Lara Alcantara Lansberg has dedicated herself to creating authentic images that tell stories, with a focus on conceptual fine art. Alcantara's photography explores the innermost essence of life from the malady to the absurdity, from the unrequited to the secret explorations of one's desire—good or bad. Her staged photography has elements of snapshot aesthetic, however, placement and condition of every item combined with her persona is curated to underscore a theme. Alcantara Studied at BARD College and NYU a Bachelor in Arts and completed a Masters in Fine Art at Bard College/ICP.
She worked with photographers like Stephen Shore and Andres Serrano, and as assistant photo director at Condenast Publications in Time Square.
She has exhibited her work internationally including various museums. She works with but is not signed to, Nohra Haime in NYC Chelsea area, Art n Foley in Miami and Tata Fernandez.
She is in the collection of personalities like Patricia Beracasa in France, MoMa Terry Riley and Phyllis Tuchman. Lara is a prolific creator of images, she has made and enormous amount of work that makes her differentiate herself from many artists her age.
Alcantara currently resides in Brooklyn New York and is a mother of two. She teaches a Master Class guiding her students to unblock creativity within the frame of photography and coaching.
Her work has been exhibited in New York , Paris, Venezuela, Panama, Spain, Germany and Miami. She has participated group exhibitions internationally.