“To capture an image that shouts and lives, that breaks free from its static form and frame is a real talent. Susana’s images drag you by the scruff of the neck and make you confront the vibrancy of the people, places and moments that are captured forevermore. The brutal beauty of the everyday is what makes Susana’s work and it keeps me wanting more form such an excellent artist.” - Ed Roberts (Co-Founder Cabin Fever Theatre Company)
Susana de Dios is a Spanish photographer living and working in the UK.
Her work explores issues of identity and immigration through portraiture and documentary photography. She also has a keen interest in current affairs and politics and how they shape the lives of communities and individuals.
She is a prolific street photographer, working nationally and internationally to capture city life off the beaten track.
She has been featured on the BBC and on national and international magazines and publications such as The New European newspaper, Left Lion magazine, Amber Magazine, ShutterHub magazine and The Edge of Humanity magazine.
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Summerhall, Edinburgh Theatre Festival, Edinburgh , 1-26 August 2018
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Lydbrook Memorial Hall, Gloucestershire, 6 July 2018
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Manchester University Main Lecture Theatre, Manchester, 2-3 July 2018
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Old Neale's Auction House, Nottingham, 29 June 2018
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Boston, 24 June 2018
‘NHS Today’ touring exhibition, Camden People’s Theatre, London, 13-16 June 2018
‘At Home – Stories on Immigration’ group exhibition, The Hive, London, May 2017
‘At Home – Stories on Immigration’ solo exhibition, Westminster Hall, London, February 2017