Alvaro Keding

Alvaro Keding (b.1984, Colombia) gained his Masters of Digital Photography at the School of Visual Arts in 2020.

His peripatetic approach to image making means he is always out walking, exploring how the built environment shapes our perception and informs our behavior—influencing how we experience the landscape and relate to the natural world.

When not at the zoo, find him in NYC



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Alvaro Keding offers collectable fine art prints of his projects as limited editions. Signed prints are shipped without mounting or framing together with a certificate of authenticity.

If you would like to find out more about print editions and prices, please contact his studio for further information.

Masters of Digital Photography - School of Visual Arts. 2020
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography - School of Visual Arts. Graduated with Honors. 2014

Photoville, New York City - Thesis Interrupted. Sept. 2020
SVA Gramercy Gallery, School of Visual Arts - Parallel Adaptations. Thesis Exhibition. Sept. 2020
LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University - Art of ‘Whose’ People. 2017
FOTOMUSEO. Bogotá - Colombia Fotográfica Bogotá. 2017
Baxter St. at The Camera Club of New York - Photo Benefit Auction. 2016
Royal College of Art, London - RCA WIP Show. 2015
SVA Gallery - Miami Project Art Fair.2014
EFA Project space NYC - A Wicked Problem Exhibition, Antony Hudek. 2014
SVA Chelsea Gallery, School of Visual Arts - BFA “Mentors” Show. Mentor: Yossi Milo. 2014
SVA Photo Gallery. School of Visual Arts - Tailored Habitats. Curator: Marcia Lippman. 2013

Commissions & Editorial
NY Times
NY Magazine
The Correspondent

Royal College of Art - MFA Photography. 2014

School of Visual Arts - Paula Rhodes Award for Exceptional Achievement in MPS Digital Photography
Magenta Foundation - Flash Forward 2019
PDNedu - Grand Prize Winner: Fine Art. 2014

MPS Digital Photography - Thesis Scholarship, School of Visual Arts. 2020
MPS Digital Photography - Department Scholarship, School of Visual Arts. 2019
BFA Photography - Alice Beck-Odette Award. School of Visual Arts. 2011-2013