CV Irene Del Pino

Irene is a Spanish photographer, living near Madrid, Spain. She specializes in landscape and documentary photography. Irene is a member of the F22 Photographic Association in her hometown, Tres Cantos, and of the Royal Photographic Society in Madrid.

Education

MS in Psychology, specialized in Clinical Psychology.
MBA, with postgrad degrees in Marketing & Tax Law.
Professional photography degree at PhotoEspaña’s PIC.A school, Landscape and Documentary Section.
On her second year at the Master of Arts in Photography at University of Brighton’s School of Media, UK.

Exhibitions

2 Collective exhibitions, Tres Cantos (2018, 2019)
Individual exhibition, Centro Cultural Adolfo Suarez, Tres Cantos (February 2020)
Collective Exhibition (2 images), Postindustrial, Rome, sponsored by LA Exhibitions, January 2021
Shared exhibition (10 prints) Museo Barjola, Gijon (January 2021).
Individual exhibition, Centro de Arte de Alcobendas Sala Anabel Segura, June-July 2021
Individual exhibition, Real Sociedad Fotográfica, Madrid November-December 2021

Mentions and Awards

Northern Lights: Finalist at the Photojournalism awards from Fundacion Santa Maria de Albarracin (2019). First place at the New Talent Grants at Encuentros Fotograficos de Gijon (2019). Exhibited at Museo Barjola in January 2021 as part of the grant
Competitive selection for individual Exhibition at Centro Cultural Adolfo Suarez de Tres Cantos (Feb 2020)
Competitive selection for Individual Exhibition at Centro de Arte de Alcobendas (June-July 2021)
Imperfect: Competitive selection by LA Exhibitions (2 prints) for the Post-Industrial exhibition in Rome.
Competitive selection for Individual Exhibition at the Royal Photographic Society, Madrid,

Books and Essays

Imperfect. Editorial Calma y Sosiego, publishing scheduled in Noviembre 2021
A Camera to Explore the World: Diane Arbus in Wonderland, 2020. Essay. University of Brighton, School of Media.
Diane Arbus Reframed: An Analysis from a Modern Feminist Perspective. MA Dissertation. University of Brighton, School of Media.