Arturo Herrera is a visual artist working with notions of identity, migration, and food. He has received his BFA from the University of Windsor in 2012, and a Photography degree from the New York School of Photography in 2006. Arturo’s most recent project includes Daily Bread, with the participation of artist Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge to work alongside migrant workers in Leamington, Ontario; a project to be developed in the upcoming months. His work has been shown in festivals across North America; at Nuit Blanche 2012 (Toronto), CONTACT Photography 2011 (Toronto), Winnetka Chicago Modernism Show (Chicago), 2005. Arturo was born in Honduras, Central America and he has lived in the United States and Canada; he currently lives in Windsor.