Maria Celeste Alonso
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Celeste is a freelance journalistic and documentary photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her works is mainly focuses on gender, social and current issues.
She studied Photojournalist and Documentary at the Photojournalists Association of Argentina. After finish this career she continued her education in workshops and courses with Jocelyn Bain Hogg, Juan Travnik, Walter Astrada, Julieta Escardó, Maya Goded and Claudí Carreras.
Her work has been published by different media such as Crisis Magazine, Brando Magazine, Cosecha Roja, PoyLatam Magazine and NPR. And her photographs have been used for different campaigns of CELS (Center for Legal and Social Studies - Argentina).
In her daily work she covers politics, corporate, cultural events and current affairs.
She was selected to participate in the 20 Photographers 2016 camp, Tlacotalpan, Veracruz, Mexico, and She was awarded with a scholarship to participate in the Native Festival in Quito, Ecuador, 2017.
Celeste participated with part of "The social life of things (The Dress)" in the collective show of Native Agency at the Lumix Festival, Hannover, Germany, 2018.
She is part of Rueda Photos Collective and with the long-term project on gender violence and femicide they were selected as the best portfolio at the Argentina Photography Biennial in Tucumán, October 2018.
Her video essay "Rio" was selected to participate in the Festival of Photography in Bahía Blanca, Argentina. 2019.
She was granted with a scholarship to participate in the Women Photograph Workshop Quito, Ecuador 2019.
She is part of the Native Agency group exhibit “A Changing Environment: an Exhibition” in collaboration with German NGO Grun Berlin. 2020
Her work "Chicas Roller" is part of the Photo Exhibition Youth & Sport: The power of Resilience. Lausanne, Switzerland 2020
She is a member of Native Agency and Women Photograph international platforms.
- Breaking news
- Still life