BIO

BIO
Monica Lozano is a Mexican American photographer born in El Paso, Texas and raised across the border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Lozano received her Masters Degree in Photography from Escuela Universitaria de Artes y Espectaculos TAI in Madrid Spain. Her work has been selected for various international photo competitions and grants. In 2011 Lozano finished the Photo Global residency at the School of Visual Arts in New York on a presidential scholarship. Lozano's elegant and socially charged portraits have been exhibited in Italy, Spain, Germany, France, Seoul, Indonesia, Portugal, Tunis, Chile, Greece, Morocco, Mexico and the United States. Lozano has been featured under the “One To Watch” article in American Photo Magazine and Columbia Journalism Review selected her for the “20 Women to Watch” list. Lozano also collaborated with 2011 TED Award winner JR and his Inside Out Project in Mexico where she helped coordinate and organize a massive action around the world called Be The Change, she was also featured in the Inside Out documentary at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. Lozano's most recent exhibition was for the Museum of the Image in Mexico, Foto Museo Cuatro Caminos from the Pedro Meyer Foundation, she was selected for the opening exhibition as part of the best of Latin American photpgraphy. International press has placed Lozano as one of Mexico's contemporary photographers.