Andrea Spagnolo was born and live in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 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. She worked many years at the local DMB&B New York affiliate.
Her passion for photography continued to grow and she had her first solo show in 2005. Quasi self-taught, the experience as advertiser outlined her photographic style, transforming her into a conceptual photographer. 
She took courses and workshops with Argentine photographers Gustavo Molinari, Jorge Lorenzón, with Canadian artist Frank Rodick and online course with the photography curator of MOMA Museum Sarah Meister. Masterclasses with artist Vivian Galbán and the American Art Acquisitions Committee and Founder of the ATC Program Francesca Bellini Joseph, Zoom meetings at BA PhotoLive, Proa a Distancia. Clínicas de Obra with the photojournalist Martín Acosta and the curator María Carolina Bauló.
She won awards & recognition as an advertiser and as a photographer: Clarín Award: Newspaper Creativity/MECA Award: Street Advertising Creativity/ Pléyade Award: Magazine Creativity/Cronista Comercial Award: Institutional Advertising/ Scholarship from the Universidad del Salvador, Advertising Congress, Todo a la Parrilla, organized by the Círculo de Creativos de Buenos Aires/ Art and Photography Exhibition in the Raggio Museum, Buenos Aires, 2010/ CameraLess Month Meeting, talk, EXP21. Barcelona Festival, 2020/ El Félix, 51 Visual Arts Halls Fernán Félix de Amador, Buenos Aires, 2021- / Instant Agenda 2022, printed by an Polaroid Italian group, selected for the inside and cover back, 2021.-
Her work has been exhibited at art fairs, museums, and private galleries in Argentina, at the Argentinean Embassy in Panama, Colombia, Spain, Miami and New York. 

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