Ricardo Sanguinetti

(b.1940, Argentina)

He began his training with his mother, Annemarie Heinrich. In 1957, he attended Adox Photowerke in Germany and then studied at the Bayerische Staadtlehranstalt für Photografie in Munich. He also studied Chemistry at the Universidad de Buenos Aires and Cinematography at the Asociación de Cine Experimental. In 1962, he joined Annmarie Heinrich's studio, where he worked as a photographer, laboratory technician and printer, incorporating color into the company. He then founded his own Estudio Luzzi & Sanguinetti, dedicated to advertising and the only one in the country to process Cibacrome. Director and cameraman of documentary films on public works and wildlife, he was awarded the prize for best photography at the Montecatini Terme Film Festival, Italy, in 1991. He is currently working at the Heinrich Sanguinetti Studio with his sister Alicia, where they take photographs of portraits, dance, fashion and advertising, specialized in analogue black and white museum copying, as well as in the restoration and recovery of negatives and copies. His main exhibitions include: Maison de la Radio, Paris, 2004, Fotoespaña, Madrid, 2004; “Visión de un mito” Musée de la Phtographie, Charlerois, Bélgica, 2003; Museo de la Fotografía, Rafaela, Santa Fe, 1999; “Retrato de una Familia” Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, 1988; ARTEDER, Bilbao, España, 1982; Bienale Internationale, Caserta, Italia, 1982; “Vida Argentina en Fotos” Museo de Arte Moderno. World Photo Press, 1981; São Paulo Biennial, Brazil, 1969.