Zahara Gómez Lucini is a Spanish-Argentinian photographer, raised in France and actually established in Mexico City. She got her Master's degree in Art History from the Paris Sorbonne University and from the Prado´s Museum School in Madrid. Professionally she has developed her work at the Paris Magnum Agency as a Production Manager / Exhibitions and editorial.

Her work has been exhibited all around the world: Images Singulières, Sète, France, Tesoros (CCK, Buenos Aires, 2018); Natura (CASA Gallery, NY, 2018) and La Playa (XVII Photography Biennial of Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, 2017; Kaunas Photo Festival, Lithuania, 2016). Her artistic technique has been recognized with the Photography Grant AHRC from the Memory Museum (Paraguay, 2017) and as a finalist in renamed international contests like : Voices Off (Arles, France, 2017); Felix Schoeller Photo Award (Germany, 2017); the XVII Photography Biennial of Centro de la Imagen, (Mexico City, 2016) Descubrimiento Award PhotoEspaña (2016) y Nexofoto (Spain, 2015).

Zahara Gómez´s work aims to explore violence from the perspective and particularly, from the memory of the territories that have suffered it. She uses tools as archive research and establishing close relations with organizations that work on human rights, specifically on topics related with enforced disappearance and reconstruction of history and collective memories.

Working on these topics is a statement in front of the chaotic reality we are living in, they´re at the same time an effort to establish relations between it and contemporary art.

She works as a teacher in different art centers as: Escuela Activa, Centro ADM, Gimnasio del Arte, Centro de la Imagen. She's an activist in Foto Feminas and Women Photograph. Visit her website here to learn more.