Born in Unquillo, Córdoba in 1991, Lucia Von Sprecher is a self-taught artist. Her work arises from experimentation with photography, combining media from installation, performance, video and writing. Her work centers around projects of diverse materiality, in which she reflects on the image, her body, intimacy and the relationships of faith and trust that are established among human beings.
Her many artistic collaborations include FLORES arte y ocio, an artist collective formed in 2015, and INESTABLE no space, a 2017 project developed with Eduardo Krumpholz. Her works are part of private and public collections in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Ecuador.
Exhibitions and prizes include: LAB 1 with the series "Movimientos con vidrio" Collective exhibition at UPC, Provincial University of Córdoba. (Córdoba, 2018), 3er Premio 95 ° SALON DE MAYO of the Rosa Galisteo Museum (Sante Fe, Argentina, 2018), "Polaroid 10 x 6" EXHIBITION inInestable no space (Cordoba, Argentina, 2017), Finalist 45th Salon Nacional of Tucumán Timoteo Navarro (2017), "Contacto" EXHIBITION of 5 artists curated by Ariel Authier (BAphoto, 2017), "NO IMPORTA LA FOTOGRAFIA IMPORTA" SOLO PROJECT at The White Lodge (Córdoba, 2017), "Qu'est-ce what l'art? Prostitution "Collective exhibition curated by Camila Sol at El Mirador (CABA, 2017), "Failureisanoption", curated by Raul Flores in La Ira de Dios (CABA, 2017), Special mention and acquisition of work at the 5th AAMEC Prize of Contemporary Photography Emilio Caraffa Museum (Córdoba, 2016), 1st National Contemporary Photography Award El Mirador (CABA, 2016), Finalist Maca Junín National Salon finalist (Buenos Aires, 2015)