The Uruguayan artist Roberto Fernández Ibáñez is a trained chemist, and self-taught photographer; his images are characterized be experimentation with chemistry and light – a return to the foundational elements of photographic technique. Exploring the frontier between the real and the imaginary, his work reflects his interests in the environment, human behavior, and symbolism. Roberto’s work has been exhibited in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, France, Netherlands, Spain, United States and Uruguay. In 2012, He was awarded the Morosoli Award in Arts, Uruguay, in recognition of his artistic trajectory and his contribution to Uruguayan culture. His work is held in collections around the world. He resides in Solymar, Uruguay, a seaside town near Montevideo.
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