Patricia Cazorla is a visual artist working with performance, video, installation, painting, drawing and printmaking, and living in New York City since 1995. Cazorla has participated in museums exhibitions such as Hammond Museum and Stroll Garden, North Salem, NY; El Museo del Barrio’s 4th Biennal / The (S) Files, New York; El Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, San Juan; El Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas. Cazorla’s work has been included in national and international venues. Her work has been reviewed in El Diario La Prensa, NY Arts Magazine, Arte Al Dia, El Nacional, El Universal, CNN Mexico, Daily News Special issue and Art Nexus. She is a former artist-in-residence at Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ and recently she has been awarded with Aljira Emerge 11 fellowship program and she is a grantee of NALAC (Nat’l Association of Latino Arts & Culture) 2013 NFA Artist/Ensemble Project Grant. She studied at the Art Students League and Pratt Institute. Finally in 2003, Cazorla founded Galería Galou in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. An unconventional space dedicated to promote emerging local and Latin American artists.