Photography makes me play with images that sometimes only I can see
Elizabeth Mosler is a photographer and educational psychologist born proudly in the south of Venezuela. She comes, on her paternal side, from a family of Italian-Romanian emigrants whose influence, many years later, will contribute to the artist’s decision to cross the Atlantic also as an emigrant.
Elizabeth arrived in Paris, a city where she reaffirms her passion for photography and art. A metropolis that would mark a before and after in her career, not only artistic, but also vital. She also travels to cities such as Arles and Hyeres, in the south of France, where she decides to train professionally as an artistic photographer. After these adventures, she embarks on a new course towards Madrid, in Spain, where she is studying at the EFTI International School of Photography.
“Mosler”, as some people call her directly, has participated in some exhibitions such as “Tradition and Modernity” 2014 (French Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela); “28 days”, at the Bombardino Café (2018 Madrid, Spain); at the PhotoArt Festival presenting “Photographs for a running of the bulls”; at the National Photography Center (Torrelavega, Spain) and at the Mapfre Foundation with “Josef Koudelka: Making history” (Madrid, Spain).