Andrés Wertheim was born in Buenos Aires in 1962 and began studying photography with Horacio Coppola in 1984.
He has lived in Germany for over twenty years and his documentaries and conceptual projects have led him to travel all over the world. In 1988 he studied video production at The International Film & TV Workshops, Maine, USA.
In 2012 he attended Juan Travnik’s workshop for aesthetics and expression.
He participated in CITY 2000: a project that aims to preserve images of life in Chicago for future generations. He is a member of the German Journalists’ Association and works with picture agencies. Andrés Wertheim’s work is published worldwide.
In 2018, his book “Los Espíritus del Museo / The Museum’s Ghosts” was published.
In 2020, he published “Miradas remotas / Remote looks”.
Andrés Wertheim has participated in several solo and group exhibitions worldwide. His works can be found in private and public collections in Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Russia, the United States and Canada.
Andrés Wertheim introduces us to three books that have accompanied, inspired and influenced him.