Florencia Gonzalez Hardoy
Photographer

Florencia Gonzalez Hardoy (1998) is an argentine visual artist, currently residing in Barcelona. At the age of 14 I began to be interested in photography and from that moment on I think in images. In Argentina I studied a university degree in creative photography.

I have been part of several group exhibitions ​​including “Utopia rambles” at the Santa Monica Art Center, Barcelona. I have also carried out various workshops and residencies in relation to post photography and the questioning of contemporary representation. I was selected to participate in the SCAN photography festival in Tarragona and won first prize in the photography contest organized by the University of Belgrano, Argentina. My images were chosen for the next printed edition of Cahier d’images.

In my projects I develop themes related to identity, territories and fiction to imagine other possible worlds. I’m interested in small details, something displaced from its usual place or with a different appearance.

I currently collaborate with different interdisciplinary projects, mixing fashion with my personal vision.

Florencia Gonzalez Hardoy
Photographer

Florencia Gonzalez Hardoy (1998) is an argentine visual artist, currently residing in Barcelona. At the age of 14 I began to be interested in photography and from that moment on I think in images. In Argentina I studied a university degree in creative photography.

I have been part of several group exhibitions ​​including “Utopia rambles” at the Santa Monica Art Center, Barcelona. I have also carried out various workshops and residencies in relation to post photography and the questioning of contemporary representation. I was selected to participate in the SCAN photography festival in Tarragona and won first prize in the photography contest organized by the University of Belgrano, Argentina. My images were chosen for the next printed edition of Cahier d’images.

In my projects I develop themes related to identity, territories and fiction to imagine other possible worlds. I’m interested in small details, something displaced from its usual place or with a different appearance.

I currently collaborate with different interdisciplinary projects, mixing fashion with my personal vision.

  • Lydia Ourahmane: 108 Days
    Nov 28, 2023 – Apr 1, 2024
    MACBA
    Barcelona, Spain
    Like many of her projects, 108 Days relates to the artist’s immediate surroundings and engages with the social, political and experiential, while being invariably rooted in personal histories and experiences, whether individual or collective. The installations, videos, sculptures and sound works of Lydia Ourahmane address contemporary issues such as migration, colonialism and geopolitics. (more…)
  • James Barnor: Studio of Life
    Oct 27, 2023 – Mar 10, 2024
    FOMU
    Antwerp, Belgium
    James Barnor: Studio of Life offers an overview of James Barnor’s (b. Ghana, 1929) remarkable career. His multifaceted and powerful images made him a photography pioneer. This exhibition not only showcases Barnor’s rich and diverse body of work but also examines the cultural connections between Accra, London and Antwerp. In 1949, Barnor launched his photography studio Ever Young in the Ghanaian capital of Accra. It grew into a pivotal meeting place for young Ghanaians who longed for freedom from British colonial rule. (more…)