photographer/visual artist


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La buena esposa

No estuve allí
Happy life




_Currently: artistic research (pre-doctoral) at EAPA [Advanced estudies in artistic productions] program, Faculty of Fine Arts. Universitat de Barcelona, UB.
_Master Produccion and artistic research, Fine Arts, UB, 2017.
_Photography at Superior High School of Art and Disseny Serra i Abella, EASD SiA, 2002.
_Bachelor degree History of Art. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, UAB, 1999.


_”La buena esposa”. Photobook. Foto Colectania, Barcelona, 2018.
_“No estuve allí”. Photography. Sala Nòmada, Barcelona, 2017.
_“ttb_a.l. 3f 1P, a.f. 5f 6P”. Audiovisual with Adela Framis. Festival Loop, Espai Capra, Barcelona, 2014.
_”Persona”. Audiovisual in collaboration with Diego Mallo, Galeria Meeatings23, Barcelona, 2013.
_“Happy life”. Photobook. The Private Space, Barcelona, 2013.
_“Utopias posibles”. Photography. Museu IVAM, Valencia, 2012.
_“Migraciones. Un planeta en movimiento”. Photography. La Casa Encendida, Madrid, 2011.
_“Bosnia in transit”. Photography. Festival Inund'Art, Girona, 2008.
_“La mina”. Photography. Sonimag Foto, Barcelona, 2007.
_“Ghana 2003” Photography. Suburbe collective, Espai Barcelona, 2004.
_"Quan estaras eixuta?” Photography. XII Bienal d'Art Contemporani Sant Cugat. 2003.
_“Los ruidos del silencio” Photography. Casa Golferichs, Barcelona, 2003.
_“Les aigües de la memòria” Photography. Primavera Fotográfica, Sala Almazén, Bacelona, 2002.


_Co-Art director: “En frontera” (publication) by Marco Noris, 2018.
_Collaboration with different media and organizations such as Le Monde Diplomatique, Pallassos sense fronteres and the Akwaba Foundation.


_Shortlisted. DOCfield Dummy Award Fundació Banc Sabadell. La buena esposa Fotobook, 2018.
_Shortlisted. “All self-publishing”. The private space. 2013.
_Shortlisted. XII Bienal d'Art Contemporani Sant Cugat, 2003.



a visual essay that explores the tension between duty and desire during the franquismo    

Between 1939 and 1975, the franquismo, hand in hand with the national catolicismo, encouraged a model of a women that permeated a society based on the ideal of woman-mother-wife; rules and attitudes that were imposed along almost four decades were taken as normal, usual or natural.
This project is a personal approach that links the pattern-making exercise guided by the regime, with the memories and stories of eight women (Araceli, Felisa, Encarna, M ª Àngels, Montse, Madalena, Úrsula and Elen), through the interpretation of their own personal photographic archives.


Shortlisted, V DOCfield Dummy Award Fundación Banc Sabadell, 2018.
Exhibition, FotoColectania, Barcelona, 2018.

© 2019 Ana Lorente