Ana De Orbegoso, is a New York based peruvian interdisciplinary visual artist. Through the use of popular iconography, she explores the politics of gender, race and identity in videos, photography, incorporating audience interaction. De Orbegoso is a 2008 fellow in Photography from the NYFA and has been granted a 2009 NALAC. Was awarded 1st prize at the I Nat. Photography Exhibition at ICPNA 2006 in Lima, Peru and also an EnFoco New Works Award 2002 in NY. Her video “The Last Inca Princess” won Best Experimental Short at the 2015 Big Apple Film Festival and the 2016 California Women’s Film Festival. Her work is in the collection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru; the National Museum of the Women in D.C.; the Art Institute of Chicago; the Fine Arts Museum of Houston; the Art Museum of San Marcos, Lima; Lehigh University in Pennsylvania; ICPNA and the MALI Museum of Art of Lima; and the Joaquim Paiva Collection at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio among others.