"His work has particular interest in urban legends, myths, oral history and collective memory. Facts, fictions, identity and territory. In them, he attempts to expand documentary narrative possibilities with experimental methods. These topics and some other things that he does not know how to explain very well in the conscious plane he has been working in his visual projects".
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Graduated in Photography at the Spilimbergo Arts & Crafts School (AR) in 2002. After that he has lived and worked as a photographer, chef and sailor in diverse countries from Latin America, Europe and Asia. And at the same time he was trained in different educational experiences on photography with Laura El-Tantawy, Martín Parr, Joan Fontcuberta, Harry Hardie, Marcos López, among others. In 2017/18 he studied in the laboratory "The Experimental Photobook" with the photographer and educator Julián Barón. He will be part during 2019/20 of the ISSP International Masterclass, a year-long international mentorship programe for emerging photographers
In 2018 he published his first photo book "Game Over". And in parallel he coordinates some intensive and decentralized workshops on photography, visual narrative, editing and photobooks.
His work was exhibited and published in Verzasca Foto Festival (CH), Valongo Festival (BR), Yet-Magazine (CH), Encontros da Imagen (PT), PHEspaña (ES), 20Fotógrafos (MX), SCAN PhotoBooks (ES), Ojo de Pez (ES), TransEurope (EU), XVIII Encuentros Abiertos-Festival de la Luz (AR) ... he was awarded a scholarship by the National Art Fund (AR). Finalist in Roberto Villagraz-EfTI Scholarship (ES), Finalist in Emergentes International Photography Award (PT), Scholarship in "Paraná Ra’anga" scientific-cultural expedition (ES/AR).
Exhibitions, scholarships and other things.
2019/20# ISSP International Masterclass. Programe for emerging photographers (Lithuania, Sicily and Latvia).
2019# Near member, Swiss Association for Contemporary Photography. Lausanne Switzerland.
2019# Creation Scholarship National Fund for the Arts, Argentina.
2018 # TransEurope. Forum of photography and visual art. Madrid Spain.
2018 # Loading Fest. Platform for creatives process and visual projects. Porto, Portugal.
2018 # Endless Editions Bienal. Video Projection of the photobook Game Over. NY, USA.
2018 # SCAN Tarragona. The photobook Game Over selected for the exhibition on photobooks. Spain.
2018 # Valongo Festival. Exhibition, “Photography and Fiction”. Sao Paulo, Brazil.
2018 # Encontros da Imagen. Finalist in Emergentes International Photography Award. Braga, Portugal.
2018 # Verzasca Foto Festival. Exhibition, “The interior forest”. Ticino, Switzerland.
2018 # “Game Over”, self-published book. Publication, activation and launch in La Tabacalera Madrid, Spain.
2018 # Nominated for the 6X6 Global Talent Program Word Press Photo.
2017 # Slideluck Montevideo. Cultural Center Spain-Montevideo, Uruguay.
2017 # Gazebook - Sicilia Photobook Festival. Selected for the curatorial project “When Book Make Love with Multimedia”. Italy.
2017 # PhotoEspaña. PHEweek discoveries. Spain.
2017 # Finalist in the Roberto Villagraz-EfTI Scholarship. Madrid, Spain.
2017 # Inedito Pen-Drive.Collective exhibition/projection Cultural Center Buenos Aires. Argentina.
2017 # Scholarship National Fund for the Arts , Argentina.
2016 # 20 photographers Tlacotalpan. Veracruz Mexico. Organized by FotoMuseo Cuatro Caminos and the Colectivo + 1.
2016 # Finalist of the Jacobo Tosco-EfTI Scholarship. Spain.
2015 # PhotoEspaña. “Transatlántica 10 años” at Casa América Madrid, Spain.
2014 # Residence Nido Errante. Anisacate edition, Argentina.
2014 # PhotoEspaña / Trasatlántica review in Rosario, Argentina.
2013 # Festival of Light. Exhibition in Alianza Francesa Mendoza, Argentina.
2012 # Getxo Photofestival collective “Praise to childhood”. Spain.
2012 # Documentary Photography Biennial. Collective exhibition “Independencias”. Tucumán, Argentina.
2012 # Urban Culture, collective exhibition in Espacio Naranjo. Madrid, Spain.
2010 # Festival of Light. Exhibition at the Soto Avedaño Museum in Tilcara. Jujuy, Argentina.
2010 # Scholarship in Paraná Ra’anga scientific-cultural expedition. Navigation of the Paraná River from Buenos Aires to Asunción, Paraguay.