Maya Goded
Mexican, b. 1970

Maya Goded received the prestigious W. Eugene Smith Fund Award for "The Neighborhood of Solitude: Prostitutes of Mexico City," a work documenting prostitutes in her hometown of La Merced, a downtown neighborhood of Mexico City. Goded, who worked on the project for five years, photographed prostitution in order to "speak about women: about inequality, transgression, about the body and sex, about maternity, childhood and old age, about beliefs, love and unloving."


2004 System Nacional de Creators
2003 Guggenheim Fellowship
2001 W. Eugene Smith Fund Award
2000 Fotopres '01 - La Caixa Foundation
1996 Masterclass, World Press Photo
1994 First Prize, Popular University of Munich
1993 Mother Jones Foundation, First Prize


2006 Plaza de la Soledad - Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico
2005 The Neighborhood of Solitude: Prostitutes of Mexico City - NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of
Spain Center, New York, USA
1997 Barrio de la Soledad - Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia,
Madrid, Spain

Fototeca del Consejo Mexicano de Fotografía , Mexico
Wittliff Gallery of Southwestern & Mexican Photography, Texas, USA
Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
Margolis Foundation, Tucson, USA

2006 Plaza de la Soledad, Lunwerk, Spain
1994 Tierra Negra, Culturas Populares and Editorial Luzbel, Mexico


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