Hydrane is a multidisciplinary Franco-Peruvian Urban artist and architect. Her work is influenced by pre-Columbian archaeology, architecture, and urban art. Using a wide variety of techniques, her pieces are fascinating translations of emotions through lyrical forms and communicating colors in harmony with the place and the urban space dedicated to them.

Born in 1988, Hydrane lives and works in Paris. She developed a passion for drawing as a young child. After graduating from the Paris-Belleville School of Architecture in 2015, she decided to create bridges between her knowledge of architecture and her artistic practice, bringing them together through different mediums. Between almost nanoscopic designs and geoglyphs 175m long, she adapts to all media and scales with a mastery of the appropriate techniques.

She produced her first murals in Brazil in 2017 and has a passion for large-format creations. She was soon collaborating with cities such as Saint-Denis, Aubervilliers, and Le Mans painting murals. She has painted murals for associations (Les 3 Murs, Pixoasso, etc.) and institutions (Cité de Refuge, Paris 13th arrondissement). In 2018 as a resident of 6b, a collective of artists, Hydrane participated in the Venice Biennale, the leading exhibition for contemporary art.

Beginning in June 2021, Hydrane’s work was featured in the exposition prix d’art urbain Pébéo at Fluctuart, she painted an enormous mural in Montpellier, she participated in Street Art Avenue Season 5, and created NFTs of the 36 works in Méli-Mélo her solo exhibition in Paris. This year, she also collaborated with the haute couture house Louis Vuitton where she was the first to bring street art into the luxury boutique interior setting.