Teresita Fernandez is active/lives in New York, Florida. Teresita Fernandez is known for installation.
Teresita Fernandez is currently working on her largest project, to date, a block long pedestrian bridge for the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, planned to open in 2006.
The installation artist was born in Miami, Florida and is currently working in Brooklyn. She creates minimal sculptures that are often inspired by earth, water or fire. Her pieces include "Vapor; Vesuvian; Waterfall; Dew; and Lava".
In 1997 the artist had a residency in Japan and in 1999 a fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. The artist was featured in several solo shows in 2003, but took 2004 off to create new work. In 2005 she will have several exhibitions.
Stephen Wallis, "In the Studio" Art + Auction, March 2005
In 2005 Teresita Fernandez was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship.
Source: Artnews, November 2005