Katia Fuentes' work focus on a personal scale, with socio-political and cultural underpinnings. Through her creations, she connects projected symbols on objects with the desire of exploring the different meaning of their relation. She has been living in the Mission of San Francisco since 1998, and participating in Solo and Group shows at: World Bank Art Program, Art Museum of the Americas, and Prada Gallery in Washington D.C., Maryland Art Place in Maryland, Nurture Art in New York City, Somarts SF, SF Photography Center, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, Fort Mason, Casa del Libro, Melting Point Gallery, and The Mexican Museum. Her Nursery Rhymes series is part of the World Bank art collection. Her Self-portrait as a Mexican Saint was published by Camera Arts magazine and in many local publications. Her artwork has been broadcasted by KRON4, Latin Eyes; Univision 14, The Matt Gonzalez TV Show and Postales USA, Canal 11TV. She is an artist in residence at the organization Project Artaud where she shows new work every year during SF Open Studios. She is also a contributor Writer and Photojournalist for many Spanish publications. Her blog FuenteseyeBlog publish photos and stories of Latino interest.