“Lost in Translation” I love telling stories with my camera. The stories include mine and other women’ s experiences in good and bad times. I titled this work “Lost in Translation”. It tells the story of women that migrated from various countries, and their experiences of loneliness, solitude, spiritual strength, everyday pressures. Listening to these women inspired me as they showed me how they adapted to different cultures and languages while holding their families together. I shot these photos underwater to emphasize the silence and solitude of the subject.
Cebrian was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and studied Advertising at the Universidad del Salvador, Argentina. Her journey as a photographer began when she moved to Bariloche and became passionate about the people, culture and beauty of Patagonia. Since 2001 she lives in Miami and has taken courses at the Maine Media Workshops School with Brooke Shaden and Cig Harvey.
EXHIBITIONS 2015-Art Expo, New York. U.S. 2014-Art Basel, Red Dot Latin American Pavilion, Miami, FL 2013-Art Basel, Red Dot Latin American Pavilion, Miami, FL 2013-Iron Side. 2nd International Biennale Arts Exhibition, Miami, FL 2002-Black and White. Portraits of Children. Barnes & Noble, Boston, Massachusetts 2002-“Childhood”. Portraits of Children. AGFA Stand, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2001-“How to Take Photos of Children”. AGFA Stand. Buenos Aires. Argentina
AWARDS 2015-Nomination. Photojournalism: “Loretta Love You”. 8th Annual International Color Awards 2014-Honorable Mention. Fashion: “She is a Swimming Teacher”. Black & White Spider Awards 2009-Honorable Mention. Abstract: “Body and Calla Lilly”. Black & White Spider Awards. 2000-Honorable Mention Feria del Sol. Argentina 1999-Honorable Mention. Annual Salon of Participative Art. Photo Club Buenos Aires. Argentina 1998-Honorable Mention. Portrait. Bahia Blanca Biennial of Art. Argentina 1998-First and Third Prize. “Children and Their Social Reality” Centro Cultural Recoleta. Argentina 1997-First Prize. Portrait. Cokin Photography Contest. Paris, France