Laura Mosquera received her M.F.A. from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999. She solo exhibitions include the Domus Atrium (formerly Contemporary Art Museum) in Salamanca Spain, Feigen Contemporary Gallery New York, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, moniquemeloche gallery, Savannah College of Art & Design, Bodybuilder & Sportsman Gallery and Rosefsky Gallery at Binghamton University. A permanent installation of paintings has been installed at the Archer Heights Branch Library commissioned through the City of Chicago Percent for Art Program, and 8 billboards of her paintings continue to be exhibited at the Red Line Subway station at Chicago Ave. and State Street sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art and the CTA's Adopt a Station Project. Her work is in the collections of both the Museum of Contemporary Art; The Art Institute of Chicago and the Domus Atrium in Salamanca Spain. She was a Professor and Chair of Painting at the Savannah College of Art and Design for 6 years. She has completed residencies at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts; the Hambidge Center and the Ragdale Foundation. She currently has a solo exhibition in New York at the Yard and preparing for a solo exhibition at the Victorian gallery in Bourbannais, IL. She lives and works in the Bronx, NY.