Tania Lombeida Miño (1980)
Multidisciplinary artists, she completed a Masters in Artistic Creation: Contemporary Realisms and Treatment of Environments, at the University of Barcelona. She graduated in Fine Arts at the Universidad Central del Ecuador, and in Restauration and Museum Studies at the Universidad Tecnológica Equinoccial. She co-funded the art collective La Emancipada, with which she manages the Annual Meeting for Arte Mujeres Ecuador (AME). She also manages the project ARCHIVAS & DOCUMENTAS_Mujeres, Arte & Visualidades Ecuador (Archives & Documents_Women, Art & Visibilities Ecuador) – an online data base about women artists and their work in the art systems. She worked as a consultant for the Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI) alongside MERCOSUR and the Argentinian Ministry of Culture, for the project Mapa de Residencias Artísticas del Mercosur (2017).
In 2013 she was awarded an academic grant by the Ecuadorian government to continue her postgraduate studies in art. She has been awarded the Grant Fund for Art and Culture Projects by the Ministry of Culture and Heritage of Ecuador (both for individual and collective projects) in 2008, 2016, and 2017.
Her published work includes: “Case of Study: Ecuadorian Women’s Art Venue” in Feminism and Museums vol 1 (2017); Archivas & Documentas: un espacio de enunciación para las mujeres artistas in Zoila (2018). ”Ecuador la Tierra y el Oro. Visualidades en resistencia: contacto-transferencia-interpretación de la cobertura mediática 1990-2014”, University of Barcelona (2014),
Her work has been displayed in various museums, cultural centres, and galleries in Ecuador and abroad (Germany, Venezuela, Spain).
Un ensayo sobre "la dormición de la Virgen"
(An Essay on the Dormition of the Virgin)
6 out of 8
Tania Lombeida Miño
Photoengraving on paper, 35 x 25cm
Los restos de Santa Cecilia (The Remains of Saint Cecilia)
Author anonymous. Oil on canvas. Monasterio de la Concepción. 18th (recovered from PESSCA) Century.
He took the woman to the estate and killed her using a machete, during the psychological forensic evaluation the man admitted to having beaten his spouse with a machete and said “that he had killed her like an animal”