Andrea Guedella

2019 - 2020

Andrea Guedella's work investigates the systems of representation of the subject in contemporary times. Many times she uses the conceptual self-portrait, her body as a photographic object and humor as the rhetoric of the critique of power, creating social archetypes about the feminine reflecting on the complexity of building oneself today as a woman.

With mastery in composition and color, her work always provides the amount of light expected from a powerful and different style.

She start to exhibited her works nationally and internationally, since 2015.

Some of her latest distinctions:

IPA winner 2021 Portfolio fine art category

BIFA Silver medal (Budapest)

TYFA Silver medal (Tokio)

Two honorable mentions by “The Prix de la Photographie PARIS

, (PARIS PHOTO 2020).

“Awards of Excellence” in The Art of Isolation/Survey 1/2 by Curator´s Voice (Miami).

Honorable mention at Tokyo International Photo Awards (2019, Fine Art)

First prize at Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, 2019.

Collage and digital intervention category.

Selected by CDF Montevideo, for the Seminar dictated by the artist Roger Ballen.

Solo exhibition winner, at the last Festival de la Luz, in Buenos Aires.

During 2020 she exhibit her work in several virtual Galleries at The Latino Art Museum, (Los Angeles, USA) , LALA CONTEMPORARY (Montreal, Cánada), Fundación Rómulo Raggio (Argentina).


In BAPhoto Live Edition 2020 and Museo de la Carcova in "In Pause", international photography exhibition. And in Fotoschweiss 2021 representing latinoamericano woman photography.

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  • Covid Era

  • Rotten

  • Beauty mask

  • Still Rain

  • En Garde

  • Cruci-fiction

  • Pandemia moods

  • Bride-don´t

  • Be twin us

  • Fragile

  • Tout

  • Merry Christmas

  • My gritte.

  • Sping is coming...

  • Alienated

  • Iron woman

  • Time after time

  • Merde! Freedom, equality and solidarity...

  • Lost summer

  • The end

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