Vitae

EDUCATION

  • 1985-86 Maters in Painting and Printmaking. West Virginia University, Morgantown. USA.
  • 1983-84 Post-Graduate Studies of Painting, Drawing, and Art History at the “Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes Ernesto de la Cárcova.” Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 1977-83 Professor of Painting and Drawing. Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes “Prilidiano Pueyrredón.” Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 1977-84 Studies in private studios: design (Jose “Pipo” Ferrari); sculpture (Leo Vinci); stone and wood carving, wax and bronze techniques (Ramon Castejon); drawing (Roberto Paez); painting (Antonio Oliva). Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 1975-76. Assistant Ceramics Studio. Escuela Nacional de Cerámica “Fernando Arranz.” Buenos Aires, Argentina.

EXHIBITS
Individual Exhibits

  • 2016    Artist in Residence. Appleton Public Library. Appleton, WI. November-December.
  • 2016   “Cuba: The Revolution from the Inside.” Photographs. Warch Campus Center. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. May 2-18.
  • 2016    “In Omni Terra: Gustavo Fares and Katherine Steichen Rosing.” Marzén Art Gallery. Madison, WI. March 11 – April 29.
  • 2010 “Collected Spaces.” The Trout Museum @ The Gallery at American National Bank Fox Cities (with Lenny Nagler). Appleton, WI, USA. September 16-November 12.
  • 2010 “Scapes / Spaces.” Harry and Laura Nohr Gallery. University of Wisconsin-Platteville, WI, USA. January 15- February 28.
  • 2007 “Landscapes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA. May 18 – June 13.
  • 2003 “Landscapes.” Verex Building. Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA. February- April, 2003.
  • 2002 “Naturally.” Bergstrom-Mahler Museum. Neenah, WI, U.S.A. October 27 – November 24.
  • 2002 “New paintings.” (with Jim Conaway). Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA. September 13 – October 5.
  • 2000 “Considering the Landscape.” Dickinson Building. Piedmont Virginia Community College. Charlottesville, VA, USA. April 5 – May 2.
  • 1997 “Small Works on Paper.” Charlottesville City Hall. Charlottesville, VA, USA. Oct. 27 – Dec. 1.
  • 1996 “Painting to Yepes.” Daura Gallery. Lynchburg College. Lynchburgh, VA, USA. Sept. 15 – Oct. 24.
  • 1994 “Landscapes.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. Sept. 6 – Oct. 2.
  • 1992 “Recent Works.” Ralston Fine Art. Johnson City, TN, USA. March 14 – April 14.
  • 1991 “Shrines and Toros.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. September 3 – 29.
  • 1991 “Recent Work.” Carson Street Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. January 4 – 27.
  • 1990 “Marginalia.” Anderson Gallery. Virginia Commonwealth U. Richmond, VA. Aug.30 -Oct. 14.
  • 1990 “The Bull.” Dillard Arts Center. Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, VA. February 15-March 5.
  • 1989 Metropol Members Club. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. February.
  • 1986 Garo Art Gallery. Morgantown, WV, USA. November 23 – December 6.

Group Exhibits

  • 2017 “Biennial Members Exhibition.” Trout Museum of Art. Appleton, WI. December 16- February 18, 2017.
  • 2016 “Take me to the River.” Grand Kakalin. Kaukauna, WI. November 4 – December 2.
  • 2016 “36th Annual Secura Juried Fine Arts Exhibition.” The Trout Museum of Art. Appleton, WI, USA. March 18-April 3.
  • 2015 “Day of the Dead” Exhibit. Marzen Galery. Madison, WI. October 9-November 6.
  • 2015 “35th Annual Secura Juried Fine Arts Exhibition.” Trout Museum of Art. Appleton, WI, USA. April 17-May 20.
  • 2015  Works on display at Lawrence University’s Presidential residency and at Office of Admission. Appleton, WI. February to present.
  • 2013 “Electronic Paintings.” The Hang Up Gallery. Neenah, WI, USA. December.
  • 2013 “Untamed.” The Rabbit Gallery. Appleton, WI. May 17-June 9.
  • 2010 “Homenaje a Jorge Waku.” ISFA Manuel Belgrano. Buenos Aires, Argentina. August -September.
  • 2010 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2010 “Frozen Lakes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.
  • 2010 “Landscapes.” Katie Gingrass Gallery. Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • 2009 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2009 “Frozen Lakes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.
  • 2009 “Landscapes.” Katie Gingrass Gallery. Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • 2008 “28th Secura Juried Fine Arts Exhibition.” Appleton, WI, USA. April.
  • 2008 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2008 “Door County Landscapes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.
  • 2008 “Landscapes.” Katie Gingrass Gallery. Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • 2007 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2007 “Door County Landscapes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.
  • 2007 “Landscapes.” Katie Gingrass Gallery. Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • 2006 Album Cover for Kevin Muiderman’s Earthward Bound.
  • 2006 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2006 “Door County Landscapes.” Fine Line Designs Art Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.
  • 2006 “Landscapes.” Katie Gingrass Gallery. Milwaukee, WI, USA. March.
  • 2005 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2003 “Landscapes.” Metro One Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.. May 2002 – February 2003.
  • 2003 “Landscapes.” Grace Chosy Gallery. Madison, WI, USA.
  • 2002 “Latino Wisconsin.” Appleton Art Center. Appleton, WI. USA. September 27 – December 1.
  • 2002 “Landscapes.” Metro One Gallery. Ephraim, Door County, WI, USA.. May-December.
  • 2000 “Four Argentinean Contemporary Artists.” Wriston Arts Center. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI, USA.. November -December.
  • 2000 “Four Argentinean Contemporary Artists.” Linder Gallery. Keystone College. La Plume, PA. March-April.
  • 2000 “Symbols, Figures, and Forms Used as Elements of Transformation.” St. Elizabeth Ann’s Health & Rehabilitation Center. Staten Island, New York. April.
  • 1999 “Four Argentinean Contemporary Artists.” Pierre Daura Gallery. Lynchburg, VA. USA.
  • 1999 “Moving Into the Millennium: Darkness.” Les Yeux du Monde. Charlottesville, VA. USA.
  • 1998 Lynchburg College Arts Department Faculty an Staff. Pierre Daura Gallery. Lynchburg, VA.. USA.
  • 1998 “Summer Solstice Show.” Les Yeux Du Monde. Charlottesville, VA, USA. June – August.
  • 1998 Queensborough Community College of The City University of New York. NY, USA. April.
  • 1998 “Integration, Symbols and Forms of Transformation.” Staten Island AIDS Task Force Workshop. January. Staten Island, NY. USA.
  • 1997 “Summer Solstice Show.” Les Yeux Du Monde. Charlottesville, VA, USA. June 27 – August 17 (With C. Porter, Nina Yankovitz, John Borden Evans, et al.).
  • 1997 Landscapes Series. Studio Jacqueline Rothschild. New York, NY. USA.
  • 1996 Gallery 3. Roanoke, VA, USA. November – December.
  • 1996 Illustration in 5+1 Arte. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 25 (August 1996).
  • 1996 “Homenaje a Jose Ferrari.” Museo de Bellas Artes de Lujan. Lujan, Argentina. August.
  • 1996 “Viajes en la palabra y en la imagen.” Museo de Arte Moderno “Eduardo Sivori.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 14 – September 15.
  • 1996 “Small is Good.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. July.
  • 1996 “Summer Solstice Show.” Les Yeux Du Monde. Charlottesville, VA, USA. June 21 – August 4.
  • 1996 “25 Years at the VCCA.” Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Sweet Briar, VA, USA. June.
  • 1996 “1996 Second Street Gala.” Second Street Gallery. Charlottesville, VA, USA. May 3.
  • 1996 “Group Show.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. April 2 – May 5.
  • 1996 Ojos en racimo. Illustration for Maria Rosa Lojo’s short story “Ojos en racimo.” In E. Hermann, ed. Viajes en la palabra y en la imagen. Ed. Gaglianone.
  • 1995 Mosto & Rojas Oficina de Arte. Buenos Aires, Argentina. July.
  • 1995 Vista Gallery. New York, NY, USA. April – May.
  • 1995 “After the Auction. Small Works on Paper” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA.
  • 1995 “The 1995 Lynchburg Area Art Show.” Juror: Stephen L. Griffin, Art Department Chair, Mary Washington College. Lynchburg Fine Arts Center. March 12 – April 15. Award Winner.
  • 1995 “69th Civic Art Show. Annual Georgia Morgan Memorial.” Lynchburg Art Club. February 5 – 12.
  • 1993 “Lynchburg Fine Arts Festival.” Lynchburg, VA, USA. September 18.
  • 1993 “Arte emergente.” Consejo Deliberante de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 1993 Lynchburg Fine Arts Center. Lynchburg, VA, USA. February 28 – March 20.
  • 1992 “Christmas Show.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. December 5 – January 3, 1993.
  • 1992 “Art Ninety 2.” Carroll Reece Museum. East Tennessee State University. Johnson City, TN. USA.
  • 1991 “Painting Ninety-One.” Arlington Arts Center. Annual Tri-State Juried Exhibition. Arlington, VA. USA.
  • 1991 “Six Latin American Artists.” Undercroft Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. March 3 – 31.
  • 1991 Axis Twenty Art Gallery. Atlanta, GA, USA. February.
  • 1991 “The Figure.” Dillard Gallery. Lynchburg, VA, USA. January 13 – February 3.
  • 1991 “Christmas Show.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. January 3 – 27.
  • 1990 “Group Show.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. October 30 – November 25.
  • 1990 “Open Exhibition.” Regional Multi-Media Juried Exhibition sponsored by the Fairfax County Council of the Arts. Fairfax, VA, USA. March 19 – June 1.
  • 1990 “Group Show.” Lynchburg Fine Arts Center. Lynchburg, VA, USA. March.
  • 1990 Metropol Members Club. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. February.
  • 1990 “Series of the Bull.” Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, VA, USA. February.
  • 1990 “New Members’ Show.” McGuffey Art Center. Charlottesville, VA, USA. January 3 – 27.
  • 1990 Galeria Van Riel. Buenos Aires, Argentina. January.
  • 1989 Galeria Cishmac. Mexico D.F., Mexico. December.
  • 1989 Museo de Bellas Artes de Lujan. Lujan, Argentina. October.
  • 1989 “A Group Show.” Carson Street Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. July 10 – August 29.
  • 1989 “1989 Three Rivers Arts Festival.” Juried Visual Arts Exhibition. Equitable Plaza. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. June. Westinghouse Purchase Award.
  • 1988 Carson Street Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 1988 – January 1989.
  • 1988 Galeria Cishmac. Mexico D.F., Mexico. December.
  • 1988 “Summer Salon Group Show.” Carson Street Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Summer.
  • 1987 “Old Friends, New Faces.” Mendelsohn Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 4 – 26.
  • 1985 Forbes Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 3 – January 5.
  • 1984 Casa de la Cultura Lanus. Buenos Aires, Argentina. December.
  • 1984 VIII Salon Cerealista. Buenos Aires, Argentina. December.
  • 1984 Sociedad Argentina de Escultores. Buenos Aires, Argentina. November.
  • 1984 Galeria de Arte Adrogue. Buenos Aires, Argentina. November
  • 1984 Premio Braque de Dibujo. Buenos Aires, Argentina. October.
  • 1984 Fundacion San Miguel. Buenos Aires, Argentina. October.
  • 1984 XV Salon Anual V. Lopez. Buenos Aires, Argentina. September.
  • 1984 Casa de la Cultura Lanus. Buenos Aires, Argentina. September.
  • 1984 Colegio Ward. Buenos Aires, Argentina. August.
  • 1984 Centro Cultural “Las Malvinas.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. July.
  • Scholarship from the Greek Government to study Painting in Athens, Greece.
  • 1983 Ateneo Popular de La Boca. Buenos Aires, Argentina. October.
  • 1983 Colegio Ward. Buenos Aires, Argentina. October.
  • 1983 Galeria Hoy en el Arte. Buenos Aires, Argentina. September.
  • 1983 Teatro Colon. Buenos Aires, Argentina. September.
  • 1983 Galeria Amicitia. Buenos Aires, Argentina. June.
  • 1982 Asociacion Cultural de Lujan. Lujan, Argentina. December.
  • 1982 Museo de Arte Moderno. Buenos Aires, Argentina. March.
  • Travel to Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Visit to Pre-Columbian ruins.
  • 1981 Universidad de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina. December.
  • 1981 Instituto Italiano de Cultura. Buenos Aires, Argentina. November.
  • Travel to USA. Study of American modern art.
  • 1980 Galeria Arte de America. Buenos Aires, Argentina. June.
  • 1980 Universidad de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina. December.
  • Travel to Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Visit to Pre-Columbian ruins.

COLLECTIONS
Lynchburg College Pierre Daura Gallery Permanent Collection.
West Virginia University Permanent Collection.
Westinghouse Corporation Art Collection.
Drawings at the “Museo Manuel Villaseñor.” Madrid, Spain.
MACLA (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de La Plata). Argentina.
Private collections in Europe, the United States, and Latin America.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2011 Visiting Assistant Professor University of Virginia. Semester at Sea Program. Charlottesville, VA. Summer 2011 Voyage.  (Bahamas, Spain, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Morocco). Introduction to Drawing.
  • 2008 Visiting Assistant Professor University of Virginia. Semester at Sea Program. Charlottesville, VA. Fall 2008 Voyage. August 24 – December 14. (Bahamas, Brazil, Namibia, South Africa, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Japan, Hawai’i, Costa Rica, Panama Canal). Introduction to Drawing.
  • 2007 “Painting with Acrylics” Summer Seminar. Lawrence University. Bjorklunden Campus. Door County, WI. June 17 – 22.
  • 2005 Participant Colonial/Postcolonial Study Tour. Visit to China (Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Macau), Taiwan (Taipei) Japan (Narita) and Vietnam (Hanoi and Hue). Lawrence University. June.
  • 2000-present. Professor. Latin American Visual Art. Lawrence University.
  • 2000-2003.  Profesor de Consulta. Cátedra de Experimentación y Producción Artística. Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (IUNA). Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 1996-1998 Assistant Professor of Painting. Lynchburg College. Fall 1996, Spring 1997, Fall 1998.
  • 1996 Member Virginia Commission for the Arts Area II Advisory Panel. Lynchburg, VA. June.
  • 1993 Fellow Resident. Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Painting. Sweet Briar, VA. March 1-10.
  • 1992 Fellow Resident. Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Painting. Sweet Briar, VA. April 6-20.
  • 1990 Fellow at NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers. Structuralism After Post- Structuralism; Author, Text, and Context in Lorca, Dalí, and Buñuel. University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Summer 1990.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Cover Subaltern Studies Journal: An International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. (ISSN 2277-3959) (PRINT) (Online ISSN: 2347-2013). May 2013.
  • Pintura no campo expandido.” Trad. Denise Spier. Revista de Artes Visuais. Porto Arte (Brazil) 18.31 (Novembre 2011): ISSN da edição digital (e-ISSN): 2179-80011 / ISSN da edição impressa (p-ISSN): 0103-72691. Print and  online: 7-16.
  • “La identidad cultural en el arte de América Latina y de Macao.” In Ngai, Gary, De Hoyos, Rubén, et al. Macau: Puente entre China y América Latina. Macau: MAPEAL (Macau Association for Promotion and Exchange Between Asia-Pacific and Latin America), 2006. 307-319.
  • Painting in the Expanded Field” Janus Head 7.2 (Winter 2004): 477- 487.
  • 4 Argentinean Contemporary Artists / 4 Artistas Argentinos Contemporáneos. (With Barbara Rothermel). Catalogue for Art Exhibit at the Daura Gallery. Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, Virginia. August 1999.
  • Brief Considerations on Latin American Contemporary Art” Janus Head 2.1 (Summer 1999): 119-129.
  • “Sábato pintor: La mirada de la distancia.” Revista Iberoamericana 158 (January-March 1992): 253-260.
  • “La filosofía del mito: Rodolfo Kusch y Juan Rulfo.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies / Cuadernos Interdisciplinarios de Estudios Literarios. University of Nebraska 3.2 (1991): 179-195.
  • “The Bull as Marginal Manifestation of the Sacred.” NAOS University of Pittsburgh 6.1-3 (1990): 14-19.
  • “Un sentido del espacio en Pedro Páramo y en Rufino Tamayo.” Imprévue. Université Paul Valérie, France 1 (1988): 27-50.
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