Krysia González nace en la Ciudad de México el 1ro de enero de 1992
Krysia González was born in Mexico City on January 1, 1992. His work has focused mainly on making the registration in situ, an action that has great relevance in the creative process of his work, focusing mainly on the landscape genre and its edges. He graduated from the Bachelor of Visual Arts in the Faculty of Arts and Design of the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2009-2014) and also completed the Postgraduate in Visual Arts at the same institution. In 2015 he made a research stay at the Complutense University of Madrid at the Faculty of Fine Arts (Master Art Production, 2015 - 2016); He also made several artistic residencies at the Center for Residences and Artistic Research (CRIA, Ensenada B.C. 2012 and 2017). During his career, he has had the opportunity to participate in collective exhibitions such as "Creation in motion" FONCA 2017 (itinerant exhibition) "Rodin, Royal Talens 2017" (Museo Soumaya) "X Biennial of Painting of the Southeast" Joaquín Clausell "(Ex Temple of San José, Campeche.2013), "Parameter" 2nd Biennial of Lumen (Museum of the City of Mexico, 2016) He has also worked to show his work individually, among the most outstanding exhibitions is "Mare Crisium" in the Museum Naval de Veracruz (Veracruz 2016), "Chronicles of panoramas" Gallery ARCA Mexico (Museum of Tequila and Mezcal 2016) and the exhibition "Intangible landscape" (Antonio Ramírez Gallery, FAD.UNAM 2016) Among the scholarships and mentions that have obtained the most outstanding are: FONCA Youth Young Scholarship 2016-2017, in 2015 obtained the "Research Scholarship abroad (For the UNAM 2015-2016), Honorable Mention in the First Biennial of Landscape painting by Luis Nishizawa. Among his most outstanding projects is the production stay he made at the CRIA in Ensenada B.C in 2012; the development of the "Parallelism Project", where he makes graphic recordings on the coasts of Spain and Morocco and develops it at the Complutense University of Madrid. 2015 He currently lives in Mexico City and continues to carry out individual and collective projects.