ANDRÉS JUÁREZ TRONCOSO

Andrés Juárez Troncoso addresses through his photographic works several issues related to gender identity, gender expression, discrimination, LGBTQ+ phobia, HIV phobia, and femicides. He is continuously enquiring what it means to be human. He constantly tries to use his work to make visible those little-known realities that are part of our world.  Behind an artistic image, Andrés reveals a concern related to a topic affecting our society hitting the nail on the head awakening the consciousness of the audience who perceives his work.

He has received different distinctions, and has exhibited his work around the world.

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DISTINCTIONS

2021
  • Queer Spectra Artist Scholarship
2019
  • Best Of – Vogue Italia, web site
  • Finalist – Un Puño de Tierra, Revista Cuartoscuro, México
2018
  • Finalist – V Bienal de Arte Sacro, Galería de la SHCP, México
  • Recipient of the PECDA Scholarship – Chihuahua, México
2017
  • Winner – Latin American Fotografía 2017, Nueva York, United States
  • Finalist – V Bienal de Arte Sacro Contemporáneo, Monterrey, México
  • Shortlist – Texas Biennial 2017, United States
2016
  • Finalist – Nexo Foto, Spain
  • Honorable Mention – International Photography Awards, California, United States
  • Finalist – Paraty em Foco, 12 Festival de Fotografía, Brazil
  • Finalist – Transversalidades, Fotografía sem Fronteiras 2016, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Finalist – 2ª Bienal de Fotografía Oaxaca 2016, México
  • Finalist – XVI Concurso Fotográfico Internacional ONCE, Bilbao, Spain
2015

 

  • Finalist – ExperimentoBIO 2015, Internet

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2022
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  • Resistencia Cotidiana, Otra forma de ver. Complejo Cultural Los Pinos, Mexico
  • Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico. Works from the Bank of America Collection, El Paso, Texas
2021
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  • Luces y Sombras: Mexican Photography from the Bank of America Collection. Orlando Museum of Art
  • Freedom for Free,  Millepiani Exhibition Space, Rome Italy
  • Leboudoir2.0, Arles, France
  • Photo Saint Germain, Paris, France
2020
  • Lusted Men, Le Hasard Ludique, Paris, France
  • Photo IS:RAEL, Kikar Hamedina, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Trayectos de Escape, CC. Paso del Norte, Chihuahua, México
2019
  • Queer Forms, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minnesota, United States
  • Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance today, McNay Museum, United States 
  • Un Puño de Tierra, Fototeca de Zacatecas, México
  • Beyond the Pussy, Varios Artistas, San José, Costa Rica 
2018
  • Whole United Queer Festival, Berlin, Germany
  • Divina Comedia, Museo Universitario del Chopo, México
  • Binaire/non-Binaire, GESTE, Paris, France
2017
  • V Bienal de Arte Sacro, Monterrey, México
  • Exposed/Expuesta: Mexican Contemporary Photographers, United States
2016
  • Transversalidades, Fotografia sem Fronteiras, Lisboa, Portugal
  • 2ª Bienal de Fotografía Oaxaca 2016, Oaxaca, México
2015
  • IV Bienal de Arte Ciudad Juárez – El Paso, El Paso Museum of Art, United States

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

2022
  • Un Hombre Nuevo (A New Man) -  Museo Sebastian, Mexico
2021
  • Benito Greene Public Art  - Mexico
2019
  • Deus Homo Deus – Centro Cultural Dulcinea, México
2011
  • Namaste – Club Fotográfico de México, México

PUBLICATIONS

COLLECTIONS

2020
  • Revista Código” Magazine, Internet
  • Balam Magazine, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2019
  • Vogue Italia, “Best Of” Photography, Internet
  • Cuartoscuro Magazine 157, July, México
2016
  • Cuartoscuro Magazine 139, August, México
2011
  • Peregrinos de la Fe, CNN México, Internet
  • Merry Lynch of the Bank of America
  • Allen Blevins Collection

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