Inés Cardó (b.1999) is a Peruvian/Spanish artist based in London. Her practice explores the concepts of diasporic identity and the body archive, with a special focus on the colonial legacy of the Global North in Latin America, and the embodiment of these experiences of struggle and resistance. She likes to observe unconscious, everyday actions among migrant communities and portray them as active forms of history subversion. Her work has been exhibited and included in the public programmes of the Whitechapel Gallery, South London Gallery, and La Casa Encendida, among others.


inescardo3@gmail.com


Education

2021 - Chelsea College of Arts: BA Fine Art

Collections

2023  

The Feminist Library The Knowledge of Taste (2022)

Liberate Collection, Goldsmiths University Library | The Knowledge of Taste (2022)

2021  

UAL Art Collection | Fingers Become Knives (2021) and Things You Should Know (2020)

Exhibitions, Commissions & Fairs

2024

- Paris Ass Book Fair | Palais de Tokyo (Paris, FR)

- Libros Mutantes Madrid Art Book Fair | La Casa Encendida (Madrid, Spain)

- बंधन Bandhan | The Art Gallery - Ahmedabad Ni Gufa (Ahmedabad, India)

2023

- It All Starts With A Thread | Whitechapel Gallery (London, UK)

- Libros Mutantes Madrid Art Book Fair | La Casa Encendida (Madrid, Spain)

2022

- London Spanish Book Fair, spoken word performance | The Crypt (London, UK)

The Knowledge of Taste, commissioned by Latin Elephant in partnership with South London Gallery | South London Gallery (London, UK)

- Through the Crowd, curated by Jo Collective | Greatorex Street E.1 (London, UK)

2021

- Finding Home, curated by Tate Collective for Late at Tate Britain | Tate Britain (London, UK)

- Fine Art Degree Open Studios | Chelsea College of Arts (London, UK)

XHBIT, curated by Arts SU | online showcase

2020

- Safety Blanket performance, curated by Oxford University's Fine Arts Society | Wadham College (Oxford, UK)

2019

Collage & Identidad | La Casa Encendida (Madrid, Spain)

El país de los tuertos 2019 | Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid, Spain)

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