"Coalescing Geometries", a solo show of Lorien Suárez-Kanerva's paintings, was curated by Dr Milagros Bello in Miami Curator's Voice Art Projects. A Retrospective of her work titled "Coalescing Geometries" won First Place in Non-Fiction at the 2019 International Latino Book Awards.

Suárez-Kanerva has exhibited in NYC at Anita Shapolsky Gallery, "Precious Gems" show, and in "Stratosphere" curated by Priska Jushka and "I AM A WOMAN," curated by Noah Becker, Dr Milagros Bello and Terrence Sanders, at Lichtundfire Gallery. 

In Southern California, she was part of "Refraction," a three-person show with Charles Arnoldi and Roland Reiss curated by Leslie Brown at the Riverside City College, Quad Gallery, and the Riverside Art Museum in '"Beyond Heritage", a curated exhibition by Andi Campognone and Peter Frank.

Her artwork appears at numerous International Art Fairs, including Art Basel SCOPE (Switzerland and Miami), the European Cultural Center at the Venice Biennale, alongside other cultural and educational centers, including Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton Museum of Art, and the Engineering Department at Cory Hall in UC Berkeley.

Suárez-Kanerva has a bi-cultural American and Venezuelan heritage. She has a BA (High Honors) from UC Berkeley and an MA (Cum Laude) from the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven, Belgium. Additionally, she pursued post-graduate studies at the Universidad de Salamanca and ESADE in Barcelona, Spain.