A BFA major in Visual Communications from the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines, Kara de Dios channels a light aesthetic that echoes the works of Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano to delicately examine issues of femininity, the female form, and motherhood. A minimalist approach characterizes her oeuvre, contrasting haunting imagery within sparse landscapes in a technique that is nuanced without being overly complicated.
De Dios recently exhibited at Art Fair Tokyo last March, and will be holding a one-woman exhibition at Galerie Stephanie in August.
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