Sofia Verzbolovskis is a Panamanian photographer based in New York. She is a graduate of the International Center of Photography's Photojournalism Program (2010-2011). Her work is rooted in the documentary tradition, and she infuses it with the graphic qualities of architecture and people’s surroundings.
Her photos have been published in Musée Magazine, Huffington Post, Jungles in Paris, La Prensa, Jocks and Nerds Magazine, Panorama de las Américas, among other publications. She had her first solo exhibition, Diablos Rojos: Fin de una era, at El Taller Latino Americano in New York in September 2012. This show later travelled to Allegro Gallery in Panama. Her iPhone photos have been selected for group shows in Spain, the Head On Photo Festival in Australia, and the Woodstock Center for Photography, among others. Sofia was selected to represent Panama in the Biennial of the Central American Isthmus (BAVIC 9) in August 2014 with her work on the city of Colón. This show was also exhibited at the Spanish Cultural Center in Panama (Casa del Soldado) and at the Alliance Francaise. In 2016, Sofia was commissioned by the French Embassy to work on a photo project about French influences in Panama, “Huellas Francesas.”