Micaela McLucas is a native of Los Angeles and currently working worldwide LA/NYC/LDN. Her colorful work straddles the fine art and commercial worlds and is known for challenging traditional attitudes of the female gaze through it’s intimacy.


Raised between Los Angeles and Argentina, and consequently living in New York, Paris and now London, Micaela formed a hyper-awareness of outsiderdom, the need to define her own roots and a feeling of always being lost in translation. Her work has transformed this into aesthetic experimentation as a form of personal reflection.


Micaela spent two years working with photographer/director Rankin, where she

mastered every facet of developing global campaigns from start to end & honed in those skills in her current freelance life. She's produced commercial & editorial collaborations for Marriott, Pepsi, Rolls Royce, Refinery29, Adidas, and L’Oréal and her work has appeared in magazines including Condé Nast Traveller, I-D, Exit, Autre, & Office, among others.


Commissions, image licensing, commercial portfolio, or any other enquiries : micaelamclucas@gmail.com

EDUCATION

  • 2013- Licence Arts Plastiques, Université Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris
  • 2010 - Foundation in Painting, Art Students League, NYC
  • 2008 - Painting/Photography Santa Monica College, Los Angeles
  • 2006 - BFA Fine Art Cal State University, San Francisco

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  • 2019 October, "Love & Loyalty" St. Pancras Hotel, London
  • 2017 May, EXIT Sid Motion Gallery London
  • 2015 June, solo show "Cirrus" Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2015 January, "18 percent" Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2015 November, "Lost Love" SuperMassiveBlackHole Dublin
  • 2014 August “Inside/Out” Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2014 May “Process” New York City
  • 2014 May La galerie Soufflot, Paris
  • 2008 October “International LA Photographic Art Exposition” Santa Monica

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  • Pepsi, Marriott, Adidas, Rolls Royce, Liu Jo, Condé Nast Traveller, Vice, L'Oreal, Samsonite, Ninjatune Records, Refinery29, Dunhill, Port Magazine, Sony Music

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