“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.”
— Jonathan Swift
Susana Aparicio Lardiés is a photographer from Huesca (Spain) based in Haarlem (The Netherlands).
Between 2016 and 2018 she graduated in "Social Photography. The camera as a tool for social research" taught by the University of Philosophy and Letters of Buenos Aires, Argentina ", under the direction of photographer Andrea Chame.
Susana Aparicio Lardiés, 1973, born in Huesca, Spain.Resident in the Netherlands.
Her photography begins to play a more professional role as of 2014, after the selection of several of her photographs in competitions and her exhibition in Spain.
In 2015 she exhibits in San Nicolás, Argentina, the first photographic series of her individually in the Calamo gallery. Since 2016 she has been part of the photographic collective Visual Huesca, Spain and the INDEX of Femgrafía.
After her graduation in social photography she has continued to exhibit individually and collectively in different galleries and digital platforms.Her work has been published in different digital magazines such as El Septemtrión (Mexico); collective virtual exhibitions, such as “Stop and Follow” at 206 Arte Contemporáneo (Tijuana, Mexico), digital platforms as Femgrafía and virtual conversations through photography on digital platforms such as Women in Photo.
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