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The work of Argentine/American photographer Elisa Ferrari explores humanity’s relationship to nature, including issues of oppression, minority cultures, migration and climate change. Her fascination with telling these stories comes to life in images that imbue not only a sense of place and landscape, but also a f… Read More
The work of Argentine/American photographer Elisa Ferrari explores humanity’s relationship to nature, including issues of oppression, minority cultures, migration and climate change. Her fascination with telling these stories comes to life in images that imbue not only a sense of place and landscape, but also a feeling for daily life, ritual, and community.

Ferrari was recently nominated by the National Geographic Blue Ribbon Panel for the Fulbright-National Geographic fellowship as an alternate and her work has been featured in several online and print publications, including PBS, Lenscratch, Sony World Photography Organization, Fotovisura, Visual-Culture, La Carte Blanche, the Austin-American Statesman, Chevrolet, Gramophone, Moholy Ground, Road and Track, New Music Box, and New Music Coop, among others. Her photographs have been displayed at the Los Angeles Center for Photography and the Kiernan Gallery. Read Less
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