Eleonora Ronconi is a photographic artist who was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work is about the psychological impact of immigration, the loss of a sense of place and memory.  

She studied Medicine for four years at Universidad Nacional de La Plata, and eventually graduated with a BS in Scientific Literary Translation and Conference Interpreting from Universidad del Salvador.

As an immigrant and an interpreter, where her career is divided between two worlds, photography provided her own unique language.

Her photographs have been included in two solo exhibitions in her native Buenos Aires and at the Griffin Museum of Photography, and in several institutions such as the Triton Museum, MOPLA, Building Bridges Art Gallery, Rayko Photo Center, Verve Gallery and San Francisco Arts Commission in the US, Festival de la Luz in Buenos Aires, and Fotofever in Paris among others. She is a two time Critical Mass finalist. 

Eleonora's photographs have been featured in publications such as Aesthetica Magazine, Le Journal de la Photographie, Palo Alto Weekly, Lenscratch and Fraction Magazine among others.

She has worked and lived in the Bay Area, California since 1998.