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Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1957

 

EDUCATION

École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
Postgraduate studies in Fine Arts
Large-format painting, Fresco painting
Studies:  Olivier Debré, Bernard Delamarche, Pierre Alechinsky
Fondation Argentine residency, Cité Internationale Universitaire, Paris

Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts & Design, BFA, Jerusalem, Israel
Fine Arts Department, Photography Department
Studies:  Osvaldo Romberg, Tzvi Goldstein, Pinchas Cohen Gan, Mordechai Omer
Visiting artists:  Frank Stella, Jim Dine

 

RESIDENCIES / GRANTS / AWARDS

Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Grant
Artist in residence Program, Makor|Steinhardt Center, NY
French Government Grant, CNOUS, Paris
Fondation Argentine residency, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
Helena Rubinstein Foundation first Prize, Tel Aviv
America-Israel Cultural Foundation Grant
Samuel first Prize in Visual Arts, Canada
Agfa first Prize in Photography, Jerusalem
Brenner first Prize in Photography, Ilford Photography Prize, London 

 

COLLECTIONS

Derfner Judaica Museum + Art Collection, NY
Yeshiva University Museum, NY
Bass Museum of Art, Miami
MACLA, Museum of Contemporary Latin American Art, La Plata, Argentina
L'Oréal Contemporary Art collection, Argentina

 

ARTIST TALKS / RESEARCH

Research team member. “Childhood and extermination: Jewish children in the Holocaust”, Center for Genocide Studies, National University of Tres de Febrero, UNTREF, Buenos Aires, 2014-2015.

Visiting artist talk at the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Q&A at the Fine Arts department, 2014.

Diversidad.net, paper, “The school of Joaquín Torres-García and his Americanist thesis: In search of America”.  National University of Tres de Febrero magazine, UNTREF, Number 9, 2014

Guest artist talk at “Perspectives, Women in the Heights” at the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, NoMAA, NY.  

Yeshiva University Museum & Rabbi Arthur Schneier Center for International Affairs, NY. Panel, artist talk, “From Darkness to Life: A Conversation on Art, Freedom and Creation”, 2007.