Alfredo De stefano

Country: Mexico 🇲🇽

He is considered one of Mexico's most important contemporary conceptual photographers. His passion is the landscape and specifically the desert, an environment to which he has traveled countless times performing art interventions in it and photographing it. Since 2008 he has been working on his new series, “Storm of Light”, which takes place in different deserts of the world. To his credit there are more than ninety exhibitions, between individuals and group shows and his work has been exhibited in five continents, as well as in different capitals of the world such as: México, Paris, Sao Paulo, New York, Washington, Madrid, Bogotá, Lima, Buenos Aires among others. His photographs have been published in numerous books and magazines and his work is in public and private collections in México and abroad. Since 2008 he is a member of the National System of Creators.
Cultural manager and director of the Contemporary Photography Contest of Mexico and Latin America, as well as the Luz del Norte International Photography Festival in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico. He is the Chief Executive and founder of the non-profit organization Luz del Norte FotografĂ­a, A.C. dedicated to promoting and disseminating the diversity of Latin American photography through various platforms.
His documentary film YERMO, which was filmed in 10 deserts on the planet, participated in different festivals, had two Ariel nominations and won best documentary at the XVII CANACINE 2021 Awards.
Juror in international competitions such as Vogue Italy, Verzasca-Foto Festival in Switzerland, Burn- Emerging Photographer Fund, Holland and AI-AP Latin American, New York.
Portfolio Reviewer at the PHOTON Festivals, Valencia, IMAGO Festival, Lisbon, Cali Foto Fest, Colombia. Nominator for the 6x6 Global Talent Program / World Press Photo.