Charlie Perez-Tlatenchi (b. 1994, Brooklyn, NY) is a New York based interdisciplinary artist constructing compositions of refuge from fragmented histories and cultural narratives. His practice often uses photography as a foundation and weaves through collage, music and writing. The work focuses on the gaps found between history and daily life through the filters of displacement, Mexican Revolutionary history, and popular media. Raised in a first-generation working class environment, he often reflects upon this experience in his investigation of the everyday that is developing and thriving in the shadows of globalization. Charlie is also the founder of Pastel Voids, a record label dedicated to the dispersion of music self-conscious of cultural production in a seemingly post-regional world.

Charlie received his BA in Studio Art from Reed College in 2017, and is a current MFA candidate at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College (Class of 2023). His first solo exhibition Descendente (La Ley Del Monte) opened in September 2021 at haul gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Charlie has also participated in group exhibitions at: haul gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2020); FLUC, Vienna, Austria (2019); Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR (2018); Canada Gallery, New York, NY (2017).