Paloma Tendero (b.1988) is a visual artist who explores themes around hereditary, identity and life cycles. She was born in Spain, where she graduated from BA (Hons) Fine Arts at Complutense University in Madrid. Following that, she graduated from MA Photography at London College of Communication, where she won a mentorship award with her graduation project Inside Out. Since then, she has been exhibiting and participating in artist-in-residence programs such as Sarabande 2020, KulturKontak in Vienna 2018 and Free Space Project 2017.
Her work has been in Group exhibitions, including Political Bodies at Galleria Cavour, Italy 2019, Live Flesh - International Women’s Day curated by Charlotte Jansen 2020, A Picture of Health at Arnolfini Arts Centre in Bristol 2021, Body Language at Messums Gallery curated by Katy Barron 2022, and most recently at Headstrong: Women and Empowerment at the new Centre for British Photography 2023 and Writing her own scrip at PhotoLondon 2023.