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Sergio Castiglione, artista de la fotografía, recorrió ciudades en todo el mundo.  En cada una de ellas buscó capturar, a través de su arquitectura, lo que las hace únicas.​

Sergio Castiglione, a fine art photographer, has visited cities throughout the world. In each, he has tried to capture its architecture in a unique way.

Bio

An architect and a fine art photographer, Sergio Castiglione has conducted creative art and art management activities as assistant curator for the exhibition of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the National Academy of Fine Arts in 1985 and for the Palanza Award in 1986. He wrote for the architecture publications of El Cronista and La Nación newspapers and Summa and D&D magazines from 1986 to 1990. Between 1990 and 1993, while living abroad, he became correspondent in Europe and the USA.

He has visited more than two hundred cities all over the world and has captured in his photos the trait that made each of them unique from his artistic viewpoint. Mr. Castiglione was the editor of Arquis, the magazine of the School of Architecture for Universidad de Palermo between 1993 and 1999. He was also co-author of Estancias Argentinas published in 1996 and curator of the exhibition “Madera, Acero y Piedra – Arquitectura y Diseño Finlandés de los 90” at the MNBA in Buenos Aires. He received the photography award “Ventanas al Futuro” in 2014 sponsored by Parex Group and CAyC. 

 

Mr. Castiglione has two books published: Espejos Urbanos - Otra forma de mirar Buenos Aires (2014) and Momentum – Intersections in sports (2017), both declared of cultural interest by the Buenos Aires City Legislature and sponsored by the Law of Patronage of the City of Buenos Aires. 
 

He has participated in a number of group and solo exhibitions at Buenos Aires, La Plata and Rosario in Argentina; Florianopolis, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil; Montreal, Canada; Mumbay, India; Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Miami, New York, Palm Beach and Washington in the USA; Livorno, Lucca Milan and Viareggio in Italy; and Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates.

He currently lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.