Born in Buenos Aires in 1973, is a visual artist, photographer and professor at the University of Buenos Aires with a background in Political Science, Philosophy, Architecture and The Arts.
He is one of the founding members of the Experimental Group Soy Cuyano, a multidisciplinary team of intellectuals and scientists who explore the relationship between philosophy, sciences and the arts.
His photographic series ULTRADISTANCIA experiments with the boundaries between travel, photography, geography and digital art. The photographs are reflections on the possibilities of travel without movement made possible by new technologies. ULTRADISTANCIA was selected by Google to be featured in the release of the New Google Earth, enabling users to experience Winer's work while browsing the Earth.
Winer's work has been exhibited worldwide including galleries and festivals in Argentina, USA, Australia, Thailand, Canada, Israel, Spain, Germany and Italy.
His work has also been covered widely in the media, including The Huffington Post, The Guardian, Photoworld China, Time, La Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, The Creators Project, LensCulture, Forbes Magazine, Vice, Design Boom and The Atlantic, among others.