Facundo de Zuviría

(Argentina, 1954)

Facundo de Zuviría (Argentina, 1954), photographer, lives in Buenos Aires and the city is the central theme in his work. The main books published are Estampas Porteñas (1996), Siesta Argentina (2003), Cada vez te quiero más (2004), Buenos Aires: Coppola + Zuviría (2006), Paraná ra'angá (2013), Estampas (2015) and Frontalismo (2019). His most recent exhibitions include Fondation Cartier (Paris, 2013 and 2018), Museo del Chopo (México, 2018), America's Society (New York, 2017), Museo Lasar Segall (San Pablo, 2016), Fondation A Stichting (Brussels , 2015/2016), Whitechapel Gallery (London, 2015), Museo Amparo (Puebla, Mexico, 2014) and ICP (New York, 2014) and Centro Cultural Kirchner (Buenos Aires, 2019). He twice won the Konex Prize, and also the Leonardo Prize, from the National Museum of Fine Arts. He was curator of the anthological exhibition Mundo Propio: Modern Photography Argentina 1927-1962, which was presented at MALBA (Buenos Aires, 2019). His photos are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), MoMA (New York), Bibliothèque Nationale (Paris), Fondation Cartier (Paris), Fondation A Stichting (Brussels), National Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, MALBA-Fundación Costantini, Fundación Proa, Fondo Nacional de las Artes and Museo Castagnino, in Argentina, among other private and institutional collections in the country and abroad.