Talita Zaragoza (Brasil, 1985) has lived in New York since 2012 where she graduated from ICP – the International Center for Photography on the General Studies course, focused on Fine Arts photography. Prior to that, she received her B.A. in Fine Arts and has a Master in Art History from Fundação Alvares Penteado (FAAP), in São Paulo Brazil. Zaragoza works with drawings, photography, and painting. Her inspiration comes mainly from the relationship of between nature and man’s will to dominate and reshape the landscape. She has shown her works in different cities, mainly in São Paulo and New York, such as Foley Gallery, Gallery Emma Thomas, Lazy Susan Gallery, International Center for Photography, MAB FAAP, The Hollows and Interventions 3, curated by Isidro Blasco. She attended residencies including The Hollows, in New York; The Marble House, in Dorset, Vermont; and FishFactory in Iceland.