Leandro Artigala is a New York based architect and photographer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, studied photography at the Centro Cultural Recoleta and architecture at the National University of Buenos Aires, where he received his BS and MS from the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, carefully balancing his work in both fields ever since. In 2001 Leandro moved to New York, where he joined the architecture firm Point. Whether behind a camera, drawing board or computer, Artigala conveys a distinct and original voice. His work reflects his love of spaces, volume and light that he finds in both nature and the man-made world.


2019 “Minimalist Photography Awards”
Open Category Honorable Mention.

2019 “On the Rocks”
An open juried Summer group show of contemporary artworks features depictions of majestic mountain ranges, rocky crags, bluffs, peaks, hills, steep cliffs, and monoliths.
June 26- August 29, 2019 | Opening reception: June 26, 2019

2015 “The Florence International Photo Awards”
A collaboration between the Tethys Fine Art Gallery and the New Era Museum.

2015 “IPPAWARDS” Honorable Mention.

2013 “1650 Gallery”
Several juried photo exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.

2011 Photo Club Buenos Aires
International Virtual Exhibition.

2008 “Click! A Crowd-Curated Exhibition”
The Brooklyn Museum, NY.

2006 “Landscapes: Urban, Interior, Natural”
Susan Eley Fine Art, NY.

2004 “Zoom in Patagonia”
Consulate General of Argentina, NY

2003 semi-finalist in Picture.com, a competition organized by Maryland’s International Library of Photography.

2001 “Here is New York: A Democracy of Photographs.”

1993 Ilotopie Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina.