Hugo Passarello Luna. Photographer and multimedia journalist. Freelance for media in Latin America and France. Eiffel Scholar (France), Global Citizenship Award (Canada), Daniel Pearl Prize (Wall Street Journal Europe).
I use images and text to narrate engaging stories. Some are mine, some are of my the media I work for. All are true.
My photography work has appeared in media such as Revista Poder, Discover magazine, Der Spiegel Online, SMBH Mag, LeMonde.fr, Le Figaro Magazine, etc.
Photos have been displayed in the Art Museum of the Americas (Special Acknowledgment Photography Contest, Washington DC, October 2012). And awarded by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) for the photo exhibition “Women Count” (Washington DC, March 2012). Winner of IFES’ 2013 Photo Contest (Washington DC, September 2013).
Before jumping into professional journalism and photography I founded in 2006 Argentina Elections a leading informative website on elections in Argentina, nominated by Politics Online and World e-Gov Forum as one of the top 10 sites that is changing the world of internet and politics.
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Media Appearances and exhibitions
To check all media appearances and exhibitions check my blog: http://www.hugopassarello.com/blog/
Article on The New York Times photojournalism blog Lens about my “Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortázar, his readers and Paris“. March 2015. You can read it here.
The “Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortázar, his readers and Paris” was covered by several media around the world, most of which you can discover right on this link.
Exhibition “Dialogues / Diálogos – Paris / Buenos Aires” by Alina Najlis in the art gallery Viaduc des Arts in Paris. To know more about the exhibition check the books published about it and the photos. To know more about the artist Alina Najlis. June 2013
Special acknowledgment in the Photo Contest “Snapshots of Democracy” organized by the Art Museum of the Americas and the Organization of the American States. “This celebratory exhibit mirrors the mission of AMA, supporting core OAS values and affirming the ability of artistic practice to comment on the importance of democratic action.” (November 2012, Washington, D.C., USA)
Selected photograph for the exhibit “Women Count: A Global Spotlight” organized by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES). “To mark International Women’s Day 2012 and emphasize the importance of promoting equal rights for women, IFES presents a selection of outstanding photographs online and on display at IFES’ Washington, D.C., headquarters that highlight barriers and advances in women’s political participation around the world.” (March 2012, Washington, D.C., USA).