Spanish born photographer based in London.
Raquel Carro's practice explores stories and subjects that accentuate and solidify the transient intimacy of human nature.
Themes of society, individualism and isolation are present in her work as well as story telling. She mainly works in long term documentary projects supported by extensive research and portraiture photography.
2016 MA Fine Art Photography. London College of Communication. London
2014 Photography Summer Course. New York Film Academy. New York
2013 BA Contemporary Media Practice. University of Westminster. London.
2012 Exchange student programe. Hong Kong Baptist University. Hong Kong.
PRIZES AND AWARDS
2017 Aesthetica Magazine Emerging Artist of the Year
2016 Photoworks Showcase and commendation
2015 2nd Place Best Photography at the East West Awards
2014 Artist in Residence EWAAC. Kyoto
2013 First Place best Photography. Nikon UK Prize at the East-West Awards.
She is a member of the ‘Royal Photographic Society’.
2018 Barrio Latino Invited Artist. Jujus Bar and Stage. London.
2017 East-West Award Artist Exchange. Group Exhibition. La galleria, Pall Mall. London. October
2017 EWAEE East West artist Exchange Exhibition. Group Exhibition. Posk Gallery. London. August
2016 'Between the Cracks' MA Degree show.Ugly Duck. London. November
2016 Utopian Land. Interim show.Group Exhibition. London Colleague of Communication. London. March
2016Migrants, what does migration means to you? June 2016.Group Exhibition. Gallery on the corner.London
2016 East West Photography and Digital Arts. Group exhibition. Posk Gallery. London February
2015 East West Art Award Competition. Group Exhibition. La Galleria, Pall Mall (London) October
2015 Chelsea Town Hall. Group Exhibition. May
2014 East-West Artist Exchange Exhibition (Kyoto) – Artist in Residence
2013 East West Art Award Competition. La Galleria, Pall Mall (London) October
2013 Pool Party. Group Exhibition. The Albert (London) September
2013 Rhythms of a new open Cuba. Solo Exhibition. June
2013 Hybrid Minds. Group Exhibition. The Forum (London) June
2014 EWAAC Kyoto