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Education

  • Program of photographic projects 'Caminos conjuntos' organized by the Centro de Fotografía de Montevideo with Ruda Colectiva. Mentorship by Gisela Volá and curator by  Andrea Jösh. ( 2020 - 2021 / Ongoing ).



  • The New York Times Portfolio Review  (2019).

  • Fellow of Magnum Foundation's Migration Project Development Laboratory at Columbia University in New York City, United States of America (2018).

  • HEFAT training by International Women Media Foundation (IWMF) (2017).



  • Graduated from the Bachelor of Journalism at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP), (2010).


    Solo exhibition



  • Siempre estuvimos aquí, prologue 'Mistery of Disguised', Photoville Festival, New York City, USA, September 2021. (Coming Soon)


  • We have always been here, Chapter I ‘Coyolillo and the Mystery of the Disguised’. Central  Square in Puebla, Puebla, México, February 2020. 

  • We have always been here, Álbum. International FOTOCULTURA -LUNA 2019, Chía, Colombia, Octubre 2019.

  • Where is Moisés Sánchez. Border Urban Gallery, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 2019.

  • Last Day. Fototeca de Veracruz, Veracruz,  México, 2016.


Collective exhibition

2021


  • Siempre estuvimos aquí, prologue 'Mistery of Disguised', Exihibition on Streets in Fusagasugá, Colombia.



2020

  • Welcome to Intipucá City, We Women, Photoville Festival, New York City, USA.

  • We have always been here, Epilogue Journey to the Root, Los hijxs de la malinche exihibition Online by Mueganxs, Noviembre 2020.


2019.

  • We have always been here, Creation in movement, young creators FONCA, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico City, Mexico, 2019.

  • The Prophecy, final exhibition 20F at La Fototeca, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 2019.

  • We have always been here, Prologue ‘ Coyolillo and the Mystery of the Disguised’, Latin American Photographs, Bogotá Colombia, 2019.

  • El Último Día , Fantastic female construction, curated by Claudia Castelán at ArtBase Gallery, Puebla, Mexico. 

2018

  • We have always been here, Prologue ‘ Coyolillo and the Mystery of the Disguised’ , Africamericanos, exhibition curated by Claudi Carreras at the Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Welcome to Intipucá City, Another way home, Open Society Foundations Gallery, New York City, USA.

  • We have always been here, ‘Chapter I Coyolillo and the Mystery of the Disguised’ , Africamericanos, exhibition at the Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Mala Hora, finalist Photography Biennial of the Centro de la Imagen Mexico.

  • Last Day, Draft of an intervened body, ArtexArte Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2017

  • Mala Hora, VALONGO Festival, SP, Santos Brazil.
  • Last Day, Unveil and detonate, Mint Museum, Charlotte, United States of America.

2016

  • Mala Hora, Creation in Movement Young creators of the FONCA, Cuatro Caminos Museum Photo, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Mala Hora, Creation in Movement Young creators of the FONCA, Museum of the city, Querétaro, Mexico.

2015

  • Last Day, Unveil and detonate, FOTOMÉXICO Festival, National Arts Center (CENART).

  • Mala Hora, VALONGO Festival, SP, Santos Brazil.

  • Last Day, Ecole invitéss-Mexique, ALT + 1000 Photo Festival, Rossinere, Switzerland.

  • Last Day, Unveil and detonate, Foto España, Cibeles Photo Cultural Center Spain, Madrid, Spain.

  • Last Day, FOTOXRuben, Museum of Memory and Tolerance, Mexico City, Mexico.


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Teaching

  • This is not a pipe: rethinking contemporary documentary photography Workshop, Escuela Activa de Fotográfia, Mexico City, 2021.


  • Creative Documentary Workshop 5th week of photography at the University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 2019.

  • Creative Documentary Workshop at Batiente Creation Workshop in Querétaro, Mexico, 2018.

  • Mentor at the Trasluz Photo Documentary Laboratory (2016, 2017, and 2018) Veracruz - Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.


Curatorial and jury work

  •   Nominator of the 2021 profiles of the PICS Directory of the Centro de la Imagen in Mexico.

  • Curated the exhibition-Intervention Streets 'Generaciones: Pasado y Presente' of IMPrudencia Colectiva, San Salvador, El Salvador, 2021.

  • Curated Open Call Casas de Abuelas,  Valparaíso, Chile 2020.

  • Jury of Fotografas Latinoamericanas Award, on f the International Congress of  Women Photographers LATAM, Popayán, Colombia 2019.  

  • Documenta, photography exihibition on Mirar Distinto Festival, Xalapa, Veracruz, México 2018.

Artist Talk

  • Armar y desarmar, production and edition of photographic projects, Luz de Ventana Festival, organized by Migrar Photo, Santiago, Chile, 2020.

  • Participation in the International Photography Festival "Más que fotógrafas mujeres Luna- 2019" in Chía, Colombia 2019.

  • Participation in the V week of photography at the University of Guadalajara UDG.

  • Participation in AFRICAMERICANOS forum at the OPEN SPACE of the Bancomer Tower, Mexico City.

  • Participation in the Nineteenth Meeting of Photographic Libraries of the National System of Photographic Libraries at the table: Alternatives in the photographic practice together with Eymi Rosado, René Torres and Frida Bulos in Pachuca, Hidalgo.

  • Afrovisiones conversations with Abraham Nahón, Maya Goded, Luján Agusti, Hugo Arguelles and Yael Martínez at the Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Fosario, Research Center of the Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.

  • Develar y Detonar Forum, Centro Nacional de las Artes (CENART), Mexico City, Mexico. 

  • Photojournalism inForum Journalistic and documentary photography with Fernando Brito and Rodrigo Cruz, Mirar Distinto 2014, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.

Publication on Books

  • Africamericanos Book, edit by RM, Centro de la Imagen and Bancomer Foundation Septiembre 2019.
  • XVII Bienal del Centro de la Imagen Book, edit by Educal, 2018.
  • Another Way Home Book, edit by Open Society Foundations, 2018.
  • The Sorrows of Mexico Book, edit by Quercus Publishing, 2016. 
  • Imaginario book, edit by Televisa Foundation, 2016.
  • Develate and Detone Book, edit by  RM, Centro de la Imagen and Hydra+Fotografía Julio 2015.

Clients


  • California Sunday Magazine
  • Bloomberg News
  • Vist Projects
  • Centro de la Imagen
  • Agence France Presse (2011 - 2015)

Collections

  • Open Society Foundation (Global)
  • Centro de la Imagen (Mexico)
  • Televisa Foundation (Mexico)
  • Private collections

Koral Carballo

Koral Carballo ( b. Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico in 1987) She tells stories related to identity, violence and territory; dissolving frontiers between photojournalism and visual arts. She began her career as a photojournalist in 2009 and in 2016 she decided to leave the local media to investigate her own long-term projects. She is currently working as a photojournalist, documentary photographer, visual storyteller and freelance artist.
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