Carballar was born in Mexico. Lives and works in New York. Her work in video, photography and installation has been exhibited in the US, Mexico, Asia and Europe, including ExTeresa Arte Actual Museum, Mexico; Today Art Museum, China; the Stadsschouwburg Theater, The Netherlands; Aferro Gallery, NJ; Pingyao International Photography Festival, China. She was an Artist in Residence at the Watermill Center in October 2014 with the art-collective Lydian Junction. She holds an MFA in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice (DIAP) from City College, CUNY; an MA from New York University, and a BA in Graphic Design and Photography from Universidad Intercontinental in Mexico City. She teaches photography and video art at NYU and Manhattan College.
How to Photograph York Work
Monday and Tuesday, May 13 and 14, 2019
1pm to 4pm
This workshop will introduce you to the principles of documenting your own artwork in the best possible way with the resources available to you. Through hands-on demonstrations and technical instruction, you will learn the basic photography principles and optimal camera settings.
We will cover lighting, white balance, and camera placement to best represent your work and capture color accurately.
Monday & Tuesday, May 20 & 21, 2019
1pm to 4pm
After photographing your work images need to be processed to get the best possible results. From small adjustments such as resizing and cropping to manipulating exposure, balancing color, and combining multiple files, every digital image need work in post-production. In this workshop you will learn how to edit your images using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to improve the documentation of your work. Finally, we will cover how to save and export your files for the proper outlet: print, web, distribution, etc.