Daniel Aros-Aguilar

Daniel Aros-Aguilar (he/she/them) is a gender non-conforming artist born in Colombia and now based in Harlem. Daniel grew up in Florida, where their family immigrated seeking refuge. Following their graduation from high school, Daniel transferred to BMCC in Manhattan. After leaving college without a degree, they began assisting photographer Mike Ruiz. They later started producing commercial and editorial work for Rachel Elliston Photographers. Daniel currently holds a residency at the BxArts Factory and is a recipient of the En Foco Photography Fellowship, 2022. That same year, they received the American Photographic Artists D.C. Chapter LGBTQIA+ Grant for their series “Sandunga Nunca Muere.”

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Daniel Aros-Aguilar

Sandunga Nunca Muere

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2023

Affirmation of the third gender in Oaxaca, Mexico, and the redefinition of morality.

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Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Daniel Aros-Aguilar

Jun 62023

Photoville Education Field Trips: Daniel Aros-Aguilar

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