Alejandro Chaskielberg

Alejandro Chaskielberg

Pixeles: Virtual Dreamers

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Available in 3 sizes: 90 x 60 cm, 137 x 90 cm and 167 x 110 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

Laberinto: Dreams

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

120 x 90 cm

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Laberinto: Cascada de Hielo

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

La Creciente: Su propia agua

C-Print

Available in 3 sizes: 100 x 80 cm, 140 x 110 cm and 190 x 152 cm.

100 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

La Creciente: Escape

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100 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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Available in 2 sizes: 70 x 90 cm and 90 x 120 cm.

70 x 90 cm

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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.

75 x 60 cm

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Otsuchi Future Memories: Debris #12

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

60 x 75 cm

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

Otsuchi Future Memories: Vending Machine

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60 x 75 cm

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Alejandro Chaskielberg

 

ALEJANDRO CHASKIELBERG. Argentina, 1977. Lives and works in Buenos Aires.
A preeminent contemporary photographer from Latin America, Chaskielberg is a cinematographer graduated by the National Institute of Cinematography of Argentina, he was named World Photographer of the Year by the World Photography Organization, recipient of the BURN Emerging Photographer Grant by the Magnum Foundation (2009) and the Leopold Godowsky Jr. Award by the Boston University in USA. With photography projects developed in Japan, Surinam, Kenia, Italy and Argentina, Chaskielberg has also published three books: Laberitno, Otsuchi y La Creciente. Chaskielberg oeuvre has been exhibited worldwide, from the Brighton Biennial curated by Martin Parr in 2009, The Daegu Photo Biennial (South Korea, 2014) and The Ballarat Photography Biennial (Australia, 2015); to the leading photo festivals and Biennials at New York, India, Japan, Greece, Turkey, UK, Argentina and Mexico (Otsuchi exhibition at Centro
de las Artes de Monterrey).
He is a visiting teacher at the Tokyo International Photography Institute and lecturer in Teds Talks. The PDN [Photo District News] listed him in the their 2009 Top Thirty Photographers Worldwide; 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. His work was featured in the pivotal book “Art Photography” by David Bate, professor at University of Westminster. Edited by Tate Publishing, UK 2015.

 

La Creciente, Otsuchi, Pixels “He crosses that boundary between photo documentary and fine arte” Jeff Moorfoot Director Australian International Foto Biennale, 20105 “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...
...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.
“Shot in the dead of night, his subjects from the small town of Otsuchi sat motionless for several minutes while he created long exposures. The results are meditative anda moving.” Wired
“A haunting reflection on the dynamic relationship between family photographs and community memory in the aftermath of... Japan’s still painful earthquake and tsunami disaster.” Lens Culture.
“The results, he says, are solemn and intimate—meditative “attempts to recover memories and bridge the past and the present”. National Geographic.