Citlali Haro (b. Mexico, 1991) is a Mexican artist who lives in Mexico City but grew up in the Sonoran Desert. Haro paints women – she examines them, listens to them, recognizes them. She began painting self-portraits in an accidental exercise of projection with her experience. The constant vibration of her characters is based on the frequency with which she experiences lucid dreams. Creation becomes a kind of necessity to protect memory in texts that serve as a preamble to the gesture. One of the most present themes in their work is the struggle with psychological disorders, existentialism, the constant criticism of domestic comfort and the metabolic disconnection with the outside.Haro has participated in group exhibitions in Sydney, Miami, Zona Maco, Mexico City, Querétaro and Monterrey.