Cambodian Children at Risk it is a project produced, within the IOM “Human Rights Protection for Trafficking Victims through Legal Support” Project and funded by the Italian Cooperation.
The primary concern was to present children at risk without showing their faces or any other feature that could lead to their identification, which was a very significant and creative challenge.
Arantxa Cedillo was born in Madrid in 1977 and studied the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program at the International Center of Photography.
Her work has received several international awards such as the Ian Parry Award (2005, UK), the Kiyosato’s Young Portfolio Acquisitions (2005, 2006, Japan), the Magenta Foundation’s Emerging Photographers Award (2008, 2011, Canada), the Alexandra Boulat Scholarship TPW (2008, Italy), Shortlisted of the Critical Mass (2008, USA), Shortlisted of the CEDEFOP / Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (2008, Greece) and Runner-up of the Fast Forward Thinking Museum Photography Contest (2011, USA).
Arantxa has been widely published with clients such as Time Magazine, The New York Times, CNN, New York Magazine, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the Sunday Times Magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, the Far Eastern Economic Review, GEO, Colors, Le Monde, Marie Claire, El Pais Semanal, Io Dona, The Australian, The National, The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, and Reader Digest Magazine among others.
Her work has been widely published in galleries around the world including the Canon Japan Gallery (Tokyo), Getty Images Gallery (London), International Center of Photography (New York), New Orleans Photo Alliance (New Orleans), Center for Photography at Woodstock (Woodstock), Toronto Image Works Gallery (Toronto), Mogliano Veneto (Treviso) and the Royal University of Fine Arts (Phnom Penh).
She is currently based in Kathmandhu, Nepal, and her work is represented by Getty Images Global Assignment.
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