Bio

Julian Matias Guridi was born in 1979, in Adolfo Gonzales Chaves, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
During his childhood took art clases in El Hogar Agrícola, institution dedicated to artistic formation of his hometown.
In 1997 ingress at the career Visual Communication Design at National University of La Plata, where he took contact at first time with photography.
He graduated in 2003, he continues working at today in digital marketing agencies and as a freelance profesional.
En agosto de 2016 realiza el taller intensivo de obra “¿Cómo construimos nuestros proyectos?” con Ananké Asseff y Alessandra Sanguinetti 2016.
In august of 2016, he take the workshop “¿Cómo construimos nuestros proyectos?” with Ananké Asseff and Alessandra Sanguinetti 2016.
In march of 2012 began to assist at the workshop “Del Pensamiento a la Imagen” directed by Lena Szankay until december of 2013.
It also develop his activities in the field of 3D design, digital retouch & digital painting.

Exhibitions:
2017 Second place in POY Latam Documentary and artistic photography of Iberoamerica. http://www.poylatam.org/premios-2017/

2017 Selected to exhibit PH Photo Patagonia 2016. I International Festival of Analog Photography and Alternative Processes in Río Gallegos, Patagonia Argentina. http://www.photopatagonia.com.ar/

2016 Photographic mention in 105° edition of National Salon of Visual Arts 2016. www.palaisdeglace.gob.ar/SN/

2016 Project selected for Slideluck Buenos Aires and Poland. http://slideluck.com/artist/julian-guridi/

2016 Selected in National Salon of Bicentennial, in Provincial Museum of Fine Arts Timoteo Navarro, of San Miguel de Tucumán. Museo Timoteo Navarro

2016 Caja Lumínica Project. Itinerant Contemporary Analog Photography Show.

2016 Selected to exhibit PH Photo Patagonia 2016. I International Festival of Analog Photography and Alternative Processes in Río Gallegos, Patagonia Argentina. http://www.photopatagonia.com.ar/

2016 Selected in the call SICALAM.

2015 Selected to exhibit in FAFILP. CC Islas Malvinas, La Plata, Argentina.

2014/1205 Solo Análogas Project. Itinerant Contemporary Analog Photography Show.

2014 Selected to exhibit in Más que Mil Buenos Aires “Desde mi ventana”.

2014 Selected to exhibit in Más que Mil Buenos Aires “Este es mi Buenos Aires. Este soy yo”