Anita Pouchard serra
Buenos Aires, CABA, Argentina
French-Argentinized visual storyteller, based in Buenos Aires Aires and working in Latin-America. Her work revolves around questions and territories that cross her personally, connected with current societal issues around identity, migration and territory with a transdisciplinary approach. She is an Emergency Fund by National Geographic recipient and a Pulitzer Center grantee ( 2020) She is a We, Women grantee, a MOVING WALLS fellow by Open Society Foundations and a IWMF grantee with the collective project “ Welcome to Intipuca City”. Her work has been published in Washington Post, TIME, The New York Times Lens, Bloomberg, Washington Post, Le Monde, Amnesty, Days Japan, Wired, Geo Magazine among others. She exhibited her work in Argentina, France, Uruguay, Mexico, Spain and USA.
2019 - We, Women Grant, 2018 - MOVING WALLS 25 Fellowship, 2018 - ADELANTE Grant by IWMF, 2017 - 5th Portfolio Review New York Times/Lens, 2017 - XVII Beca Roberto Villagraz/EFTI, 2017 - Fellowship ADELANTE / IWMF, 2016 - Prix Bayeux Calvados of War reporters, 2016 - Residence " 20 fotografos" Mexico
- Breaking news
- Video editing