Ambra Polidori was born in Mexico City, Distrito Federal in 1954. A Mexican artist, who through diverse forms of plastic production such as photography and video, makes a call for attention to the situations of human suffering that arise as a result of the present conflicts. The work of Ambra Polidori has been exposed in various places, in which they are emphasized, the Museo Casa de León Trotsky, Mexico City, Mexico (2001); The Neighborhood Museum, New York, United States (2001); in Schloss Strassburg, Strassburg, Austria (2000); in the traveling show Contemporary Art from Mexico in Cologne, Berlin and Budapest (2000); the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil(Art Museum of Carrillo Gil), Mexico City, Mexico (1998). Finally, the pieces of Ambra Polidori form part of public collections as the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico; the Museum of the Neighborhood, New York, US; Maison Européenne de la Photographie(European Museum of Photography), Paris, France; Banco de España, Madrid, Spain or Academia Carrara, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporánea(Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art), Bergamo, Italy.
Artworks by Ambra Polidori