Johanna Alarcón, (1992) is a freelance documentary photographer and educator in Ecuador. Her work focuses on social, cultural, and human rights, and gender-related issues. She is a Member of Fluxus Foto, Woman Photograph, and PH Museum.
Her work has been published in: Lens Culture, The New York Times, Folha de Sao Paulo International, El País, Bex Magazine, Lifestyles Magazine, The Spacebar, Media Ninja, La Barra Espaciadora, Community Press.
She has participated in group exhibitions at: Guy Woodland, Lumix Festival, Visible Cities, FLUZ. Johanna attended the 2019 New York Times portfolio review, 2nd Latin American Bronx Documentary Festival, and is a Joop Swart Masterclass, and 6×6 Global Talent nominee.
Johanna’s recognitions include the Everyday Projects Mentorship Award, Afroamericanos award (Ecuador), and the Juan Antonio Serrano photojournalism award. She received an Honorable Mention in the photobook competition RM. Mentor in 20 Photographers in Campament. Currently, she works on assignments, teaches, and continues with her personal projects.