Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1948.
Artist with international experience, studied in Zürich, Switzerland. Her work begins around what Marín called the internal memory of man. Her current production is focused on the role of the artist as a witness, recorded through photography and video stories about the world we inhabit, situations that relate to the pure landscape as well as its natural or artificial alteration.
The Social register of the urban environment is also present in Series like Bricolage Contemporáneo produced between the years 2002-2005 and presented at Malba Collection, Buenos Aires. The project shows urban recollection through photographic records made in Latin America. Her work intends to show the absent of the present, bearing witness to a place.
Selection of its exhibitions and publications from 2005 to 2020:
Resident Institut d’éstudes avancées de Nantes – France, Photo project “Travel card: A fantastic itinerary across the Atlantic – on the footsteps of Jules Verne”. “The construction of the possible”, XIII Biennial of Havana, Cuba; A witness of history, Karachi Biennale KB17 Pakistan; OVNI art festival.
Received the award Jorge Romero Brest to her career by the Argentina Association of Art Critics and the Platinum Konex award to one of the twenty most outstanding artists of Argentina. Participated in International Biennials, 2015 XII Biennial La Habana, Cuba and XX Biennial de Curitiba, Brasil. Obtained the Biennial Award of Puerto Rico and Bienal de Cuenca, Ecuador. Among her latest projects are Cuando divise el humo azul de Itaca, 2012, presented at the Experimental Center of Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires; Pharus exhibited at Patricia Ready Gallery, Santiago de Chile, 2012.
During the year 2011 she presented Recorrido y visibilización de un archivo, Museum Reina Sofia, Madrid. Realidad y utopía, National Museum of San Carlos, Mexico DF. Arte Argentino Actual in Malba Collection, Buenos Aires Argentina, and in the year 2010 participated in the exhibition Argentina’s Artistic Road to the Present in the Akademie der Künste, Berlin.
Collections: Malba, Museum of Latin American Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bronx Museum of Art, New York, Contemporary Art Center. Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain.