Karina Skvirsky is a multidisciplinary artist that works mainly with photographs, video, and performance. She is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Art at Lafayette College, Easton PA. She frequently has solo and group exhibitions in the United States and Latin America in both galleries and museums. She has participated in various biennials including the Cuenca Biennial, which was curated by Dan Cameron in 2016 and the São Paulo Biennial in 2010. She has participated in numerous residencies and received multiple grants. Currently, she is in the production phase of a new project, “How to buld a wall and other ruin” that is being funded by a 2019 Creative Capital (NY, NY) grant. Her work can be seen in fairs such as ARCO Madrid, NADA Miami or PArc Lima, where she regularly exhibits with the galleries that represent her. Her work is included in the following collections: Urbes Muatantes, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the SFMOMA, the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as numerous private collections.