About Tania


Franco-Klein started her photography praxis while studying Architecture at Centro university in Mexico City, which took her to pursue a Masters in Photography at University of the Arts London.

Considered as a true young talent in art photography, Franco-Klein work has been reviewed and featured by international critique including Aperture Foundation, The British Journal of Photography, Fisheye Magazine and I-D Magazine (UK), Der Greif, among others.

She has exhibited in London, Budapest, Mexico, Spain, France, Germany, New York, Vermont, Photo Basel and during The Los Angeles Month of Photography 2017 by Lucie Foundation (USA).

She obtained the Sony World Photography Awards (2017), The Lensculture Exposure Awards, The Felix Schoeller Photo Award of Germany Nominee, amongst others. Tania is Member of the National System of Young Creators of Mexico, one of the highest recognition given by the Mexican Ministry of Culture.

Through the use of staged photography, influenced by her early documentary photography practice and architectural studies background, Franco-Klein generates images that seem to exist both in a fictional and real way. Her narrative carries an ambiguity which encourages the viewer to apply their own story and interpretation, and hopefully, something about our modern-day dual identities.

Age 29
Nationality Mexican
Born in Mexico
Based in Mexico
Languages spoken English, Spanish
Specialisations Daily Life, Contemporary Issues, Fine Art

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Current Location: Mexico