Pedro Reséndez is an emerging artist who was born and raised in Mexico City. His work develops his vision about Mexican identity and denounces the social discrepancies of his culture. All of his pieces propose a meeting point between two realities: the European and the indigenous. To achieve this, he explores themes such as ancestral Catholic traditions juxtaposed with indigenous images, violence that converges with social hierarchy, and cultural memory displayed through brutalism, among others. At 18, Pedro received a scholarship to attend Interlochen Center for the Arts, the most recognized arts boarding school in the US. During this study period, he obtained various awards and recognitions, including a national silver medal awarded by The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Upon his return to Mexico, he had the opportunity to participate in the International Baccalaureate Visual Arts course. Pedro is currently focused on continuing his studies at the School of the Arts of Universidad Anáhuac México in conjunction with Central St. Martins (UAL) in London.