Tatiana Parcero

(1967, Mexico City) Master in Arts with Specialization in Photography by New York University & International Center of Photography, USA and Degree in Psychology UNAM. Nature and the human body have been the conductive thread of the work of it. She through photography she explores them as a symbolic territory to relate several ideas as identity, memory, space and time, covering topics related to personal processes where the body serves as a metaphor of the private and the public. In recent years she works on several projects that include: images that reflect on the impact of climatic changes and the importance of preserving natural resources, as in photographic records of feminist struggle in various places in Latin America. Since 1989 she has exhibited extensively in individual and group samples in museums and galleries around the world and her work is found in prestigious public and private collections. She has received several prizes for her works in photography and video among those who highlight: 2019 creation scholarship, National Arts, Argentina Fund; 2011-2014 National System of Art Creators, Fonca, Mexico; 2010 1st Place, Art and climate change contest, Mexico Arts, CD. Mexico; 2008 2nd Prize, National Hall of Visual Arts, Argentina; 2007 Acquisition Award, The Museum of Latin American Art, Molaa, Long Beach, CA, USA. She has two books published, Natura et Corpory (Artist Book) edited by Arts & Graphics, CD. From Mexico (2017) and cartographies, edited by Arts of Mexico (2008).