Journalist and Photographer from Venezuela. Based between Caracas and Bogotá.
(1991) BA in Journalism. Advanced studies in Investigative Journalism.
Fabiola Ferrero is a freelance writer and photographer based between Venezuela and Colombia. Her work is the result of growing up in one of the most dangerous cities in the world: Caracas, Venezuela, where witnessing and experiencing violence and injustice became the starting point of a life of wondering and searching for answers. Journalism and art are her tools to understand, and make others understand, the world we live in. As a photographer and writer, her interest is to explore human behavior in hostile contexts. She speaks Spanish, English and some French and Italian.
Published on TIME, M Magazine, Le Monde, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, PH Museum Story of the week, YET Magazine, El País, Yahoo News, 10x10 photobooks, European Press Agency, The Week, Don Juan Magazine, Revista El Malpensante, and others.
HEAT + REACT trained. ENTRi certified.
2017: Winner. Emerging Vision Award by The Documentary Project Fund.
2017. Winner. PH Museum 2017 Women Photographers Grant New Generation Prize Honorable Mention.
2017. Winner. Award for Journalistic Excellence for Venezuela's crisis coverage. SIP.
2017: Winner. Grant for selected participant. Native Agency Documentary Photography Festival in Quito, Ecuador.
2017: Winner. Fundación Carolina Armed Conflict Expert Scholarship.
2017. Finalist. 100 best photographers of Latin America. Es Fotoperiodismo Festival.
2017. Publication of Fanzine MotherEarthConflict by Editorial House Rabipelao Ediciones.
2017: Group exhibition "Venezuela in chaos". Noorderlicht Gallery, The Netherlands.
2017. Group Exhibition Broader Implications. London, UK
2017. Group Exhibition Caracas Ciudad Dispersa. Caracas, Venezuela.
2016: Group exhibition. Emerging talents, the Ian Parry Scholarship Private View. London, UK.
2016: Group exhibition "República Colapsada", Berlín, Germany.
2015: World Press Photo Master Class Latin America 2015 nominee
2015: EyeEm Tourist Photo Mission Award, 2nd place.
Part of Women Photograph Database