Through stereotyped figures, such as the cowboy, Ana Segovia reflects on masculinity and the sociocultural conventions that arise around. Her paintings, full of cinematographic and literary references, show her interest in the performatic aspect of masculinity, as well as the formal influence of painters such as Hockney, Schutz and Bacon.

She studied a BFA at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, where she specialized in painting and drawing. Among their individual exhibitions they highlight It’s not what it looks like, in FUEGO (CDMX, 2018); Boys and Boots in LTD (Los Angeles, 2017); A Boy Named Sue, in Karen Huber Gallery (CDMX, 2017); Shee has participated in various collective exhibitions such as Everyday Muse, curated by John Edmonds in LTD (Los Angeles, 2018); I am no bird, in LTD (Los Angeles, 2018); Why? Why? Why? Curated by Maximiliano León and Abraham Gonzalez (CDMX, 2017); In the Company of Flowers in Kruger Gallery (Chicago, 2016); Group Show at SAIC Sullivan Gallery (Chicago, 2016); Advanced Pain, in Cry Baby Gallery (Chicago, 2015); Model Town, within the Pullman Festival (Chicago, 2014). | In the studio (Glasstire)