I was born in Necochea (Buenos Aires,) on May 5th, 1973. I live in Buenos Aires. I’m a graphic designer and photographer.
With Julián Gatto, Guillermina Baiguera and Juan Moralejo we founded Canasta gallery. With Melina Dorfman and J. I. Moralejo we published Sede magazine.
I had exhibitions in Cobra gallery, La Bibliotheque, Centro Cultural Rojas, Belleza y Felicidad (colectiva), Youkali and Estación Alógena (indios del espíritu), in Rocket Gallery (Tokyio, Japón), The Bridge (Oita, Japón), X-Garten (Berlín, Alemania).
I am a contributor of Barzón, Correspondencia, Apartamento (Spain), i-D (England), Paper Sky (Japan), Ecocolo (Japan), Transit (Japan), Wondereur (Canada), Monument (Australia), Not Today (Taiwan), Freunde von Freunden (Germany).
Vision of art
1. Choose a work that represents you, describe it in relation to its format and materiality, its relation with time and space, its style and theme; detail its production process.
I really enjoy walking and looking about, and I always carry a light camera in my bag. I take a lot of pictures, and I feel very moved when I find something I know is unique and unrepeatable. The series of 100 portraits of young people of Buenos Aires I made for i-D magazine was a source of absolute joy. In a few days I took many pictures of several boys and girls, who filled me with bliss with their incredibly fresh looks and their amiable demeanors.
3. In reference to your work and your position in the national and international art fields, what tradition do you recognize yourself in? Who are your contemporary referents? What artists of previous generations are of interest to you?
The photos of Guillermo Ueno, Juan Moralejo, Peter Sutherland, Nicolás Larroquet, Nacho Iasparra, Henry Roy, Andrés Lehmann, Alina Schwarcz, Marcelo López, Lucrecia Seligra, Wolfgang Tillmans, Alberto Goldenstein, Constant Anée, Javier Scian and many others, which are very spontaneous and make a beautiful use of natural light.
4. Choose works or exhibitions from the last ten or fifteen years which in your opinion were very significant and explain why
The exhibitions of Alberto Goldenstein (Mar del Plata, Flaneur and Inside [Adentro],) the exhibition on Leo Batistelli’s grandfather at the Rojas Cultural Center, Lola Goldstein’s at the Recoleta Cultural Center and Lilian Van Esso’s at Canasta (Basket).