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Through this body of work, I try to reflect on the path I must travel from chaos to order, in search for the equilibrium in my life.

Working with soil is an act full of symbolism and meaning. Soil stores memories, it gives me a sense of identity and belonging.

Through soil, as a metaphor of the substance we human were created from, I try to understand the meaning of my existence.





Lorena Lazard is a Mexican artist. She holds a master degree in Sociology and later on studies art in the USA.

Her work has been shown in various museums including MAD NYC, Metal Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum, Craft and Folk Museum LA, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft,Estonian Museum of Art and Design, Museo Jose Hernandez Argentina, Sociedad Nacional de Bellas Artes Portugal. In México at the Museo de Arte Moderno, Franz Mayer and Museo Tamayo.

Her work has also been selected to participate in the art fairs “Schmuck 2017” Munich, “SOFA” Chicago and “Sieerad” The Netherlands.

Her pieces have been published among others in Metalsmith and Ornament magazine, and in the 500 Lark books series.

In 2018 she won second place at the Latin American Biennale of Contemporary Jewelry in Argentina.

In 2013 organizes and co-curate the show “La Frontera” in the Franz Mayer Museum in Mexico. In 2018, she co-curated “La Frontera” Encounters Along the Border” at the MAD NYC.

She is the creator of the school “Atelier Lazard”.

Since 2021 is the Coordinator of the Contemporary program at the University Centro in Mexico City.

Where to Buy

Work is not available for sale through the SNAG website. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about making a purchase.