Lorien Suárez-Kanerva has exhibited her artwork in several solo shows: “Geometric Verve” curated by Terrence Sanders, Los Angeles, and “Coalescing Geometries” curated by Milagros Bello at Curator’s Voice Art Projects in Miami, Florida.

A Retrospective of Lorien’s work titled “Coalescing Geometries” won First Place in Non-Fiction at the 2019 International Latino Book Awards.

Ms. Suárez-Kanerva’s artwork has formed a part of curated group shows, including “I AM A WOMAN” in NYC, co-curated by Milagros Bello, Noah Becker, and Terence Sanders featured in WhiteHot Magazine, and “60 Americans,” at the Makeshift Museum in Los Angeles.

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

Lorien has a bi-cultural American and Venezuelan heritage. She has a BA High Honors in History from UC Berkeley. Her graduate work in Europe includes an MA (Cum Laude) from the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven, Belgium, History at the Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, and in Business Administration at ESADE in Barcelona.