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Carlos Jaramillo (b.1988, McAllen, TX) is a photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, 
LA Times, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Guardian, and Zeit Magazine. Jaramillo is a graduate of School of Visual Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography.
He has exhibited at Clemente Gallery, NY; GGLA, CA; Selena, NY; and Future Fair Online. Tierra del Sol, Jaramillo’s 2022 project was recently printed in
the LA Times, The New Yorker, Zeit Magazine, Sixteen Journal and was presented as a solo exhibition at Selenas Mountain in May 2022 and GGLA in December 2022.
He is the recent recipient of the 2022 Forest Lawn Museum Arts Fellowship. 


Tierra Del Sol, Published by Pomegranate Press 2022 (3rd edition available)
ROC, self published 2020 (sold out)

Select Clients:

A+E Networks, Amazon, Apple, Atmos, Estrella Jalisco, The Guardian, Highsnobiety, Hypebeast, Jins, Juxtapoz, Los Angeles Times, Mane, The New York Times,
The New Yorker, Office Mag, NPR, Remezcla, Revolver, Rolling Stone, Sixteen Journal, Standard Magazine, Vice, Vogue, Willy Chavarria, WSJ

Select Press:

Artsy, The 10 Best Booths at Untitled Art, Miami Beach 2022 “Tierra Del Sol”
Smithsonian Magazine, The Ten Best Photography Books of 2022 “Tierra Del Sol”
Zeit Magazine, “Charreadas” June 1, 2022
The New Yorker, “The Style and Swagger of Charrería, Mexico’s National Sport” May 13, 2022
It’s Nice That, “Tierra Del Sol” Apr. 22, 2022
LA Times, “Tierra Del Sol” Dec. 25, 2021
BOOOOOOOM, “Fav Photos Found in 2021: 64 Photos by 64 Photographers,” December 29, 2021.
Fluellen, Micah. Los Angeles Times, “Let these California artists take you on their journey in search of peace and connection,” December 23, 2021.
Musée Magazine, “Photo Journal Monday: Carlos Jaramillo,” April, 5, 2021.
Paper Journal, “15 Questions with… Carlos Jaramillo,” February 2021.
Angelos, Ayla. It’s Nice That, “Dark and tonal, Carlos Jaramillo’s new work sees the end of a two-year long creative hiatus,” January 15, 2021.
BOOOOOOOM, “ ‘ROC’ by Photographer Carlos Jaramillo,” January 2, 2021.
Smith, Melissa. The New York Times, “5 Things to Do This Weekend: Selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually,” December 17, 2020.
Alayon, Mirangie. MOR.BO, “Q&A con el fotógrafo Carlos Jaramillo: ‘La mayor parte del tiempo espero tener un tiro de suerte’,” October 15, 2019.
The Heavy Collective, “Q&A with Carlos Jaramillo – Cuba,” March 3, 2019.
VICE, “Vibrant Photos of Cuban Pigeon Racing: Carlos Jaramillo revisits a pigeon racer and his beautifully dyed birds in Havana,” August 8, 2018.
Precog Magazine, Vol. 4, 2018.
Univision News, The Open Doors, September 5, 2018.
*Featuring Carlos Jaramillo’s off-site exhibition Beyond Bars at w83 Redeemer Church, New York, NY.
BOOOOOOOM, “Photographer Spotlight: Carlos Jaramillo,” September 1, 2017.
Anne, Kelia. Aint-bad, “Carlos Jaramillo,” July 29, 2016.
Jaramillo, Carlos. VICE, “The Beauty of Cuban Pigeon Racing: Carlos Jaramillo’s pictures of birds on the wing,” June 27, 2016.
The New York Times, “Skateboarding New York,” April 24, 2015.
BOOOOOOOM, “Carlos Jaramillo,” October 10, 2014.


2022 Forest Lawn Museum Arts Fellowship, Glendale, CA


2015 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Photography, The School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
2011 Associate of Fine Arts, Santa Fe Collage, Gainesville, FL

Select Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions:

2022 Tierra Del Sol : LA, GGLA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2022 Tierra del Sol, Selenas Mountain, Ridgewood, NY
2018 Beyond Bars, Curated by Olivia Swider, w83 Redeemer Church, New York, NY