Carolina Abolio is a Venezuelan photographer, based in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area.
In her work you can see the mix of her strong Caribbean roots and the magic of diversity that surrounds her everyday. Her main goal is to bring community together and express poetry in each image she shoots by making faces and lives visible to the rest of the world.
Carolina was part of an artist series, commissioned by the school of Latin American Affairs at Harvard University, to promote Latin American artists in the Boston Metro area.
In 2012 Carolina partnered with two other photographers to participate in a project called Making Mothers Visible. The International Museum of Women, the San Francisco Public Library and the Inside Out Project were the sponsors.
Making Mothers Visible is a large-scale, global photography project that foregrounds the faces of mothers, draws attention to the value of mothers worldwide, and spotlights the issue of maternal health
She serves as a mentor for the East Bay College Fund.
The East Bay College Fund aspires to involve the whole community in providing college access services, scholarships, mentoring, and support networks to assist young people in realizing their full potential.
She is co-author with the writer David Figueroa of the exhibition “A travez de la Luz” in San Felipe, Venezuela as a part of the book “A photograph is a sustained journey in time”.
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