Camila Rodrigo


Lima, Peru, 1983

Camila Rodrigo works with photography, sculpture, and installation to reflect on the effects of erosion and wear, focusing on the idea of progress as a (de)construction, a contrast between past and future. Her images examine the passage of time, the transformation of the natural space parallel to the reorganization of society. Rodrigo studied Photography at the Centro de la Imagen in Lima, Peru. In 2009, she did a Master in Photography and Visual Arts at Naba University in Milan, Italy. In 2010, she was selected as part of Regeneration: 70 best young photographers around the world, created by the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, and later was a finalist in the Lacoste Elysée Prize. In 2014, she did the Master’s Mal de Foco: Latin American Photography at Centro de la Imagen in Peru. Her projects have been exhibited at the National Museum of Lima, in Peru; the Museum Rosphoto in St. Petersburg, Russia; the Musée de L’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the Palais de l’Árchevéché in Arles, France. She has also exhibited her work in galleries in Lima, Mexico City, London, New York, Amsterdam, Barcelona, and Milan, among others.

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Solo exhibitions

2017 | Topografías Insostenibles | Celaya Brothers Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

2014 | Simulacro | Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2014 | Naturaleza Perpendicular | El Ojo Ajeno, Lima, Peru

2013 | Metales Pesados , Mentiras Cordiales | Santiago, Chile

2012 | Simulacro | Witzenhausen Gallery, New York, US

2011 | Mentiras Cordiales | El Ojo Ajeno, Lima, Peru

2009 | Simulacro | El Ojo Ajeno, Lima, Peru

Group exhibitions

2016 | Todo en Orden. Colectiva No.3 | Celaya Brothers Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

2016 | Comprart | Museo de la Nación, Lima, Peru

2015 | 45 Fotógrafas Peruanas | Centro cultural Inca Garcilaso, Lima, Peru

2015 | Colección Jorge Villacorta | Centro Cultural Ricardo Palma, Lima, Peru

2015 | Piel de Tierra | Sala Luis Miroquesada Garland, Lima, Peru

2015 | Aterritorial | El Ojo Ajeno, Lima, Peru

2014 | El placer es más grande que la victoria | Art14 London, London, UK

2013 | Expedición Amazonas | Galería Pancho Fierro, Lima, Peru

2013 | ReGeneration | Museum Rosphoto, St. Petersburgo, Russia

2013 | Nuit des images | Musée de L´Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland

2013 | El territorio: los ámbitos, las moradas | Art Lima, Lima, Peru

2012 | Intersecciones | Wu galería, Lima, Peru

2012 | Mundo dado… | Galería John Harriman, Lima, Peru

2012 | An insight into Latin American Photograph | Jan Mulder Collection Les Recontres d´Arles 2012 | Palais de l’ Árchevéché, Arles, France

2011 | El placer es más grande que la victoria | Tasneem gallery, Barcelona, Spain

2011 | Summer group show | Witzenhausen Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherland

2011 | Latin America | Edel Assanti Gallery, London, UK

2011 | Re Generation photographers of tomorrow | Galería Carla sozzani, Milan, Italy

2011 | Re Generation photographers of tomorrow | Aperture foundation, New York, US

2010 | Mash Up | Centro cultural de España, Lima, Peru

2010 | Re Generation photographers of tomorrow | Festival of Arles, Arles, France

2010 | Re Generation photographers of tomorrow | Musée de L´Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland

Awards and mentions

2014 | Salón de Fotografía del IPCNA

2010 | Member of Regeneration, photographic project created by the Elysée Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland.

2010 | Lacoste Elysée Prize.

Collections

Juan Mulder, Lima, Peru

Eduardo Hoeschield, Lima, Peru

Jorge Villacorta, Lima, Peru

Fola, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Education

2015 | Master Contemporary Photography, Centro de la Imagen, Lima, Peru

2010 | Master Photography and Visual Arts, NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milan, Italy

2008 | Photography, Centro de la Imagen, Lima, Peru

2006 | Journalism, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Lima, Peru

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