Andrés Flajszer (Buenos Aires, 1975)

Formed both as architect and photographer, moves to Barcelona in the year 2000 where he finishes his studies in architecture at ETSAV-UPC and completes his photographic training at IEFC
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In a seven year period he collaborates with local architecture offices (b01, DataAE, nug) engaging in competitions, urban planning, and building projects
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He joined Actar Publishers in 2011 for a two year period as part of the editorial team, involved among others in two titles: “The Sniper’s Log (Architectural chronicles of Generation X)” and “Barcelona: Modern architecture guide”
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Since 2011 is involved in academical activity teaching courses on architectural photography, narrative and storytelling at Escola Sert/COAC, Moscow Higher School of Economics, IaaC/Valldaura Labs among others.
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Since 2005 he tries to inhabit the in-between space that links architecture to photography. Gravitating between architectural and landscape photography (that he takes on as professional assignments) and his more personal work and explorations that could be described as photographical architecture. Photography is implemented as a tool for observation but more importantly as a way to transform and construct the very many realities of the multiverse.

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