Luján Agusti is a visual storyteller. Through her work she explores issues related to Latin American culture and identity. She uses photography as her main language, mixing it with other disciplines to explore stories.
In 2017, she received the Women Photograph + ONA Grant, the Emerging Artist Scholarship from the Lucie Foundation, and the CUARTOSCURO Foundry Scholarship, and was selected for the New York Times Portfolio Review.
In 2016, she published her first photobook, Un Montón de Ropa (A Pile of Clothes), and won first prize in the Book Call of Encontros da Imagem in Portugal. She was also awarded the Roberto Villagraz Fellowship from EFTI and the Young Stimulus Prize from the ArtexArte Biennial.
Her work has been exhibited internationally, and has been published in National Geographic, the Washington Post, the New York Times’ LENS blog, the New York Times en Español, the British Journal of Photography, Vice, and de Volkskrant, among others.