Facundo de Zuviría (Argentina, 1954), photographer, lives and works in Buenos Aires. Urban landscape is the main subject in his work. He published books like Estampas Porteñas (1996), Siesta Argentina (2003) and Paraná ra’angá (2013), among many others. He showed his work at Sao Paulo (1991) and Mercosur (2000) biennials, as at museums and galleries in different countries, and recently at Fondation Cartier (Paris, 2013), International Center of Photography (New York, 2014), Museo Amparo (Puebla, México, 2014), Lasar Segall Museum (Sao Paulo, 2014) and Museo Colección Fortabat (Buenos Aires, 2014). He obtained Konex Award twice (1992, 2012) and Leonardo Award (1996), from the National Museum of Fine Arts, at Buenos Aires. His work is represented at the Museum of Fine Arts, PROA, MALBA, Museum of Modern Art – in Buenos Aires-, Fondation Cartier, Fondation Hermes, National Library –in Paris- and other important private collections.