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This piece is titled: "fireworks". Usually, in the United States, the Fourth of July is an awe inspiring event with massive bangs and explosions over cityscapes, or fields, or seaside, wherever you may be. But this was a lazy summer, hanging out in a calm lake, with friends. Only a few explosions disrupted the silence that night, and the burst of light against the calmness of the water, and the mysticism of the sky, made for a quiet, serene, moment.

"Catalina Aranguren was born in Bogotá, Colombia and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She began her studies at the Instituto de Diseño de Caracas in Venezuela. She moved to Chicago to study photography and design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her BFA. Before she graduated, she did a semester at the Spéos Photographic Institute in Paris. Catalina Aranguren is a latinx woman, immigrant, artist, curator, community organizer, and social justice warrior based in Jersey City, NJ for the past 20 years and actively involved in enhancing and promoting Jersey City’s vibrant arts culture. Her work is in private collections across the United States, Australia, Italy, Colombia, and Chile, among others. She is currently raising three bilingual, bicultural, biracial and bustling boys with her husband and their giant dog."

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The EVERY WOMAN BIENNIAL is a celebration of: uplifting women, non-binary artists, creating opportunities, encouragement, connection, community, inspiration and love. Bringing together established artists alongside hundreds of emerging artists, some showing for the first time. The Biennial launched in NYC in 2014 by founder C. Finley, originally under the name, The Whitney Houston Biennial, as a way to provide a platform and exposure for more female artists.

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This piece is titled: "fireworks". Usually, in the United States, the Fourth of July is an awe inspiring event with massive bangs and explosions over cityscapes, or fields, or seaside, wherever you may be. But this was a lazy summer, hanging out in a calm lake, with friends. Only a few explosions disrupted the silence that night, and the burst of light against the calmness of the water, and the mysticism of the sky, made for a quiet, serene, moment.

"Catalina Aranguren was born in Bogotá, Colombia and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She began her studies at the Instituto de Diseño de Caracas in Venezuela. She moved to Chicago to study photography and design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her BFA. Before she graduated, she did a semester at the Spéos Photographic Institute in Paris. Catalina Aranguren is a latinx woman, immigrant, artist, curator, community organizer, and social justice warrior based in Jersey City, NJ for the past 20 years and actively involved in enhancing and promoting Jersey City’s vibrant arts culture. Her work is in private collections across the United States, Australia, Italy, Colombia, and Chile, among others. She is currently raising three bilingual, bicultural, biracial and bustling boys with her husband and their giant dog."

vertical_splitAbout Every Woman Biennialexpand_more

The EVERY WOMAN BIENNIAL is a celebration of: uplifting women, non-binary artists, creating opportunities, encouragement, connection, community, inspiration and love. Bringing together established artists alongside hundreds of emerging artists, some showing for the first time. The Biennial launched in NYC in 2014 by founder C. Finley, originally under the name, The Whitney Houston Biennial, as a way to provide a platform and exposure for more female artists.

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