Fernando Guerra

Nationality: Portuguese

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Artist Profile

Born Lisbon in 1970, graduated in architecture in 1993 in Lisbon, worked in Macau as an architect 1994-9 and taught architecture studios in Arca-Euac in Coimbra, Portugal 1999-2005.

Together with his brother, Sergio Guerra, who takes care of the business side, they founded the studio FG+SG in 1999. Fernando has been taking photographs since he was 16 years old.

They also constitute a publishing house: FG+SG Livros de Imagem. Their work is regularly published in several architecture magazines and monograph publications such as Casabella, A+U, Dwell, El Croquis, Icon and Domus.

Fernando works mainly to commission for architects. His clients include the most important Portuguese architects: Alvaro Siza, Goncalo Byrne, Manuel Salgado, Graca Dias, ARX Portugal, Promontorio Arquitectos, Aires Mateus among others, but the studio also seeks new practices with exciting new work.

The power of an image to light up an aspect of reality is to everyone's knowledge, enormous. A good photographer of architecture can create the bridge to communicate a new body of architectural work, to reveal a work to the world in an unprecedented way - our images of Alvaro Siza's Adega Mayor special on our web site had 27,000 visits all around the world in 30 days. In the public domain, the recognition of exceptional built work is many times associated to its image register. This is an incredibly interesting responsibility for the photographer. Contemporarily, we are at the edge of a new revolution for the image: new digital formats and techniques, serve a "now" society marked by the desire of instant gratification. The future is at arms length, but the way there should be as enjoyable as the arrival.

My Digigraphies

Digigraphie® Dimensions Media Series
Hotel Vip Grand
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 325g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Ricardo Bak Gordon - Portugal Pavilion, Expo Zaragoza 2008 Saragoa, Spain
42.00cm x 59.40cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Joo Lus Carrilho da Graa - Oriente Museum, Lisbon, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - University in Lrida, Spain
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Pedro Gadanho - House in Porto, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Zaha Hadid - Pavilion - Bridge Expo Zaragoza 2008 Saragoa, Spain
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - Iber Camargo Foundation, Porto Alegre, Brazil
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - House in Maiorca, Palma de Maiorca, Spain
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 325g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - ISQ, Tagus Park, Oeiras, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Cndido Chuva Gomes - House in Estoril, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 325g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Paulo David - Art Center - Madeira, Portugal
42.00cm x 59.40cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Menos Mais - Bar Ar de Rio, V. N. Gaia, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Antnio Belm Lima - Museum of Vila Velha, Vila Real, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Rudy Ricciotti / Marchi Architects - House in Marselha, Fr
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - Quinta do Portal, Sabrosa, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
lvaro Siza - Sports Complex, Gondomar, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25
Ricardo Vieira de Melo - Houses in Aveiro, Portugal
0.00cm x 0.00cm Type: Photography
Paper: Epson Ultra Smooth fine art paper 250g
Produced By: Fernando Guerra
25

Born Lisbon in 1970, graduated in architecture in 1993 in Lisbon, worked in Macau as an architect 1994-9 and taught architecture studios in Arca-Euac in Coimbra, Portugal 1999-2005.

Together with his brother, Sergio Guerra, who takes care of the business side, they founded the studio FG+SG in 1999. Fernando has been taking photographs since he was 16 years old.

They also constitute a publishing house: FG+SG Livros de Imagem. Their work is regularly published in several architecture magazines and monograph publications such as Casabella, A+U, Dwell, El Croquis, Icon and Domus.

Fernando works mainly to commission for architects. His clients include the most important Portuguese architects: Alvaro Siza, Goncalo Byrne, Manuel Salgado, Graca Dias, ARX Portugal, Promontorio Arquitectos, Aires Mateus among others, but the studio also seeks new practices with exciting new work.

The power of an image to light up an aspect of reality is to everyone's knowledge, enormous. A good photographer of architecture can create the bridge to communicate a new body of architectural work, to reveal a work to the world in an unprecedented way - our images of Alvaro Siza's Adega Mayor special on our web site had 27,000 visits all around the world in 30 days. In the public domain, the recognition of exceptional built work is many times associated to its image register. This is an incredibly interesting responsibility for the photographer. Contemporarily, we are at the edge of a new revolution for the image: new digital formats and techniques, serve a "now" society marked by the desire of instant gratification. The future is at arms length, but the way there should be as enjoyable as the arrival.