• FERNANDO BENGOECHEA

  • "He was audacious and complicated and spontaneous and sophisticated and charismatic and demanding and graceful and volatile and extravagant and occasionally impossible. And when he walked into the room, he pretty much owned it." Excerpt from Nate Berkus book The Things That Matter.
  • USING SAME TECHNIQUE

  • “I remember watching my brother weave those photos and thinking that he was insane... well, here I am, feeling his energy pass through my fingers as I weave and thinking this is crazy...” Marcelo Bengoechea
  • MUSEUM QUALITY ARCHIVAL PRINTS

  • Keeping Fernando's Fine Art photography alive. Available in several easy to frame sizes.
  • DOCUMENTARY

  • About Fernando's famous Amsterdam photo published by IKEA over 427,000 times
  • LIMITED EDITIONS

  • The Studio will be releasing One Offs or Limited Editions as time permits. Here is the first one we are working on. Cabeza de Vaca. Two wovens to be framed together or separate. 36x48" each.

FERNANDO BENGOECHEA

"He was audacious and complicated and spontaneous and sophisticated and charismatic and demanding and graceful and volatile and extravagant and occasionally impossible. And when he walked into the room, he pretty much owned it." Excerpt from Nate Berkus book The Things That Matter. Read More

USING SAME TECHNIQUE

“I remember watching my brother weave those photos and thinking that he was insane... well, here I am, feeling his energy pass through my fingers as I weave and thinking this is crazy...” Marcelo Bengoechea SEE WOVENS

MUSEUM QUALITY ARCHIVAL PRINTS

Keeping Fernando's Fine Art photography alive. Available in several easy to frame sizes. SEE IMAGES

DOCUMENTARY

About Fernando's famous Amsterdam photo published by IKEA over 427,000 times Watch Documentary

LIMITED EDITIONS

The Studio will be releasing One Offs or Limited Editions as time permits. Here is the first one we are working on. Cabeza de Vaca. Two wovens to be framed together or separate. 36x48" each. Learn More
detail image of a woven photograph by Fernando bengoechea

1965-2004

Internationally acclaimed photographer Fernando Bengoechea lost his life when he was swept to sea by a massive Tsunami that hit the Indian Ocean in December 2004. He was 39 and his body never found. You can learn a little more about it from this Oprah Winfrey show.

The Studio at Fernando Bengoechea was created in his memory with the mission of reviving, preserving and evolving his art legacy. His brother, Marcelo, continues Fernando's work by hand-weaving his memorable photographs in limited editions. His fine art photographs are also available as prints in several easy to frame sizes.

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