Paolo Morales is a photographer. He was born and raised in New York City and currently lives in Arlington, Virginia. Exhibitions include the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, ClampArt, and Hamiltonian Gallery, among others. His photographs have appeared in Witness, Papersafe, and Vice. He received an MFA in photography from Rhode Island School of Design and attended Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. He teaches at George Mason University and The Potomac School.

  More pictures: Tumblr blog

Selected links:
Gallery 102 Lecture
Documentary by Ines Renique
Strange Fire Collective
Dazed Digital

Paper Journal


Collector Daily
Art News
Photo Art Mag
Aint-Bad Magazine
Feature Shoot
The Incoherent Light

Trend Hunter

"The photographs that Paolo Morales makes are all about the spaces between people and the spaces they inhabit together; he traces – but does not explain – how we relate to one another, with all the vulnerabilities and aggressiveness that this can entail. His work occupies an ambiguous position somewhere between portraiture and documentation that feels both astutely contemporary (in terms of photography as a medium) and emotionally rich."
- Darren Campion