DULCE Kathya Maria Landeros is a Mexican-American photographer and educator. Influenced by her bi-cultural upbringing, her work of the past decade focuses on Latinx communities and the exploration of history, migration, representation and belonging. Her research has been supported through a Fulbright Fellowship, an AIGA Worldstudio Foundation Grant, and residencies at the Rayko Photo Center and the Center for Photography at Woodstock. Her work has been exhibited nationally and is held in both private and public collections.

Prior to joining the faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design as a visiting assistant professor, Landeros taught at public institutions of higher education in California. She holds a graduate degree in photography from MassArt and a dual undergraduate degree in English literature and Hispanic studies from Vassar College.


email:      kathya.landeros (at) gmail.com

phone:     +1 646 498 1809



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Race, Love, and Labor, group exhibit curated by art historian Sarah Lewis, at the Diggs Gallery at Winston-Salem State University

August 30-November 30, 2018


California Sunday Magazine commissioned portraiture work for a story on sanctuary cities

August-September 2018 issue


Westward hosted by the San Francisco Arts Commission

May 11, 2018 through May 10, 2019


KQED Arts Review of Westward, published on May 31, 2018


(Inter)national Dual Idenities, group exhibit curated by Karolina Hac, at the Atlantic Wharf Gallery in Boston

May 19-July 21, 2018


There Is No Alas Where I Live, group exhibit curated by Ann Jastrab, at the Jenkins Johnson Gallery

December 14, 2017 through January 27, 2018


Aperture Magazine, American Destiny, Volume 226, Spring 2017
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