Anahí González (Saltillo, Coahuila, México. 1993) is a Mexican photographer based in London, Ontario, Canada. She explores alternative visual narratives related to Mexican migrants and labour in Canada, in order to decenter the United States narrative within Mexican migration.
González received her BA in Communication from the Universidad del Valle de México and the European University of Madrid in 2016. In 2017, she worked as a cinematographer with the Mexican director Busi Cortés for a research documentary funded by the CEIICH-UNAM. Her work has been included in exhibitions and screenings in countries such as Mexico, Norway, Canada, Spain, and France. In 2017, her last solo show, Donde Se Limpia was presented at the Museo el Centenario in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico and at the gallery of the Escuelas Pías de San Fernando in Madrid, Spain. In 2020, González was a finalist in the 26th Latin American Documentary Photography contest "Los Trabajos y Los Días" in Medellín, Colombia.
She is currently pursuing an MFA in Visual Arts at Western University and part of the Model for the Anglican Diocese of Huron, a project funded by the University of Western Ontario, supervised by Dr. Cody Barteet. She is currently the Fundraising Chair of the Forest City Gallery's board. For more information, please visit her website.