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Alejandro Chaskielberg  Buenos Aires, Argentina

'Roland Paiva's Radiance'
'The Foreigner'

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About Alejandro

Alejandro Chaskielberg was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and studied cinematography at the National Film Institute of Argentina.

He began his career as a photojournalist for local newspapers and magazines, but soon realized the creative limitations of mainstream media.

His work has been exhibited since 2006 and he has won numerous awards, including the Curriculum Cero Award, one of the most prestigious awards for young artists in Argentina, BURN magazine’s Emerging Photographer Grant, and the Leopold Godowsky Jr. Award.

Chaskielberg participated in National Geographic All Roads photography program and recently he was named one of PDN magazine’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch.

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"There is a kind of hyperreal quality to Alejandro Chaskielberg's photographs. They have a wonderful spatial, resonance that I find to be slightly dislocating."

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10 of 31 reactions displayed

"Interesting mood he's created, through lighting & perspective. I like them."

"the limitless......"


"awesome!! spooky, twilight zone. great job!"

"Wow, just... Wow.... :)"

"to me it looks like he used Long exposure for the pictures. If you keep your models still enough or use quick bursts of light you can get similar results, but it is so hard to predict how the shot will turn out, and each one takes a couple minutes to process before you see the picture. it is absolutely incredible that he achieved these results."

"These are fantastic. Fun lighting effects. Almost dream-like"

"This is fenominal."

"I think she is hiding...the second one looks like those people are looking. I love the color contrast in the first one. Her shirt/Grass"

"Ehh... It's a little too abstract for me. The lighting is unique. It reminds me of the Romantic period."

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