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Verónica Losantos

Mostly based on her personal experiences, Verónica Losantos focuses her work on the mechanisms of past processing and memory, and about the relationship between photographic and psychological processes. In addition to the merging of documentary and conceptual photography, the diverse and experimental use of photographic material is also important to her. As a result, various visual styles and technical elements are often combined in the presentation of her subjects. Her work has been exhibited internationally and she has received several awards as the Talents 36 by C/O Berlin; the Young Art Prize La Rioja 2020, the Kunstpreis Fotografie Berlin Brandenburg Lotto 2016 and the Foro PHOTOESPAÑA – Comunidad de Madrid “Hacer” to name a few. She has been also finalist of the Kassel Photobook Dummy Award and the European Photography Award among others. In early 2020 she finished a Masters Degree in Photography & Design at the FH Bielefeld and is now living and working in Berlin.

1/1 Exhibition: Unbinding Histories

In 2022, a group of artists from different parts of the world gathered in Arles for a residency program led by renowned photographer Antoine d’Agata. They used photography and archival materials to explore the complex concept of identity and address pressing social issues. The result is an exquisite blend of voices, colors, and points of view that challenges us to reflect on, empathize with, and relate to the intricate fabric of our shared human experience.
The artists in this exhibition come from a variety of countries and backgrounds, and their work celebrates multicultural identities and explores a wide range of socio-cultural and political issues, such as immigration, post-colonialism, gender, and freedom. The exhibition reflects on the difficulties of living between cultures and developing an identity within borders by inviting the viewers to reflect on their own experiences of isolation, loneliness, insecurity, and vulnerability, and encourages them to develop empathy and understanding across borders.


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