Ana Yturralde is a freelance Spanish photographer based in Valencia (Spain).
Specialized in people, portraits and photojournalism covering humanitarian and social issues, her work has been exhibited in several galleries and museums as Lametro FGV, Museo Domus, Museo Valenciano de Etnología, MuVIM, la Nau, Centro de Arte Alcobendas, Sala de la Diversidad de la Havana, etc., and institutions as Palais des Nations (The United Nations, Geneva), Cervantes Institute of Dakar, the Parliament of Cantabria or Casa África.
She also worked for several publications in different magazines and newspapers and had published some books as “Albinismo. Un reto educativo”, “Albinismo. Una condición genética, dos realidades: España y Senegal”, “La Ciudad de las Damas en imágenes”, “Fresh M.I.L.K.: Friends, Lovers & Laughter” and the report at El País Semanal “El peligro de ser albino en África” about the problems people with albinism face in Africa.
Awards She’s been awarded general winner of the Fresh M.I.L.K. Photography Competition chosen by eminent Magnum photographer Elliot Erwitt, and was finalist in several contests such as the 12th Photo Contest of Smithsonian, HIPA 2014, REVELA 1st International Photography Award with her project “When Blacks are White”, Enfoca II (Asociacion SHARE), Asegur-Arte 2007, and Magazine Award (Vanguardia Ediciones).