Yolanda Domínguez

(Madrid, 1977)

Visual artist, expert in communication and gender. Her projects focus on the social impact of images and their implication in inequality. She carries out participative actions with the aim of generating reflection and empowering people. Among her best known works are "Poses", "Accesorias y Accesibles" and "Niños Vs Moda". She combines her artistic life with the educational field, collaborating with different universities and schools all over the world and is a weekly columnist in the Huffington Post, where she analyses the representation of gender in the media.

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  • 33203 Gijón (Asturias)
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