Ana Cuba is a Spanish-born contemporary photographer, currently based in London. She recently worked with a model, to creatively document the first in a series of experimental interventions in the Royal Academy’s new Architecture Studio. Titled ‘Invisible Landscapes’, the installation, on the first floor of the Burlington Gardens building, aims to ‘make visible, the often invisible, presence of digital technologies in our everyday lives’.
Her work is characterised by an elegant aesthetic and meticulous composition. Having been widely commissioned for numerous projects internationally, Cuba’s personal practice focuses upon portraits and still lives.