Josefina F Moran was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina but currently lives in Brooklyn NY. 

Her focus has been portraiture as a way to discover the identity of the people she photographs. Through her work she seeks to explore intimate relationships, as she does in "Tati": portraits of her mother. 

In her ongoing project with teenagers she aims to capture the identity of the adolescents she meets and takes us through a  psychological exploration of what she observes.

Her work was exhibited at the Latin American Fine Art Competition at Agora Gallery in NYC and has participated in several group and solo exhibitions.

She taught photography in her native Buenos Aires and has worked with photographer Harvey Stein teaching workshops during the celebration of Carnaval inArgentina.

Before becoming a photographer Josefina had a successful career as a make up artist.She worked with artist Cindy Sherman in her feature film “Office Killer” as well as with top directors and production companies in her hometown of Buenos Aires. 

Solo Exhibitions.

2015 Umbrella Arts NYC.

2014 Spy Pond Photo Space Northern Ireland. 


Awards and Honorable Mentions.

2019 Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. Honorable Mention.

2018 The Latin American Fine Art Competition. 


Group Exhibitions.

2019 East Village Art View, New York City.

2019 A Smith Gallery,Johnson City, Texas.

2019 Mid West Center for Photography,Wichita Kansas.

2019 Black Box Gallery, Portland Oregon.

2019 LAPhotocurator.

2019 F STOP Magazine. Online exhibition.

2019 Photo Place Gallery. Middlebury,Vermont.

2018 The Latin American Fine Art Competition. Agora Gallery NYC.

2018  Spy Pond Photo Space. Northern Ireland.

2018 Connections Four Visions. Umbrella Arts NYC.

2018 Let there be  Light and Shadow.Umbrella Arts NYC.

2017 F- Stop Magazine Online Exhibition. 

2016 F-Stop Magazine Online exhibition.

2010 Nano Festival de Fotografia. Buenos Aires.

2009 A photograph of New Jersey. 

2008 Prix de la Photographie de Paris, Honorable Mention. 

1999 Espacio La Catedral. Buenos Aires.

1998 Buenos Aires Biennal. Buenos Aires.


Publications.

2019 The Photo Review.

2015 Musee Magazine.

2009 The Photo Review.

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