Julieta Escardó


Julieta Escardó is a photographer, editor and educator. She graduated from the National Film School (INCAA) in Buenos Aires.

She is co-director of the publishing house La Luminosa and editor at Sueño de La Razón, a South American photography magazine. She founded TURMA, a platform for education and the dissemination of Latin American photography and photo books. Currently, she directs the Larivière Foundation for Photography and Culture, which aim is to preserve the Jean Louis Larivière Collection and to circulate the work of Latin America’s photographers through exhibitions, publications, research projects and educational programs.

Julieta Escardó has photographed for newspapers and magazines in Argentina for years. She has also served on the Art and Education Board of the Ministry of Education. From 2002 to 2018, Escardó directed FELIFA, a photo book fair in Buenos Aires.

She has been in the judging panels for a number of national and international photography awards such as Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales, Argentina; Bienal Argentina de Fotografía Documental, Argentina; Fotoperiodismo por la Paz, Ecuador; Premio Ediciones CdF, Uruguay; Poy Latam, Latin America; and Premio El Ojo Salvaje, Paraguay.

Escardó was a nominator for the 2019 Joop Swart Masterclass.

Instagram: @julieta_escardo

Julieta Escardó

Portrait credit: Gustavo Sancricca