Rio

RIO
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Seg . BudapestV02.576x295

Budapest
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CDG 2009-2305

PARIS
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NYC 4.0

NEW YORK
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Seg . Viena

Viena
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Seg . LJV03

Lubliana
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London 4.0

LONDON
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MIA 1936-2220 sin marco

MIAMI
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VCE 2123-2251

VENICE
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MILAN
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EZE 1753-2055

BA
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Sergio Castiglione

Sergio Castiglione was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He participated in a large number of activities related to creative art and culture. While at the University of Buenos Aires, he was assistant curator for the exhibition of the 50th anniversary of the National Academy of Fine Arts (MNBA) (1985) and, later on, assistant curator of the Palanza Award (1986), working for architect Alberto Bellucci in both cases. As architecture reporter Mr. Castiglione wrote for El Cronista, La Nación, Summa magazine, and D&D (1986–1990), among others, and was appointed correspondent in Europe and the USA as member of a team led by Carlos L. Dibar. Between 1993 and 1999 Sergio Castiglione served as publisher of Arquis, University of Palermo’s School of Architecture news magazine, and some issues of Casas magazine. He was also co-author of a book called Estancias Argentinas (1996) published with Hernán Barbero Sarzábal. In 1997, Sergio Castiglione was curator of the exhibition “Madera, Acero y Piedra – Arquitectura y Diseño Finlandés de los 90” (“Wood, Steel and Stone – Finnish Architecture and Design of the 90s”) opened at the MNBA by the President of Finland, Martti Ahtisaari, during an official visit to Argentina.

 

Presently, Mr. Castiglione practices equally as photographer and architect and participates in real estate developments. Since 1990 he has lived in Italy, Malta and the USA. He visited over two hundred cities all over the world documenting constructions and city landmarks. He currently lives and works in Buenos Aires.

 


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