Andrea Spagnolo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and today lives and work in the nearby Olivos. Bachelor´s Degree in Advertisement, graduated with honors. She used to work as an Account Director, responsible for national and international client support and communication, from different industries.

Andrea has won awards & recognition as an advertiser and as a photographer including the following:
“Clarín” Award: Newspaper Creativity
“MECA” Award: Street Advertising Creativity
“Pléyade” Award: Magazine Creativity
“Cronista Comercial” Award: Institutional Advertising
“Art and Photography Exhibition” at the Raggio Museum, Buenos Aires, selected by contest -2010- 
"CameraLess Month Meeting", talk, EXP21. Barcelona Festival, selected by contest -2020- 
"El Félix", 51 Visual Arts Halls Fernán Félix de Amador, exhibition at Quinta Trabucco, selected by contest -2021- 
Since 2005 she has exhibited widely in Argentina, at the Argentinean Embassy in Panama, Colombia, Spain, Miami and New York. 

Artist Statement

As an artist, I work hard to develop photographs that show the beauty that exists in life. I believe that beauty and harmony are the best ways to introduce any theme, especially those that are too strong to show.
I see photography as a way to transmit sensations and recreate reality through my eyes. Being a conceptual photographer, I base my work on social and philosophical aspects with great focus on people and their environments. 
Upon discovering something interesting, I try to share my opinion and urge people to think about the concept.
The modern landscape is a recurring theme in my photography, as human being social scene and how it modifies itself.

I experiment with different techniques and processes that I develope personally. The looking for harmony is a constant in my artwork.
The photographic aesthetics are always designed to enhance and enrich the idea in the image.
The most gratifying experience as an artist is when I connect with my audience by sharing a complete project: "The artwork has a meaning when it transcends the artist". Photography involves baring the soul. 

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