Once one of Latin America’s richest countries, Venezuela attracted immigrants from across the globe. Those days are long gone. Now, Venezuela is on the brink of collapse, forcing thousands of residents to escape, often exchanging their professional careers for precarious lives abroad. Sol Calero, who lived abroad for the majority of her life, has since sought to understand issues of identity especially informed by her own migration from Venezuela. Not shying away from appropriation and implementation of stereotypical Latin American imagery, she explores what it means to be a Latin American artist.