Fernando Foglino (b. 1976) is a poet and visual artist who lives and works in Montevideo, Uruguay. In 2004 he published the poetry collection Kate 500 Km, and in 2007 published Vodka. In 2009 he was awarded a scholarship to Berlin for “Clipoemas,” an audiovisual piece, and in 2011 he won second prize in the Grand Prix Paul Cezanne in Paris. In 2013 he published La máquina del Movimiento Contínuo and, the year after, the poetry collection Link. Since 2008, he has been exhibited at solo and group exhibitions in museums around the country and abroad.
While Fernando Foglino cannot attend the Bookworm Literary Festival, his works are brought to us by the kind support of the Embassy of Uruguay in Beijing.