Verónica G. Cárdenas is a documentary photographer, video and photojournalist based in the southernmost region in Texas known as the Rio Grande Valley. Migration issues are a recurring theme that they explore. Their work has been shown at the New York University, United Nations, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Long Island City Arts in New York City, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley-UTRGV, San Benito Museum, Weslaco Museum, Festival of International Books and Arts, FESTIBA, South Texas College, and Festival Internacional de Poesía Latinoamericana, FEIPOL among others.
Cárdenas is an International Women’s Media Foundation Fellow, an Eddie Adams XXXI alumni, a former Women Photograph mentee under Lynn Johnson and Emily Jan, and a current mentee in the Advanced Mentored Study program with James Estrin and Ed Kashi.
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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley FESTIBA, 2016, Texas
FEIPOL – Traveling Soles, 2016, Texas
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley – Traveling Soles, 2017, Texas
LIC Arts (Long Island City), 2017, New York
United Nations, 2017, New York
FEIPOL – Viacrucis, 2017, Texas
Brownsville Museum Of Fine Art – Border Fence, 2017, Texas
Weslaco Museum, 2018, Texas
San Benito Museum, 2018, Texas