Carolina Ceca (Spain, 1979) is a Tokyo-based visual artist, art historian and graduate of the University of Salamanca. Having lived and studied in Europe and later in Yokohama and Tokyo since 2005, she has developed her own artistic style influenced by Japan, Spain, Morocco and Italy. The emotions evoked by living in different countries have permeated her artwork which are characterised by a combination of Japanese aesthetics and a Western approach to drawing.
At the heart of Carolina's latest works is a sensitive analysis of the human condition, expressed through her confessional approach; by immersing herself in her personal experience, she strives to communicate universal concepts through her visual language.
Her solo exhibitions also include: Embassy of Spain in Japan, Instituto Cervantes Tokyo, Santa Maria de Melque Historical Site in Spain. She has participated in various group exhibitions, including: Royal Palace in Cagliari, Italy, and ESTAMPA Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid, Spain.
Carolina is honoured to be a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce).