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We live in a moment where social networks are in our day to day and where immediacy makes us look for new channels and ways to disseminate our work.

Date: Friday 2

Schedule: 11h a 15h

Place: Casona MAUA, Montevideo.

Price: Submissions closed

New platforms to visualize projects

One of the greatest challenges of a photographer is to know and explore his/her personal language in a sea of individual experiences. The workshop seeks to help participants to work on their narrative capacities within the contemporary context where social networks take on a leading role in the visibility of your work.

We live in a moment where social networks are in our day to day and where immediacy makes us look for new channels and ways to disseminate our work.

This workshop is for people interested in developing personal projects. Photography can help us verbalize feelings and experiences that we previously were unable to speak. The trip as a metaphor, whether we move from one place to another or take a travel attitude in our own environment. Ways of narrating adapting them to social networks.


Christian Rodríguez

Christian Rodriguez (Montevideo, Uruguay) explores themes related to gender and identity, working with communities all over the world. Currently, he is developing two main long term projects: “Teen Mom,” about teenage pregnancy in Latin America, and a personal project on Realismo Mágico (Magical Realism), the Latin American literary trend. His work has been published internationally, and has been published internationally, including National Geographic Magazine, American Scientist, Nature Conservancy Magazine, The New York Times, The Guardian, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, El Mundo and others. In addition to his work as photographer he is creator and director of Internationals Photo festival in Uruguay.

He has been awarded the Roberto Villagraz Scholarship of EFTI (Spain), Nuevo Talento Fnac (Spain), Ojo de Pez Human Rights First Prize (Spain) and Getty Instagram Grant 2016 among others. Rodriguez gives workshops and lectures in Latin America and Europe. Member of Prime Collective ( He is a photographer, contributor of National Geographic. He became a 2017 TED fellow.

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Watch his TED talk here:

Daniella Zalcman

Daniella Zalcman (b. 1986) is a documentary photographer based in London and New York. She graduated from Columbia University with a degree in architecture in 2009. She is a multiple grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and a fellow with the International Women’s Media Foundation. She is also the founder of Women Photograph, an initiative to elevate the voices of female and non-binary visual journalists.

Her work tends to focus on the legacies of western colonization, from the rise of homophobia in East Africa to the forced assimilation education of Indigenous children. Her ongoing project Signs of Your Identity has been recognized with the 2017 Arnold Newman Prize, a 2017 RFK Journalism Award, the 2016 Magnum Foundation Inge Morath Award, and the 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award.

Daniella’s work regularly appears in The Wall Street Journal, Mashable, the BBC, and CNN, among others.

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