Alfredo de Stefano

Alfredo De Stéfano was born in Monclova, Coahuila, a city in northeast Mexico located in the middle of the desert. He studied a degree in Communication and Marketing from the Autonomous University of Coahuila (UA de C) and is a self-taught photographer.

He is considered one of the most important contemporary conceptual photographers in Mexico. His passion is landscape and specifically that of the desert, a panorama that he has traveled countless times photographing and intervening on. Among his photographic series, the following stand out: De parajes sin Futuro (1992), Vestiges of Paradise (1996), Inhabiting the Void (2002) and Brief Chronicle of Light (2006); all of them with books or catalogs.

He has produced more than ninety exhibitions, between individual and collective, and his work has been exhibited on five continents as well as in different cities of the world such as Paris, São Paulo, New York, Washington, Madrid, London, Bogotá, Lima , Buenos Aires, among others. His photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines, and his work is in public and private collections in Mexico and abroad.

His work is represented by different galleries in Mexico, the United States and Brazil; it is common to see his work at art fairs such as Paris Photo, Zona MACO or Art São Paulo, to name a few. Since 2008 he is a member of the National System of Art Creators FONCA.

Bleeding Tree Namibia
El Profeta de Ica Nazca
Espejismos
Árbol de Luz
Circulo De Fuego En El Desierto
Tapete de Ceniza Atacama
Bajo el Volcán Atacama
Luciérnagas
Tapete Nomada Sahara
Momia Roja Sahara

Alfredo de Stefano

Alfredo De Stéfano was born in Monclova, Coahuila, a city in northeast Mexico located in the middle of the desert. He studied a degree in Communication and Marketing from the Autonomous University of Coahuila (UA de C) and is a self-taught photographer.

He is considered one of the most important contemporary conceptual photographers in Mexico. His passion is landscape and specifically that of the desert, a panorama that he has traveled countless times photographing and intervening on. Among his photographic series, the following stand out: De parajes sin Futuro (1992), Vestiges of Paradise (1996), Inhabiting the Void (2002) and Brief Chronicle of Light (2006); all of them with books or catalogs.

He has produced more than ninety exhibitions, between individual and collective, and his work has been exhibited on five continents as well as in different cities of the world such as Paris, São Paulo, New York, Washington, Madrid, London, Bogotá, Lima , Buenos Aires, among others. His photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines, and his work is in public and private collections in Mexico and abroad.

His work is represented by different galleries in Mexico, the United States and Brazil; it is common to see his work at art fairs such as Paris Photo, Zona MACO or Art São Paulo, to name a few. Since 2008 he is a member of the National System of Art Creators FONCA.

Tapete de Ceniza Atacama
Bajo el Volcán Atacama
Momia Roja Sahara
Tapete Nomada Sahara
Circulo De Fuego En El Desierto
Árbol de Luz
Bleeding Tree Namibia
El Profeta de Ica Nazca
Espejismos
Luciérnagas