Bedel continues to develop his photography. In February he opens the one-man show In Praise of Shadows at the Galería del Paseo, in Manantiales, Uruguay, exhibiting a series of seas and cities. At the end of the same month he travels to Mexico with Florence for his daughter Domitila’s wedding in Tepoztlán.
The University of San Martín commissions him to produce a work that will form part of its sculpture park project. He submits Minotaur.
In March he travels to New York to exhibit for the second year running at the AIPAD photography show, with the Vasari Gallery. In May he takes part in ArteBA with the Sasha D Gallery.
In June the Rolfart Gallery an art producer specializing in photography and video art, incorporates him into its staff of artists, including Gabriel Valansi, Graciela Sacco, Nicola Costantino and Marcelo Brodsky.
In August the group kinetic art exhibition Real/Virtual opens at the National Museum of Fine Arts, and he takes part in Lima Photo with the gallery GV Consultaría en Arte.
On a trip to Sicily in June he photographs ruins in Selinunte. The resultant images give rise to the series of works that make up exhibition La ira de Dios (The Wrath of God) in Paris in October the same year.
He submits The Basilisk, Or the Unstable Romance between the Tetrahedron and the Sphere for the 3 de Febrero University’s outdoor sculpture prize.
He receives a special mention for his sculpture De rerum natura, submitted to the Arnet Open-Air Sculpture Prize in Rosario.
With the Rolfart Gallery he takes part for the first time at the ArteBO art fair in Bogotá, and later in Buenos Aires Photo, presenting the series Political Crimes. Unlike the London show in 2008, what is exhibited here are the original architectural engravings with photomontage. On this occasion the work is completed with the 1970s photographs of these originals printed on the plastic supports currently used by Bedel.