Arturo Herrera is an artist based in Detroit, Michigan. Herrera explores issues across national boundaries, including the politics of race and language, borders, and sexuality. He received bachelor's and master's degrees in fine art in Canada, at the University of Windsor, with concentrations in sculpture, photography, and performance art.
Herrera’s most recent presentations include; VOYAGER: Migrational Narratives, at the EMERY Community Arts Center, in Farmington, Maine, at the VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK, in Venice, Italy, and Untergeschoss Der Pandora Gallerie, in Berlin, Germany.
Previously, his work has been presented at the Detroit Historial Museum, as part of the show Looking For America, an event organized by the New American Economy, American University School of Public Affairs, and CuriosityConnects.us. And at the University of Michigan as part of Border Control, The New Media Caucus, Symposium, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.