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Becky Jaraiz is a talented Spanish illustrator and painter who holds a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. She furthered her education in Münster before relocating to Berlin. In Berlin, she began showcasing her work at various art centers, exploring themes related to identity, migration, and gender. Her artwork delves into issues of structural violence, power dynamics, and the coexistence of contradictions.

Jaraiz’s preferred mediums include watercolor, acrylic, oil, charcoal, and engraving. Her unique artistic style combines overlays and impulsive brushstrokes that blur the lines between abstraction and figuration. In 2019, she provided illustrations for the documentaries “Ausencias” by Alicia Elero and “What the hell is going on?” by Marta Jaenes and Rosa Márquez. Additionally, she has collaborated on cultural projects and curated collective exhibitions such as “Boys will be boys”, “Abstand”, “Pusstopia”, and “Not Your Marilyn”.

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