Buenos Aires, CABA, Argentina
Ignacio Coló is a photographer and photo editor born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1980.
He lived in Paris, where he specialized in Photography History at the Sorbonne University. Back in Buenos Aires, he completed photography studies at the Escuela Argentina de Fotografía (EAF) and studied Cinematography at SICA, the union of filmmaking professionals.
He currently works at the Sunday magazine of La Nacion, a major Argentinian newspaper, as a photographer and photo editor. He works freelance for other magazines and newspapers. He is also a senior photo editor at www.phmuseum.com, an online photography museum.
He worked as an assistant for Magnum photographers Martin Parr and Jim Goldberg.
He was nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass 2009 organized by World Press Photo. His photographs have been exhibited in individual and collective shows.
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