Vanesa Pawlowski was born in Buenos Aires in 1980.
Photography has always been her passion; however, she obtained the title of Technical Bromatologist and worked in this discipline for 10 years.
In 2018 she moved to Mendoza, where, wanting to follow her photographic vocation, she decided to start her studies in Creative Photography and Photographic Design in 2020. That is when she discovers fine photography from the hand of her mentor, Orlando Pelichotti. With him and a group of 114 photographers from 4 continents (many of them renowned, such as Kardo Lista or Eduardo Longoni) she is part of the Salón Fotográfico del Sur's project, launching the book "Sur: fotoperiodismo en tiempo de cuarentena" ("Sur: photojournalism in times of quarantine"), a work which had its physical exhibition during the isolation period caused by COVID-19 pandemic at the Cristóforo Colombo Cultural Center in Godoy Cruz and, at the moment, it has been presented at the Mendoza Book Fair and in Antarctica Argentina, with a view to being presented in several countries, such as Switzerland, Spain and Mexico.
In turn, Vanesa has participated in collective calls for Mail Art, such as "La calle es Nuestra" ("The street is ours" - Argentina), "Una flor de primavera" ("A spring flower" - Museo Municipal de Arte de Puerto Madryn, Argentina), and has presented works virtually in the Espacio de Fotografía Máximo Arias (Argentina).
Finalist in LensCulture Black and White Award 2020.