Juan Arredondo is a Colombian-American photographer whose images explore social inequality and human-right issues.
Juan assisted photographers Eugene Richards and Lori Grinker, and held a teacher assistant position at ICP (International Center of Photography) in New York City. That same year Juan began to travel to Colombia to photograph that country’s protracted conflict.
Juan is a regular contributor for The New York Times and National Geographic. His photographs have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, ESPN, Vanity Fair, LeMonde Magazine, Der Spiegel, amongst others.
His work has been commissioned by International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), UNHCR, UNMAS, International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Save the Children.
Knight Latin American Nieman Fellow
Harvard University, 2018-2019
'Peace Football Club' second prize sports stories, 2018
American Photography 34, Winner, Photo Annual 2018
Visura Grant for Outstanding Project
Born into Conflict, Top Finalist, 2017
ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’or award
Born into Conflict, Recipient, 2016
Born into Conflict, Finalist, 2016
Every body needs a good neighbor, Finallist, 2016
Aaron Siskind Individual Photographer’s Fellowship Grant
Born into Conflict, Recipient , 2015
Getty Grant for Editorial Photography
Born into Conflict, Recipient , 2014
Centro Nacional de Memoria Histórica
Premio Infrarrojo Historias de Luz que no se ven
Destierro, Recipient, 2014
Getty Images Emerging Talent Award
NPPA Multimedia Inmersion Scholarship
Magenta Foundation Flash Forward
Emerging Photographer USA Winner, 2012
World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass
Nominee, 2010, 2011
PDN Photo Annual
First place student, 2010
The Yarka Vendriska Scholarship
Eddie Adams Workshop Barnstrom XXI
The New York Times Award, 2010