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ARTIST - TEACHER

EDUCATION:
Academic






Fine Arts




Art Philosophy Seminars


AWARDS AND HONORS:
1984
1984
1985


1990
1990
1991-93
1992-93
1994

2010
2013
2014

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2017

2016
1979
1980
1984
1990


1992

1993
1994

1995
1996



1997

1998


1999




2000


2003
2004
2006
2012
2015


GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
1979
1982
1983
1984






1985
1986
1987
1988
1989


1990

1992


1993
1994
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2000


2001
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2005

2008


2009


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2011


2015




INSTALLATIONS:
2015

2010
2010
2010
2009
2009
2008
2004



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LANGUAGES AND SKILLS:
Administrative


Fine Art



Parsons School of Design, New School University, New York. Master of Fine Arts. Painting (1993). Art Education Certificate, Parsons School of Design/Bank Street College, New York (1993). Center of Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, Puerto Rico. "Aesthetics" with Jorge Romero Brest (1984). Universidad del Trabajo, Montevideo, Uruguay (B.F.A.) (1979-81). Francisco Bauzá, Montevideo, Uruguay. Architectural Preparatory (1976-77).

Krishna Reddy Workshop, New York University, New York (1988-89). Drawing with Julio Alpuy, New York, (1983, 1986-88). Drawing and Painting with Antonio Pezzino, Montevideo, Uruguay (1980-81). Drawing with Hilda Varela, Montevideo, Uruguay (1977-78).

"An introduction to the history of artistic representation in Occidental Art" by José Burucúa, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999). "The theoretical horizon of art techniques" by Eduardo Peñafor, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999).



Bacardi/Citibank/Wang Young Artist Series Award for Outstanding Performance.
First Prize, Christian Art Exhibition, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Guest participant, "Identity and Abstraction in Latin American Plastic Arts", a colloquy with Julio Alpuy, Osiris Delgado,Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata and Marguerita Fernández Zabala. Center of Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.
New York Public Library Print Room Acquisition, Book "Don Quixote de la Mancha".
Artist in Residence, Altos de Chavón Foundation, Dominican Republic.
Helena Rubinstein Award, Parsons School of Design, New York.
Organization of American States, Washington DC.
Musée d'Art Contemporain de Chamaliéres, France, Printmaking International Exhibition, Representing United States East Coast.
Preview of the “Peace Umbrellas” installation, Queens Museum of Art, New York.
“Who is What?”, artistic video presentation for children, CCE, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Artist Residency, Atelier Mozarteum Argentino, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.


“Human Symbols” OEI Cultural Center (Organization of Iberoamerican States, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Human Deconstruction” Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ta-Nisia Galleries, New York.
Alliance Françoise, Montevideo, Uruguay.
La Rotisserie Club, Hilton International, Puerto Rico.
"Don Quixote de la Mancha" (Book Presentation), Spanish Institute, New York.
"Don Quixote de la Mancha", Centre for Iberoamerican Cooperation (AECI/ICI), Montevideo, Uruguay (book presentation).
"Cyclical Night", Georgetown Methodist Church, Washington DC (presentation of artist’s book).
Greenwich Theatre, Homage to Marian Anderson, Connecticut.
Cultural Center of Spain, Santiago, Chile.
Moretti Gallery, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Cuartel de Dragones Museum, Maldonado, Uruguay.
Artiguista Didactic Museum, Cuartel de Dragones, Maldonado, Uruguay.
Piriápolis Museum, Castillo de Piria, Piriápolis, Uruguay.
Hotel Las Dunas, Manantiales, Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Piriápolis Museum, Castillo de Piria, Piriápolis, Uruguay.
"Portrait of a Tree: The Ombú", General Consulate of Uruguay and United Nations Mission Art Gallery, New York.
"Life Nature", Foundation Centro Cultural Altos de Chavón, Dominican Republic.
"Ombués", Organization of American States Gallery (OEA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Ombués", Buquebus Foundation Art Gallery, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Hola Gente Gallery, Channel 12, Montevideo, Uruguay.
"The Cyclical Night", presentation of artist’s book, Homage to Borges, International Book Fair, Uruguayan Stand, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Don Quixote de la Mancha", presentation of artist’s book, International Book Fair, Uruguayan Stand, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
"The War of the Yacarés", presentation of artist’s book, International Book Fair, Uruguayan Stand, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Drawings and Paintings", Club Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay.
"Paintings", House of Martindale, Pilar, Argentina.
"Spectres of the Tree". Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Couples" Casa de la Cultura, Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Fragments of Life”, Dain Usina Cultural, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Oneiric Lectures” Alliance Françoise, Montevideo, Uruguay.



Queens College, New York.
Lehman College, New York.
Christian Art Association, Montevideo, Uruguay.
All Nations Women's League, Inc. New York.
Colegio Sagrada Familia, San Jose, Uruguay.
Drawings Gallery San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Melecon III Gallery, Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Graphics-Bacardi Museum, Puerto Rico.
Graphics-Gallery San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Watercolors-Gallery San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Christian Art Association, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Christian Art Association, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Pan Am, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Christian Art Association, Montevideo, Uruguay.
"Alphabet Books" Ted Cronin Gallery, New York.
La Casa del Vicario Gallery, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Latin American Artists Exhibition, Avon, New York.
"Artists In Residence Program" Main Gallery, Altos de Chavón, La Romana, Dominican Republic.
Juan B. Castañino Museum of Fine Arts, Rosario, Argentina.
"Fraternitas 92", Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
La Casa del Vicario Gallery, Montevideo, Uruguay.
El Cabildo, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Musée d' Art Contemporain de Chamaliéres, France.
Castells & Castells, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Anuario Latinoamericano de las Artes Plásticas, O Paço das Artes, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Galería Moretti, Montevideo, Uruguay.
"Essence of Women", Museo Castillo Pitamiglio, Montevideo, Uruguay.
"Art of the Two Shores", Center of Cultural Participation De La Costa, Municipality de Vicente López, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Cecilia de Torres Gallery, Arte BA, Buenos Aires.
"Mirage" Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"The Artist Illuminates Their Library", Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Constructing Paintings - Anna Rank Workshop" Cuartel de Dragones Museum, Maldonado, Uruguay.
Cuadros en casa Gallery, Casa Foa, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Ri . . . Galgata" Galgata, Perugia, Umbria, Italia.
"Corpo Nomade" Cortona, Toscana, Italia.
Palermo H Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Spectrum", Installation, Central Park, New York, USA.
"Doves for Peace", Installation, Band Shell, Central Park, New York.
"Peace Umbrellas", Installation, Band Shell, Central Park, New York.
"Ri . . . Galgata" Galgata, Perugia, Umbria, Italia.
"Doves for Peace", Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Lewes, Delaware, USA.
"Doves for Peace", Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware, USA.
Anna Rank and student workshop exhibition, Palermo H Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Ri . . . Galgata" Galgata, Perugia, Umbria, Italia.
“Peace Umbrellas", Installation at Night of the Museums, Itimuseum, Templete de Parque Patricios (New York 2015 – Buenos Aires 2015).




“Paraguas de la Paz” Noche de los Museos, ITIMUSEUM y Templete del Parque de los Patricios, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Peace Umbrellas", Instalacion, Petrosino Square, Soho, New York.
"Umbrellas for Peace and Ecology", Instalacion, Central Park, New York
"Ri . . . Galgata" Galgata, Perugia, Umbria, Italia
"Espectros", Instalacion, Central Park, New York.
"Doves for Peace", Instalacion, Bank Sheld, Central Park, New York.
"Ri . . . Galgata" Galgata, Perugia, Umbria, Italia
"Espectros del Arbol". Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina.




Guillermo Roux Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Teacher, Drawing and Composition, Drawing Courses - Painting Courses (2000-present).

Anna Rank Studio, Buenos Aires, Professor, drawing and painting Workshops (2003-present).

Centro Cultural Borges, Drawing and Painting, “Abstraction and Dance”.

"Building Landscape X" Professor, painting seminar, historical Palacio Santa Candida, Concepcion del Uruguay and Entre Rios, Argentina (2012).

"Building Landscape IX", Professor, Painting Seminar, "The Port" Carmelo, Uruguay (2011).

"Building Landscape VII and VIII", Professor, Painting Seminar, Estancia Estrella Federal, Ramallo, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2009-10).

"Building Landscape VI", Professor, Painting Seminar, Hotel Loma Bola, Cordoba, Argentina. 2008

Seminar II "New York Cultural" Travel with a group of students from Argentina. New York, Philadelphia. 2007

Queens Museum of Art and New York City Department of Education, Workshops for Development Training (2005-2006-2007).

School of Visual Arts, Master in Education Department, New York. Visiting professor (2006).

"Building Landscape V" Professor, Painting Seminar, Hotel del Bosque, Pinamar, Argentina (2006).

"Building Landscape IV", Professor., Painting Seminar, Hotel Argentino, Piriapilis, Uruguay (2005).

"Building III Landscape," Professor., Painting Seminar, Hostería Tata Inti, Merlo, San Luis, Argentina (2004).

International Council of Museums, Montevideo. Professor. Latin American Art of the Twentieth Century. Course/Workshop: "Museographic Arts" (2004).

"Building Landscape I and II", Professor, Painting Seminar, Hotel Tunquelen, Bariloche, Argentina (2002-03).

Seminar I "New York Cultural". Travel with a group of students from Argentina (2001).

Workshops Buenos Aires, with Guillermo Roux's Group, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Teacher, Drawing and Composition, Drawing Course "Constructing Drawing" and Painting Courses "Constructing Painting I, II, III, IV" (1998-99).

"Ernesto de la Cárcova" The National School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Teacher, Drawing Course - Black and White, "Observe and Construct" (1997). Drawing Course - Black and White, "The Human Figure" (1998). "Constructing Painting", "Constructing Landscapes" (1998).

"The Cultural House" Municipality of San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Teacher, Drawing Course - Black and White, "Observe and Construct" (1997).

Private Art Studio, Guillermo Roux's Group, Buenos Aires, Argentina."Marathon Black & White" Teacher, Drawing and Composition, Drawing Course "Constructing Drawing" - Painting Course "Constructing Painting I" (1996-97).

Catholic University Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga, Montevideo, Uruguay. Teacher, Communication Department: Design & Communication Seminary (1994-95)

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York, Lecturer, The School of the South, Joaquín Torres García and His Legacy, 5 Lectures in Spanish and English (1992-93).

Public Elementary School CES 104, Bronx, New York, Art Teacher Assistant (1992).


Altos de Chavón School of Design, La Romana, Dominican Republic. Teacher and Program Director. Fine Arts Department: Painting, Illustration. Foundation Year: 3 Dimensional Design, Art History, Drawing and Composition. Coordinator, "Traditional Carnival Masks" exhibition by the 3 Dimensional Class 1991 - "Geometric GAGA”, performance by the 3 Dimensional Class (1992) at the Regional Museum of Archaeology, Altos de Chavón (1990-92).

Foundation Torres-García, Montevideo-New York. Researcher (1988-92).

Huntington Art Gallery, Austin, Texas - Centro Reina Sofía, Madrid, España, Researcher. Joaquín Torres -García and His Legacy. Catalogue Chronology: Torres-García Workshop. Bibliography: articles from and about Torres-García (1989).

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, N.Y. Curatorial Researcher and Co-Organizer. The Latin American Spirit: Art and Artists in the United States, 1920-1970. Planned and organized major exhibition of over two hundred works of painting, sculpture and installation. Served as curatorial consultant and artists' liaison, interpreter and correspondent for all programming. Organization and planning of sessions and 3-session symposium on Latin American Art. Researcher, 360 page bilingual catalog (co-published with Harry N. Abrams and The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1988). Proofreader, Spanish edition. Photo research. Designer, Latin American archive. interpreter, lecturer, weekend education program. Traveled in Latin America on behalf of the Bronx Museum of the Arts and served as a liaison between the Museum and participating art institutions, critics and collectors (1986-89).

Galería San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Director, Curator. The Young Artists Series. Curated and organized group exhibitions of young painters. Duties included grant writing and generation of all press materials. Supervised exhibition design and production (1983-85).

Bacardi Museum, Cataño, Puerto Rico. Curator. Curated and organized group exhibitions of young painters (1984-85). Casablanca Museum, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Exhibition Designer, Jan D'Esopo solo exhibition (1984).

San Juan Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Coordinator, Burton Silverman watercolour workshop and "Form and Structure", artist's workshop with Julio Alpuy. Organized financial aid for students, including the writing of private grants (1984).

Theatre Estella D'Italia, Montevideo, Uruguay. Scenic Design for “The Wizard of Oz” (1979).

Uruguay-United States Cultural Alliance, Montevideo, Uruguay. Scenic Design of “Junta Mamarrachitos” (1979).





Fluent in Spanish and English. Reading knowledge of French, Italian and Portuguese. Excellent Spanish-English translation skills. Computer literate. Excellent communication skills in Spanish and English.

Extensive experience in oil, acrylic, watercolours. Printmaking experience in the following techniques: intaglio, woodcut, silkscreen, viscosity. Sculpture and engravings in plaster, cement, clay, aluminum. Computer animation.