Lulu Ladrón de Guevara’s abstract, mixed media work investigates light and space. A constant principal is economy – minimal use of line, shape, value and colour – and the relationship between the two and three-dimensional.
Ladrón de Guevara grew up in Mexico City in the 1960’s and ‘70’s. As a burgeoning artist she was influenced by Latin American Op Art and Geometric Abstraction movements, and by the art and architecture of Mexico’s indigenous civilizations.
Lulu’s work has been shown in museums and galleries in Mexico and Canada. In 2017 her work was chosen for the “XVII Bienal de Pintura Rufino Tamayo”, Mexico.
Ladrón de Guevara’s work is in private collections in Mexico, the United States, Canada and France.