Maria Luz Bravo

(Puebla, Pue 1975) Architect and Mexican photographer. She has a master's degree in Art of Corcoraran School of Arts and Design in New Media PhotoJournalism. The working body of it focuses on the exploration of the urban landscape to study the relationship between the built space, whether architectural or public space, and the different social phenomena that manifest themselves; Focusing mainly on cities in conflict, political-territorial limits, social inequality and community resilience. In her work María Luz has photographed the effects of violence in Ciudad Juárez, political and socio-territorial limits in Mexico City. Since 2013, she since 2013, she has lived in the United States, where she has documented socioeconomic contrasts in cities such as Detroit, Baltimore, New Haven, Harlem, Bronx and Deep South. The most recent project of it, a multimedia documentation where she studies the impact of the growing gentrification in Washington D.C. The work of it has been exposed in Mexico, the United States and Europe, is part of collections both in Mexico and abroad. Currently she María Luz lives and works in Washington D.c where she continues to develop documentary projects independently.