Liz Hernández (b. 1993) is an artist from Mexico City who works primarily with topics related to her identity. In 2011 she relocated to the Bay Area to study product design only to find out that her true interest lies on the narratives we place on objects of our everyday.
She is forever concerned with the distance immigration takes us from where we were born, but also from the person we were living there.

Liz currently lives and works in Oakland, CA.

Selected Exhibitions

STAY CLOSE, group exhibition. Legion, San Francisco, CA

KNOW YOU, Athen B. Gallery, Oakland, CA

Winter Group Show, Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA

sun bath, duo exhibition with Ryan Whelan. Legion, San Francisco, CA


Prácticas de Campo, Casa del Lago, Ciudad de México, México

a pot is a pot is a pot is a pot,  duo exhibition with Ryan Whelan. Good Mother Gallery, Oakland, CA

Call It Home, Naming Gallery, Oakland, CA


Soft Bargain, Good Mother Gallery, Oakland, CA

La Tortilleria Horizontal, Ciudad de México, México


IMPACT Social Entrepreneurship Award 2015 , Center for Art and Public Life, San Francisco, CA


BFA Industrial Design. California College of the Arts, 2015