Rebeca Olguin is a Mexican visual artist born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, in 1979. Her favorite media are drawing and painting, but she also does digital art and, very recently, installation. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Language and Literature by the Nuevo Leon State University. As a visual artist she is autodidact, although she has taken several formal art workshops and courses.
Her work has been selected to be part of juried group and solo exhibitions in Mexico and the United States. In 2009 she moved to Brooklyn, New York, where she has had the opportunity to share her work in different galleries and venues. In 2009 she was selected to participate as an artist in the Traveling Immigrant Art Exhibit, a project that is still on tour in the New York tri-state area, at different venues. On July 2010 she participated as one of the curator-artists for a multimedia show entitled Liminal Bodies, which explored the artistic process as a live, multi-faceted cross-pollination experience among different individual artists.
She is currently working on her last drawing series, some of which are part of the Nodalart Collection, and collaborating as an illustrator for different book projects.