Armando Vega is a documentary photographer from the north of Mexico. 4 years ago he decided to leave the engineering to dedicate his life to photography. His projects have been presented in different places, including exhibitions in Sydney, Australia, in partnership with MAHICO and Sidney Latin American Film festival in 2013 and 2014. His work has been recognized at a national level in different contests.
Skills: human rights, culture, health, poverty, education, religion, traveling, art, environment, natural disasters, architecture.
Based in Mexico city.
2016 - Mas de 43 - MasterPeace, 2015 - Hilando la Memoria - CONACULTA, 2015 - Mezclando Tradiciones, 2014 - Mezclando Tradiciones
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Portrait of Guadalupe Lopez Miguel, 26, and her son, Martin Miguel Lopez, 1, inside her home. Guadalupe is a farmer and single mother. Yuku Nu Kaxin, Guerrero, Mexico, February 15, 2016.
Celebration of Easter Week in Munerachi, Chihuahua, Mexico, March 24, 2016.
Portraits of craftwomen from the municipality of Zinacantán, Chiapas, Mexico, August 7, 2013.