group Exhibitions
2020
  • Benefit auction in cooperation with Sotheby’s Vienna
2019
  • Benefit auction pro Amazonia at La Cometa Gallery, Bogotá
  • Every Women Biennial at LaMama Galleria, New York
2018
  • Ello x Creative Debuts, London
  • Through the Eyes of the Artist, Liechtenstein National Museum
2017
  • Posture Magazine x Ello at Superchief Gallery, New York
2016
  • Trazos: Ilustrando Moda at Breve Gallery, Mexico City