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Title: Hombres Razonables.
Serie: El borde entre dos espacios.
Author: Matias Kritz.
I invite you to visit the Photography Section at my new website 2019.
www.matiaskritz.com (Link in bio)
Kritz is a veteran to the art world having exhibited and collaborated with his work internationally since 1989. His academic and professional achievements are manifold and defy a single genre -spanning from photographic essays, academic writings, and cutting edge experiential visual art projects. Kritz’s ceaseless experimentation and intersecting interests translate to a singular richness in his photographic work
Publishings: “Movement and Pictorial Space, The Video Beauty”; National University of La Jolla, California, University of Phenomenology & Media, Mexico City, and in the Universities Albert Ludwing and Hochschule Furtwagen, Germany. Dr. Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canán, Luis R. Vera Chaparro. Numerous pieces in photography magazines and other media
Select solo exhibitions: Museum Evita (2013), Museum Emilio Caraffa (2014), Decorative Arts National Museum (2015), Buenos Aires Photo Opening Show (2015), Palacio Duhau, Park Hyatt (2015), Gallery Nights Buenos Aires (2016)
Commissioned based photo assignments for International Foundation Jorge Luis Borges, Legislature of Buenos Aires, and acclaimed series for renown Mental Health Hospital Braulio Moyano (Buenos Aires, Argentina) among others
Mr. Kritz collaborated with the artist Angelo Musco in his photography project: “Sanctuary”, New York (2016) and in the soundtrack of the film Conception alongside Giulio Carmassi -Pat Metheny’s pianist
Winner of the Golden Medal to Architecture ; Interior Design CASA FOA 2015 (Buenos Aires, Argentina) for his use of digitally printed porcelain in experiential space
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