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Selma Fernández Richter

Selma Richter black and white portrait

Selma Fernández Richter is a Mexican visual artist based in Minneapolis. Her work explores personal reflections and narratives that examine the degrees, values and intersections of living and working as an immigrant, artist, mother and member of a bi-cultural family. Selma has received several grants and awards, including the McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship and two Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grants. She has exhibited at many diverse venues, such as Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the Minnesota Museum of American Art. Her work is featured in the Museum of Fine Arts collections, Houston, the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Nuevo Leon Center for the Arts in Monterrey, Mexico. Her photographs were also featured in the exhibition and book, “Women behind the lens: 100 years of photographic creation in Mexico, 1910-2010.”