Neus Solà (1984) is a documentary photographer born and based in Barcelona. Neus graduated in Humanities at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (UPF). After Studying Fine Arts (UB), she received the Master's in Visual Anthropology (UB) and the postgraduate course in Cultural Management and International Cooperation (UB), completing her studies with several courses and workshops in photography, video and editing, among which highlights the course of Fine Art and Documentary Photography at « El Observatorio ».
Neus has worked as a photojournalist for NGO’s, social movements and projects in various fields. Her interest in different cultures and the social cause has led to several projects of photography and video documentary in different countries, focusing on issues of identity, gender and ethnic minorities from an anthropological perspective.
Her work "Poupées" has won the Manifesto Festival, been finalist on the IWPA Awards 2017, awarded with two honorable mentions in the the II Joan Cabanas-Alibau Grant of Photography 2017 and the Fòrum Fotografic Can Basté Grant 2016 respectively, and selected at the Viphoto Photo Fair 2016.