Paloma Tendero (b.1988) is a visual artist that works across photography and sculpture, exploring themes around genetic inheritance, hereditary illness, identity, and cycles of life. She was born in Spain, where she graduated with BA (Hons) in Fine Arts at Complutense University in Madrid. Following that, she graduated with MA in Photography at London College of Communication, where she won a mentorship prize with her project Inside Out. Since then, she has been exhibiting and participating in artist residency programs such as Sarabande, The Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation in London, 2020. The Austrian Federal Chancellery in cooperation with KulturKontakt in Vienna 2018, and Health and Wellbeing through the arts programs, Free Space Project in 2017. Her artwork is part of the Hyman Collection, it has been on show in A Picture of Health at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol 2021. Live Flesh, London 2020; Political Bodies, Galleria Cavour, Italy 2019; Corporeal, AA Collections Gallery, Vienna 2018. Recent publications include Wallpaper Magazine and the Royal Photographic Society.
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