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Biography

Lolita Eno urges us to reconnect with our ancestral relationship with nature and envision its evolution. Her work transcends the boundaries of art, fashion, and biology, constantly exploring the interplay between Mother Nature and the digital experience, challenging conventions. With an impressive track record, she has been a finalist in the prestigious BMW awards, considered among the most relevant in the art world in Spain. Furthermore, she has been honored with the Vogue Italia Prize and supported by influential figures in the industry, such as Kanye West. Lolita has presented two solo exhibitions at Arco Art Fair Madrid, and in 2017, she became the first artist to be represented as an avatar in Spain. Later, she collaborated with Didu, participating in both Paris Fashion Week and their “Lost in Translation” campaign. In her work, Lolita doesn’t seek to transform one thing into another but rather to unite opposites, transforming models, sculptures, clothing, and even her own image. Her exhibitions in iconic places like Shibuya, Tokyo, where her art covered the city’s screens, and mentions in renowned magazines like Metal Magazine and Glamcult, and MTV SPAIN bear witness to her enduring impact on the worlds of art and fashion. In summary, Lolita embodies a constant transformation that inspires the exploration of new dimensions in art.