SHE IS GIVEN RECOGNITION BY THE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF MONTERREY FOR “HER VALUABLE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK  WHICH HAS STRONGLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE HISTORY AND THINKING OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN MEXICO”.

She has had solo exhibitions at: the Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City; the Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, Mexico City; The Image Center, Mexico City; the Contemporary Art Museum in Oaxaca, Mexico; the Contemporary Art Museum in Zapopan, Mexico; the Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona, Spain; Palacio Clavijero, Morelia, Mexico; the Mexican Cultural Center in Paris; the Photography Center Álvarez Bravo, in Oaxaca, Mexico; the University Of Salamanca, Spain; the University Museum Chopo, Mexico City; the Marketphotoworkshop, Johannesburg, Southafrica; the Ateneo Español, Mexico City; Fotoseptiembre 2000, Santiago de Cuba; the Cervantes Institute of Belgrade, Serbia; Tr3 Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia; the Nexus Contemporary Art Center in Atlanta, USA; among others.

She has participated in over 100 collective exhibitions worldwide, the following selected: Defecto Común / Identidades en Disolución, the University Museum Chopo, Mexico City; Presuntos Culpables, Modern Art Museum, Mexico City; Carrera de Fondo, Santa Inés Convent, Seville, Spain; Soles Mexicanos, Petit Palais, Paris, France; México Eterno, The Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico; Latinamerican Art of the 90´S, St. John´S University, New York, U.S.A.; Na- Foto, Biennial Sao Paolo, Brazil; Mexican Artists, Cervantes Institute Amsterdam, Holland; Constructed Photography, Marco Museum, Monterrey, Mexico; Black Butterfly, International Festival, Scotland, England; Six Mexicans, Mexican Cultural Center in New York, USA; IV Havana Biennial, Wilfredo Lam Center, Cuba; Caminos de Hierro, Madrid, Spain; April, Photography Month, Mérida, Mexico; Contemporary Photography, Prague, Chekoslovaquia; Memory of Time, Modern Art Museum, Mexico City; Mexican Portfolios, Toronto Photoworkshop, Toronto, Canada; 39 Mexican Photographers, Houston Center For Photography, Houston, USA; Made In Latin America, Fine Arts Museum, Havana, Cuba; Thy Brother´s Keeper, Flint Institute Of The Arts, Michigan, USA; Latin American Photography, Tucson Museum Of Art, Tucson, U.S.A.

In the year 2000, she is named a fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. In 2001, she becomes a member of the Mexican National Artist Organization. She has received many testimonials of recognition among which the following are particularly noted: Honorable Mention, Premio Casa de las Américas, Cuba; Artist in Residence, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Mexico-United States; First Prize, Antropological Photography, Mexico; Grant National Institute Of Fine Arts, Mexico; Grant Special Projects, FONCA, Mexico; Artist in Residence, Mexico-Land Salzburg; Second Prize, International Salon Caja de Ahorros, Asturias, Spain; First Prize, Women The Image Creators, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Selected for International Salons In Milan (1987) And Osaka (1994). Receives Honorable Mention Awards at the V and VI Photography Biennials. In 1994 she is artist in residence at The Atlanta College of Art. In 1996 she is selected for presentation at the SPE Annual Conference In Dallas, Texas. In 1997 she participates at the Havana Biennial, Cuba. In 2007 she exhibits during the Cultural Latin American Week in New York City. She has been tutor for FONCA in their Young Artists Program and a member of their Advisory Committee in Photography. She has been Professor at the Image Center, Mexico. She has participated in the judging of various contests and biennials, and has been member of the Mexican Council for Photography.

She is a continuous lecturer at art centers and universities (Santa Fe Workshops, San Miguel de Allende, México; Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; Casa de América, Barcelona, Spain; Art and Gender Festival in Seville; Spaces in Action, Autonomous University Of Mexico…).

In 2007 she is given recognition by the Technological University of Monterrey for… “Her valuable photographic work which has strongly contributed to the history and thinking of photography in Mexico”.