Antonia Fritche (b. in 1975, France) is a photographer / visual artist based in between Paris and Mexico City. Her studies include a master's degree at le Fresnoy, studio national d’art contemporain in France, a Bachelor’s degree at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, the Netherlands; and a BA in Communication at UASLP, San Luis Potosí, Mexico.


Her work has been exhibited at the Grand Palais "Dans la nuit des images" in Paris, Fundación Miró and Loop'07 in Barcelona, ​​La Bande Vidéo in Quebec, Arts Bridge France-Okayama Project in Japan, Mediarte Festival 6.0, Monterrey in Mexico, Slick in Paris; Henry Langlois International Encounters in Poitiers, Videoformes in Clermont Ferrand, Optica Gijón Festival, Spain; 7th Edition of the Days of Photography in Damascus, Syria, Art Basel in Miami; Rio Int'l Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro; Australian Center for Moving Images, Sydney and Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland.


She has received artistic production / creation / residency grants:  at le Fresnoy (where she obtained a special mention to the quality of the realization for the installation "Washroom"); in Syria by the French Institute and the French Cultural Center of Damascus; Okayama City, Japan for the Changing Arts Bridge Project; at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris and in Quebec by the Council of Arts and Letters of Quebec and Pépinières Européennes.


She has also animated many photography and video workshops, and received various commissions for the realization of visuals for the performing arts (theater, concerts, etc), and for architecture photography.

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