Vale Arendar


Argentine-mexican photographer born in 1994. Photography studies at the Escuela Activa de Fotografía (2013-2015) and a major degree in Social Communication by the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (2014-2018). Specialized studies in Photographic Production (Centro de la Imagen, Mexico, 2019-2020). ​ In 2021 she won first place at Intersection - PhMuseum. Also she was a finalist in the PoyLatam 2021, where she received an Honorable Mention in Nuestra Mirada category. In 2020 she was a finalist in the Phmuseum 2020 Woman Photographers Grant where she received an Honorable Mention in the "New Generation" category. Participated in different expositions like: U-Tópicas gallery (Mexico, 2019), Feminasty (Mexico, 2019), Feminist Art Collective (Canada, 2020), Tbilisi Photo Festival (Georgia, 2020), Indian Photo Festival (State Gallery of Art, India, 2020), Photo Vogue Festival (Italia, 2020), PEP - Photographic Exploration Project (Germany, 2021) and in different countries like Guatemala, Canada, Georgia, Germany, India and Italy. Obtained the second place in the National Photography Competition in Human Rights (2019). In 2018, published six palindromen in the magazine "Otros Diálogos", edited by El Colegio de México. In 2020 she was nominated by Yolanda Escobar Jiménez for the 6x6 North And Central America Talents by the World Press Photo. Her work is part of digital platforms such as PICS, Index - Femgrafía, and Hydra + Fotografía.

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