María José D´Amico was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she lives and works as a professional photographer.

She studied Filmmaking and she worked in Publicity Film for several years. In 2000, she decided to dedicate herself entirely to Photography.

She works using space as a witness. About memory and identity.

He has collaborated with various graphic media as Apertura, Haciendo Cine, Playboy (Argentina), África 21(Portugal), Glamour en Español (Miami) y Maxi (Germany). She works as a freelance photographer, as a teacher at EAF (School of photography Argentina).

She has participated in several colective exhibitions.

His works were selected in the 100th National Exhibition of Visual Arts (2011), 101 ° National Exhibition of Visual Arts (2012), Visual Arts Itau Cultural Award (2013), XVII Prize Federico Jorge Klemm to the Visual Arts (2013).

Her works "Ensayo sobre la Infancia", "BIEN DE FAMILIA" and "PRIVADO" has been exhibited in galleries and institutions such as: British Art Centre (BAC) (2010, Bs. As. Argentina), Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez (2010 Santa Fe, Argentina) Paraty em Foco (2010, Brasil), 5 FotoFestPoA (2011, Brasil).FotoGalería del Teatro General San Martín (2012, Argentina).Centro Cultural Recoleta (Descubrimientos Encuentros Abiertos- Festival de la Luz 2012, Bs. As. Argentina), Archivo de Bogotá (Fotográfica Bogotá 2013, Colombia). Blue Sky (2013, Portland,USA). DA2 (2014, Salamanca,Spain). Nave Cultural (2014, Mendoza, Argentina). Spai30 (Barcelona,2015), The Promotory (Chicago,2015) Foto Museo Cuatro Caminos (MX, 2015). Centro Cultural San Martin (Bs. As. Argentina, 2016). Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti (Bs. As. 2016).

She has received the prize of the International Forum of Portfolios 2010, XVI Encuentros Abiertos – Festival de la Luz.

Her works is part of private and public collections such as: English Culture Association (Asociación Cultural Inglesa) and the British Arts Centre, Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes (Argentina), FotoMuseo (Bogotá, Colombia) y Portland Art Museum, (Oregon, USA).