Juan Brenner


The Creative Director of Ambush Design Studio, he is also an active member of the MACÚ photography collective.

Between 1999 and 2007, he lived in New York City where he worked as a fashion photographer. His images have been published in international magazines such as Nylon, People, Oyster, Vogue and Anthem, among others.

He is a founding member of Proyectos Ultravioleta with whom he participated in Circa Labs, Puerto Rico in the beginning of 2010. In 2017, his project MACÚ (in collaboration with Byron Mármol) was curated in the book CLAP, 15 years of the best books of Latin American photography published by 10X10 Books in New York.

He participated in numerous group shows such as Tirana Biennale 1 (2001); Beauty without Irony in Belgium (2004); Young and Cool, Siren Fine Arts (2005); Maculino / Feminine, CCE Guatemala (2008); UV in Despacio, Costa Rica (2010); Los Padres la Distancia and El Speed, Ultraviolet Projects (2010); Me asusta pero me gusta, Diablo Rosso Panama (2011); X Bienal de Monterrey (2012); Esto es, Totonicapán (2014); ECO Santos Brasil (2015) and Goncaga in Antithesis Panama (2017).

His work is part of collections in Belgium, Japan, Australia, Italy, the United States, Colombia and Sweden, and his photographic publications (MACÚ 1, MACÚ 2 and Tétano) are part of the permanent library of the MOMA, Smithsonian Institute and the TATE collection.

Juan Brenner