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Iñaki BERGERA
grau Doutoramento
categoria Professor Associado
vínculo Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura Universidad de Zaragoza
email ibergeraunizar.es
ano 27-07-2015
Chave de associação FCT J633639tmp6g (10%)

grupos de investigação   Centro de Comunicação e Representação Espacial - Center for Communication and Spatial Representation

Iñaki Bergera received his degree in Architecture (1997) and PhD (2002) from the ETSAN (Spain). Funded by Fundación ‘la Caixa’, he graduated with distinction from Harvard University in 2002 with a Masters Degree in Architecture (MDesS). His PhD dissertation was awarded and published by the Fundación Caja de Arquitectos (Arquia/Tesis n.18, Barcelona, 2005).
He is Associate Professor at the School of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Zaragoza, having taught formerly at the ETSAN (1997-2007) and at the Universidad Europea in Madrid (2007-09). He has been a visiting teacher and guest critic at the London AA, Harvard GSD, TEC in Monterrey and the Schools of Architecture of the University of Arizona, Bologna-Cesena, FAUP and Antwerp.
In 2001 he studied photography at the Harvard School of Visual Arts with the British photographer Chris Killip. Ever since then, he has been passionately involved in photography both as practice and as scholarly endeavor, understanding architecture and photography as interdisciplinary parallel subjects. Along with that, his interest in contemporary urban and hybrid landscapes and buildings has lead him to produce an intensive and coherent photo work displayed in several solo and collective exhibitions.
He is principal of the Research Project "Photography and Modern Architecture in Spain 1925-65" and curated the homonymous exhibition held at the Museo ICO in Madrid (2014). He has edited and published several books and essays on journals like Arquitectura Viva, and lectured in more than 20 international conferences, being also guest editor for Columbia University Journal Future Anterior’s special issue on “Photography and Preservation” (2014). He has conducted research at the CCA in Montreal, the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the CCP in Tucson or Columbia University as Visiting Scholar.
In collaboration with Iñigo Beguiristain, he has received several architecture recognitions like the Chicago Athenaeum (2014), the COAVN Award in 2013 and 2010, the Saloni Award in 2006 –finalist in 2010 and 2007– and finalist of the FAD Awards in 2013 and 2010.

 
 
 
 
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