Juan Luis Landaeta (Caracas, 1988) is a multidisciplinary artist, attentive to the processes of creativity and innovation inside and outside the arts. He is a graduate of the Master's Degree in Creative Writing in Spanish at New York University, and is the author of the books “The Well-known Inheritance of Forms” and “Litoral central”. His solo exhibitions include Jardín Desierto, Brooklyn 2017; The Identity of the Line, Inter-American Development Bank, 2019; Unwritten, Mehari Sequar Gallery, 2019, and were all very well-received by the public in the United States. He has given talks and lectures focusing on imagination, and on the integration of literature and fine arts, at Emerson College and Georgetown University. He has been based in New York City since 2013.
He is currently working with the Venezuelan artist and maestro Jacobo Borges on a project about his work, thought and life.