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MARCOS A. ZIMMERMANN

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY


Marcos Zimmermann was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1950. He studied cinematography at the Instituto Nacional de Cinematografía in Buenos Aires and started his professional career as still photographer of feature films. For several years he lived in Rome, where he worked as a freelance photographer and held exhibitions in different countries of Europe. Since 1989 he has worked in Argentina, in the publication of twelve books of photographs which explore the identity of his country. These books have made Marcos Zimmermann a relevant figure in Argentine photography at this moment. His work is currently exhibited in different museums and galleries that have acquired his work in Argentina, Peru, Japan, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Naetherlands, Italy and the United States.

One man exhibitions:

(Selection)


2010 - "Desnudos sudamericanos"; at Caraffa Museum, Córdoba, Argentina.

2010 - "South American Nudes"; at Couturier Gallery, Los Ángeles, U.S.A.

2009 - "Marcos Zimmermann, the eyes of land" at Instituto Crevantes, Tokyo, Japan.

2009 - "Desnudos sudamericanos" at Palais de Glace. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2008 - Un perro en el Paraíso” at Vasari Art Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2007 - Where Rivers Join the Sea” at the Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, USA.

2006 – “Marcos Zimmermann, fotografías 1989/1998” at the Fotogalería del teatro San Martín. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005 - Plantas autóctonas de la Argentina” at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005 - Norte Argentino, la tierra y la sangre” at at the Museum of Kyushu Sangyo University in Fukuoka, Japan.

2004 - Norte Argentino, la tierra y la sangre” at the Shadai Gallery, Tokyo.

2001 - Argentina, naturaleza para el futuro” at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2000 - Serie del yacaré” at the Centro Cultural Rojas. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1997 - “Río de la Plata, río de los sueños” at the Fotogalería del teatro San Martín. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1995 - “Patagonia, un lugar en el viento” at the Centro de Promoción Argentino. Milan, Italy.

1993 - “Patagonia, un lugar en el viento” at the Instituto de Cultura Brasil-Argentina. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

1990 - “Marcos Zimmermann, fotografías” at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1984 - Video Games” at the Museo de Telecomunicaciones. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1980 - “Viale Angelico” at Il Fotogramma Gallery. Rome, Italy.



Group exhibitions:

(Selection)


2010 - “Identidad” at Centro Fotográfico Manuel Álvarez Bravo; Oaxaca, México.

2002 - “Classic Beauty” at Throckmorton Fine Art Gallery. New York, USA..

2001 - “Fotografía Argentina” at Photoespaña 2001. Madrid, Spain.

1999 - “Myths, Dreams and Realities in Argentine Contemporary Photography” at the International Center of Photography (I.C.P). New York, U.S.A.

1998 - “La colección del Museo” at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1996 - “La colección del Museo” at the Museo de Arte Moderno. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1995 - “Luz y Tiempo”. Manuel Alvarez Bravo Collection for the Televisa Cultural Foundation A.C. at the Centro Cultural/Arte Contemporáneo. Mexico City, Mexico.

1993 - “Canto a la Realidad- Fotografía Latinoamericana 1860-1993”. Exhibition of photographs from the Erika Billeter’s book at the Casa de las Americas. Madrid, Spain.

1981 - “Dog Show” (together with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, J. Henri Lartigue, Robert Frank, Josef Kudelka, Martine Frank, Eliot Erwit etc.) at the Delpire-Nouvel Observateur Gallery. Paris, France.

Publications:

(As the author of the books)


1991 - "Patagonia, a Place in the Wind". Prologue by Adolfo Bioy Casares. (MZ Ediciones; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

1994 - "Río de la Plata, River of Dreams”. (MZ Ediciones; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

1994 - “Siderca 40 years". (Techint; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

1998 - "Northern Argentina, Land and Kin". (MZ Ediciones; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2001 - "Argentina, Nature for the Future". (Nature for the Future Foundation Editions; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2004 - "Patagonia, Last Frontier". Texts by Tomás Eloy Martínez. (La Isla/ Blume Editions; Buenos Aires, Argentina/ Madrid, Spain).

2004 - “Under the Stars, images of the inner Argentina”. Prologue by Hector Tizón. (Follio Gallery/ Waterous and Co.; Calgary, Canada).

2005 - “Native Plants of Argentina”. (Ediciones Lariviére; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2007 - “Route 40”. (Nature for the Future Foundation Editions; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2008 - “Argentina, the landscape”. (Ediciones Lariviére; Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2008 - “A Dog in Paradise”. (MZ Ediciones; Buenos Aires, Argentina).



2009 - “South American Nudes”. (Ediciones Lariviére; Buenos Aires, Argentina).
And many other books and magazines.

Main Collections:
• Houston Museum of Fine Arts. USA. (Curated by Anne Tucker).

• John Szarkowski Collection for the Paine Webber Group. New York, U.S.A.

• Bank of América Collection. San Francisco, U.S.A.

• Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts. Kiyosato, Japan. (Curated by Eikoh Hosoe).

• Shadai Gallery Collection. Tokyo, Japan.

• Kyushu Sangyo Museum. Kyushu, Japan.

• Manuel Alvarez Bravo Collection for the Fundación Cultural Televisa. Mexico.

• Musèe de la Fotografie a Charleroi, Belgium.

• Cabinet des Estamps et de la Photografie de la Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris. France.

• Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

• Museo de Arte Moderno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
And in private collections of Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, USA, France, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.

Prizes:
• “Fundación El Libro's Prize” for Best Argentine Art Book.

• “Golden Pyramid Prize” for the Best Photographic Work of the Year.

• “Leonardo Prize” of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Argentina.

mail: marcoszimm@gmail.com



web page: www.marcoszimmermann.com
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