Donna Huanca


Donna Huanca is a Bolivian-American contemporary artist living in Berlin. Her interdisciplinary practice evolves across painting, sculpture and performance, exploring the human body in relationship to space and identity through her unique visual language. Starting with performance art, Huanca creates scenic and immersive environments populated with paintings and sculptures that echo the painted bodies of her performers. Working primarily with the nude female body, while at the same time concealing it beneath layers of paint, Huanca draws attention to the skin as a complex surface though which we experience the world around us.

Her work is part of international private and public collections such as The Zabludowicz Collection, The Marciano Art Foundation, The Rubell Family Collection and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection, to name a few.

Exhibitions with L V H
Selected Work
Cara de pato, 2018 Oil on digital print on canvas 200 x 160 cm | 79 x 63 in
to be titled, 2018 Painting - Oil and acrylic on digital print on canvas 200 x 160 cm | 79 x 63 in
PAEDOPHRYNE AMAUENSIS, 2018 | Oil, sand on digital print on canvas