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Daniela Labastida Salinas

Mexico City, 1990


“I see photography as a way of understanding and experiencing the world. It’s all about patience, listening and observation.”


I'm a Mexican artist currently living in France.


As a photographer, I explore the diverse and complex relationships between humans, animals and nature. Specially, I focus on how living beings interact with their surroundings. My work often depicts the natural world confronted with human environments.

My interests go from travels, anthropology and languages to cinema, education and literature. I believe in the power of art to encourage dialogue. And especially, I believe in the need of sharing with others to create a community and together improve our way of living.


2023 - 2024   Participation with several photographs in the collective exhibition To the Sea, at the French city of Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie organised by Shutter Hub.


2022    Tokio International Foto Awards (TIFA) Honorable mention in the category Portfolio/Personal with the series Urban Home


2022   Participation with two photographs in the collective photography book Everyday Delight, edited by Shutter Hub Editions.


2022    Participation with several photographs in the collective exhibition Postcards from Europe, organised by Shutter Hub at Cambridge University.

2018    Mention in jpgbook #2, a catalog of photographic work by the Spanish collectif Hago cosas.


2017    Publication of Human Landscapes in the October issue of the German magazine Das Magazin.


2018-2020    Master's degree in Modern Literature from the University of Lyon 2 Lumière.

2008-2013    Bachelor of Arts in Design and Visual Communication from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

Photo by María Díaz
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