Large size aerial photography made with drone, printed on Hahnemühle high quality paper. Limited edition artworks with certificate of authenticity.
With a surface area of 203 km² and a population density of approximately 15,000 inhabitants per km², the city of Buenos Aires is undoubtedly one of the main capitals of Latin America.
Its high population density and the daily traffic of people entering and leaving the city have forced the construction of several highways, which connect strategic arteries between the city and the province of Buenos Aires.
The construction of these concrete masses began in the 1980’s during Argentina’s last military dictatorship. Successive governments carried out expansions over the decades, which often implied excessive budgets and unclear concessions with the construction companies.
The latest extensions of the 25 de Mayo Highway, located to the south of the city, have caused several accidents after its reopening. From its “rings”, several trucks have overturned their load from the height, which ended up forcing the placement of a containment mesh to avoid future accidents.
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Only the print of the photograph is sold. The frame is not included. Ask about framing possibilities.
Size & Price
180,00 € – 350,00 €
According to § 19 UStG no sales tax is charged.
Note: The spaces where the photos are displayed are illustrative images and their purpose is to guide the client with regard to the aesthetic and decorative possibilities of the photos. The final printed photo may vary in proportion and colour tone with respect to what you can see on your screen. Only the print of the photograph is sold. The frame is not included. Ask about framing possibilities.
Author: Nestor Barbitta
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About the artist
Nestor Barbitta graduated as Audiovisual Designer from the University of Buenos Aires.
He is a photojournalist, professional drone pilot and teacher of photography.
Winner of the 3rd prize Itaú Artes Visuales 2019-2020 with his aerial photography “Partido”.