Linda Paúla Marcos is a New York based female artist of Peruvian and Guatemalan descent. An underlying theme of vulnerability and ephemerality in her work is found through her focus in exposing visual analogies, idiosyncrasies, phobias, stigmas, irony and anachronism. The destruction of something depicts these dispositions as a tool of becoming self aware. Her art is a manifestation of these influences.Like that of a fly on the wall, the sense of subtle presence is a reoccurring subject in her work.
Ms. Marcos is co-founder and assistant art director of The Blank Canvas Collective. She has recently shown in collaboration with Laundry Lung Collective, earning mention in digital art magazine; Superchief.Tv. This past summer she has also taken part in "Figure Fragments" held at The Coin Locker during the Bushwick Open Studios weekend. Marcos has assisted and continues to assist well renowned artist, Julia Jaquette in exhibitions such as "Water, Liquor, Hair" which earned a review in The New York Times .