Alejandro Chaskielberg

Buenos Aires, 1977

Alejandro Chaskielberg

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2019

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Alumnos Festival Xulxul
2018

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Catedra Inundada
2019

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Color Squad
2019

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Curuzu Cuatia
2019

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: El Bolson
2019

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Virtual Dreamers

Archival Pigment Print

Ed. 7 + 2 A.P. 90 x 60 cm/ Other sizes availaboe, please inquire.

90 x 60 cm

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Final Tede
2019

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“Chaskielberg uses very slow exposures on a large-format camera to dislocate the naturalism… in photographs of rural and landscape…carefully lighting and sharply focussing it, balancing and blending artificial and natural light sources… The resulting effect is a combination of focus and blur in effect reconfiguring the old pictorial.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

C-Print
2017

Available in 3 sizes: 80 x 60 cm, 120 x 90 cm and 160 x 120 cm.

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The works by the Argentinian artist Alejandro Chaskielberg, (Juror's Pick by Martin Parr Award and Magnum Photography Awards), consist of powerful staged photographs made with a complex cinematographic lighting, during long exposures, in natural landscapes. Belonging to different series, this selection are visual metaphors in which focused and blurred coincide to subvert with mastery the meaning of the portrayed in captivating shots.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

C-Print
2017

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120 x 90 cm

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The works by the Argentinian artist Alejandro Chaskielberg, (Juror's Pick by Martin Parr Award and Magnum Photography Awards), consist of powerful staged photographs made with a complex cinematographic lighting, during long exposures, in natural landscapes. Belonging to different series, this selection are visual metaphors in which focused and blurred coincide to subvert with mastery the meaning of the portrayed in captivating shots.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

La Creciente: Su propia agua

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La Creciente series creates a wildly visual atmosphere, making us see that there is value in rethinking the techniques of photography as a mean to disrupt the all-too familiar patterns of visual thinking that inhabit wider social forms of representation. His aesthetics challenges the viewer’s perception of a subject and its meaning, which is what tends to be forgotten as a more critical aspect of the history of pictorialism”. David Bate. Art Photography. Tate Editions, London.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

C-Print
2014

110 x 80 cm

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La Creciente series creates a wildly visual atmosphere, making us see that there is value in rethinking the techniques of photography as a mean to disrupt the all-too familiar patterns of visual thinking that inhabit wider social forms of representation. His aesthetics challenges the viewer’s perception of a subject and its meaning, which is what tends to be forgotten as a more critical aspect of the history of pictorialism”. David Bate. Art Photography. Tate Editions, London.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Otsuchi future memories: Deer dancer

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Otsuchi Future Memories: Street Light

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Available in 2 sizes: 75 x 60 cm and 100 x 125 cm.

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Otsuchi Future Memories: Debris #12

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Otsuchi Future Memories: Vending Machine

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Buenos Aires, 1977

 

ALEJANDRO CHASKIELBERG. (Buenos Aires, 1977)

Cinematographer by the National Institute of Cinematography of Argentina. He performed Advanced Studies in Classical Music at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory (violin) and graphic animation at the National Art Institute Film of Avellaneda.

Based in Buenos Aires, he created projects in different countries such Japan, Surinam, Kenia, Italy and Argentina and published three books. Alejandro has lived for three years in the islands of the Parana River Delta to work on his first monograph La Creciente, featured at Art of Photography by David Bate, Tate UK.

His second monograph Otsuchi Future Memories, documents the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami in a small fishing town in Northern Japan. He recently published his third book Laberinto about a hedge maze built in the mountains of Argentinian Patagonia.

World Photographer of the Year 2011 by the World Photography Organization. BURN Emerging Photographer Grant from the Magnum Foundation and the Leopold Godowsky Jr. Award from the Boston University, All Roads Award from the National Geographic Society. RM Iberoamerican Photobook Prize for his book Otsuchi Future Memories. The New York- based magazine PDN [Photo District News] listed him in the their 2009 Top Thirty Photographers Worldwide. In 2012 the Spanish magazine C-Photo named hims as one of the New Latin American Look and in 2015 TIME Magazine named him between the Nine Argentinian Photographers to Watch.

Chaskielberg is currently developing video installations for theater, opera. He recently performed a TED talk at the prestigious Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires. His audiovisual portfolio includes more than forty documentaries made for Ciudad Abierta, the public TV of Buenos Aires City.

He has also directed audiovisual pieces for the french choreographer Reda Benteifour. Alejandro has also directed the photography of the documentaries Living Tongues by National Geographic in Paraguay and La ciudad que huye by Argentinean director Lucrecia Martel.

He is a visiting teacher at the Tokyo International Photography Institute. He has been one of the Masters of the First Latin American Masterclass organized by the World Press Photo. He is also Master at the ISSP - International Summer School of Photography in Latvia.

His photographic work was presented at the Brighton Biennial curated by Martin Parr in 2009 and at the Daegu Photo Biennial in South Korea 2014 and the Ballarat International Photography Biennial in Australia 2015.

His work has been exhibited in New York Photo Festival, Paraty en Foco in Brazil, Bienal de Fotografia de Cordoba in Argentina, El Ojo Salvaje in Paraguay, Nordic Light Festival in Norway, SCAN in Spain, Noortherlicht Festival, in Netherlands, the Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism in Germany, the Goa Photo Festival, India, Cortona on the Move in Italy, the Tokyo International Photography Festival, the Athens Photo Festival in Greece, the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China, Photoville Festival in New York, Atlanta and Boston and the Sengyang Industry Photo Festival in China.

 

La Creciente, Otsuchi, Pixels “Chaskielberg cruza la frontera entre lo documental y las artes visuales.” Jeff Moorfoot Director de la Bienal Internacional de Fotografía de Australia.
"Chaskielberg utiliza exposiciones muy lentas, en cámara de gran formato, para dislocar el naturalismo exigido a la foto de paisaje… iluminando y enfocando cuidadosamente con nitidez equilibrada, al combinar fuentes de luz artificiales y naturales... El efecto resultante es una asombrosa combinación de enfoque y desenfoque que reconfigura el estilo pictórico… …La serie La Creciente crea una atmósfera salvajemente visual, haciéndonos ver que es valido repensar las técnicas de la fotografía, como un medio para disrruptir los patrones demasiado familiares del pensamiento visual, que habitan formas sociales más amplias de representación. Su estética desafía al espectador en la percepción del sujeto-significado, que es lo que tiende a ser olvidado como el aspecto crítico del pictorialismo ". David Bate Fotografía Artística. Ediciones Tate, Londres.
“Capturadas en oscuras noches, sus sujetos del pequeño pueblo de Otsuchi permanecieron inmóviles durante varios minutos mientras el artista creaba largas exposiciones. Los resultados son meditativos y conmovedores “. Wired "Una inquietante reflexión sobre la relación dinámica entre la foto de familia y la memoria de una comunidad después de los, todavía, dolorosos terremoto y tsunami en Japón". Lens Culture.

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EXHIBICIONES, PREMIOS & PUBLICACIONES

UBICACIÓN

2019
Laberinto, BlenalSur - Solo Show
Palacio Ferreyra, Córdoba, Argentina
2018
Otsuchi Future Memories - Solo Show
Centro de Arte Conarte, Monterrey, Mexico
2018
Otsuchi Future Memories - Solo Show
Buenos Aires, Argentina
2017
Laberinto - Published Book
Published by India, Argentina
2017
Premio Braque
Museo de los Inmigrantes, Buenos Aires , Argentina
2016
Magnum Pfotograpfy Awards - Juror´s Pick by Martin Parr
USA
2016
Human Landscapes - Group Exhibition
Egyptian Center for International Cultural Cooperation, El Cairo, Egypt
2016
Industry re.Imagined - Group Exhibition
Shenyang Festival, Shenyang Industry Museum, Shenyang, Liaoning
2016
Otsuchi Future Memories - Group Exhibition
Athens Photo Festival, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece
2015
La Creciente - Solo Show
Ballarat International Photography Biennial
2015
Otsuchi Future Memories Published Book
Published by Editorial RM, forewords by Daido Moriyama, Spain-Mexico
2015
Otsuchi Memorias del Futuro - Solo Show
Galería del Prado, CDF Montevideo, Uruguay
2015
Otsuchi Memorias del Futuro - Solo Show
Sony Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2015
Otsuchi Memorias del Futuro - Solo Show
Tokyo International Photography Festival, Tokyo,
2015
La Creciente - Solo Show
Goa Photo Festival, India
2015
Otsuchi Memorias del Futuro - Solo Show
Cortona on the Move Festival, Italy
2015
Contemporary Argentinian Photography - Group Exhibition
Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, Rusia
2015
The Other - Group Exhibition
GOA Festival, Panaji, GOA, India
2015
Aquí nos vemos, Fotografía en Améria Latina
Centro Cultural Kirchner, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2014
5th RM Iberoamerican Photobook Award
RM Editorial, Spain-Mexico
2014
Territories and Subjectivities - Group Exhibition
Contemporary Art from Argentina, Art Museum of Americas, USA
2014
Main Exhibition - Group Exhibition
Photo Biennial, Daegu, South Korea
2014
4th Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism - Group Exhibition
Hannover, Germany
2014
Otsuchi Future Memories - Group Exhibition
The Fence / Photoville, Boston, Atlanta, Brooklyn, USA
2013
The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar - Group Exhibition
Langgeng Art Foundation, Jogjakarta, Indonesia
2013
The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar - Group Exhibition
Museum Mariënburg, Paramaribo, Suriname
2013
Nuevos Documentos - Group Exhibition
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires
2013
Nordic Light Festival - Group Exhibition
Kristiansund, Norway
2012
Moon Velvet - Solo Show
916 Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2012
Turkana - Solo Show
Oxo Gallery, London, UK
2012
La Creciente - Solo Show
Ring Cube Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2012
Face to Face - Group Exhibition
Statoil Art Programme, Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan
2012
Terra Cognita: Turkana - Group Exhibition
Noortherlicht Festival, Netherlands
2011
L´Iris D´Or – World Photographer of the Year - Award
World Photography Organization, UK
2011
New Yorker / Fiction / Real - Group Exhibition
Steven Kasher Gallery, NY
2011
La Creciente - Published Book
Published by Nazraeli Press, forewords by Martin Parr, USA
2011
POYI – Best Latin American Portrait - Award
Pictures of the Year, USA
2011
High Tide - Solo Show
Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, USA
2011
High Tide - Solo Show
Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, UK
2010
El Ojo Salvaje - Solo Show
CC Cabildo, Asunción, Paraguay
2009
BURN Emerging Photographer Grant - Award
Magnum Foundation, USA
2009
Leopold Godowsky Jr. - Award
Photographic Resource Center, Boston University, USA
2009
PDN30, Selected as on of the “30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch” - Award
USA
2009
SCAN 09 Latent Talent Award, International Photography Award
Government of Cataluña, Spain
2009
La Creciente - Solo Show
Museo Emilio Caraffa, Córdoba, Argentina
2008
All Roads Photography Program - Award
National Geographic Society, USA
2008
50 Aniversario Fondo Nacional de las Artes - Award
Argentina National Funds of the Arts, Argentina
2008
MoLAA Awards
Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, USA
2007
La Creciente - Solo Show
Galería Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2006
Curriculum Zero Award
Buenos Aires, Argentina