Jose Castrellon, Palo Enceba'o, 2014-16, Installation, Dimensions variable, courtesy the artist
José Castrellón (b. 1980, Panama) is a photographer. His work looks at the physical evolution of urban or rural spaces, brought about by commercialism, urban construction, or any event that can generate change in a community or its way of living. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Latin America, United States, Europe and Asia including: A Chronicles Of Interventions, Tate Modern London, (2014); 43 Salón (Inter)Nacional de Artistas, Medellín, Colombia (2013); and Photoquai Biennial 4, Paris, France (2013). In 2009 he received the IILA FotoGrafia Prize awarded by the Italo-Latin American Institute in Rome. He lives and works in Panama.