Luz Carabaño (b. 1995, Maracay, Venezuela) lives and works in Los Angeles.
She received her BFA Studio Art, New York University (2017) and recently completed her MFA in Painting and Drawing, University of California, Los Angeles (2022). Solo exhibitions include, (2022) sombras, Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico; (2022) rastros, Larder, Los Angeles, CA; Unfoldings, april april, Brooklyn, NY; an echo, a shadow, a shape, New Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; (2019) Ni Aquí, Ni Allá, Dimensions Variable, Miami, FL. Group exhibitions include (2022) Cove(r), in lieu, Los Angeles, CA; of this world (two-person with Sydney Acosta), CASTLE, Los Angeles, CA; A Minor Constellation, Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer, Make Room, Los Angeles, CA; Glower, Larder, Los Angeles, CA; Reimagined Landscapes, Calderón, New York, NY; Mid Trip, Winton’s, Los Angeles, CA; Fragments (two-person with Annette Hur), Shin Gallery, New York, NY; (2021)Vignette, False Cast at BRUCE, Los Angeles, CA; El papel aguanta todo, Capitulo 5 (refugio), Diablo Rosso, Panama City, Panama.