2014Artist Program, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Professors: Jorge Macchi, Santiago García Navarro, Javier Villa

2010-12Hochschule für bildende Künste (HfbK) Dresden / Master in Visual Arts

Tutor: Martin Honert

2005-09Hochschule für bildende Künste (HfbK) Dresden / Sculpture and Ceramics

1994-99 Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes P.Pueyrredón, Buenos Aires / Painting

Scholarships, Grants and Prizes

2017Mecenazgo Cultural, support for edition and publication of the book Still

2015Creation Grant, Fondo Nacional de las Artes (FNA), Buenos Aires

LXIX Salón Nacional de Rosario - finalist

2014Itaú Cultural Award  - First Prize

2013Lucio Fontana Award - Special Mention

2012Creation Grant, Fondo Metropolitano de Cultura de Buenos Aires

Scholarship CONTI-FNA

Solo exhibitions

2015STILL / La Ira de Dios, Buenos Aires

2013And no more shall we part / Galerie Baer, Dresden, Germany

I’m not here, this isn’t happening / Panal 361, Buenos Aires

2012Weg / Argentinian Embassy in Berlin, Germany

2010Argentinien in Dresden / Galerie Rainar Götz, Dresden, Germany

Selected group exhibitions 

2018            Retrato de un paisaje / Sívori Museum, Buenos Aires

2016What matters? ¿Qué cuenta? Was zählt? - Contemporary Art from Argentina /

Curator Susanne Greinke, based on a project by Ayelen Coccoz and Cosima Tribukeit.

Oktogon, Hochschule für bildende Künste (HfbK) Dresden, Germany

Portrait of a landscape / Shirley Fiterman Art Center, Manhattan, NY, USA

2015LXIX Salón Nacional de Rosario / Catagnino Museum, Rosario

Piedras vol. 3 / Espacio Piedras, Buenos Aires

BA Photo (with La Ira de Dios) / Buenos Aires

Das andere Auge / Curator Susanne Greinke, Oktogon, Hochschule für bildende Künste (HfbK) Dresden

Mercado del Arte (with La Ira de Dios) / Córdoba

Oro II, Fray j. Santamaría de Oro, Buenos Aires

Premio Itaú Cultural 2013-14/ Auditorium de Mar del Plata

2014Muestra final Programa de Artistas UTDT 2014, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Santa Cloud, Galerie Baer, Dresden, Germany

Premio Lucio Fontana 2013/ Museo Sívori, Buenos Aires

Premio Itaú Cultural 2013-14/ Museo Caraffa, Córdoba

Premio Itaú Cultural 2013-14/ Museo Municipal de Arte Moderno, Mendoza

Minimal Art Gallery / Galerie Mikky Burg, Dresden, Germany

Premio Itaú Cultural 2013-14/ CCR, Buenos Aires

Disintegration (Coccoz, Magnin, Simonassi)/ Scuza, Buenos Aires

2013galerie baer – all star cast / Galerie Baer, Dresden, Germany

Fussnoten zum Aufbruch / Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany

Klangkunsthöfe / Bärwalde, Germany

Beca FNA-CONTI / Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Buenos Aires

La especialidad de la casa / EPLa-Escuela de Psicoanálisis Lacaniano de Buenos Aires

2012Beca FNA-CONTI / Centro Cultural Haroldo Conti, Buenos Aires

Von innen und aussenlandschaften / C.Rockefeller Center, Dresden, Germany

Meisterklasse Martin Honert /Atelierfrankfurt, Frankfurt/Main, Germany

Undercover IV / Galerie Baer, Dresden, Germany

2011Intimate space / olympic city, Innsbruck, Austria

Kunstmolkerei / Kunstraum bautzner69, Dresden, Germany

POSToffen IV / Alte Post, Roßwein, Germany


2013-16    Co-direction, with Micaela Puig, of SCUZA space for experimental art production.

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2015-16    Idea and development of the exhibition What matters? ¿Qué cuenta?? Was zählt?, with curatorship of Art Historian Susanne Greinke, in Oktogon (HfbK), Dresden, Germany.

                   Idea and development of an exchange project between the Academy of Visual Arts of Dresden, Germany        (Hochschule für bildende Künste Dresden) and the Art Department of the Torcuato Di tella University.

Participating artists: Ernesto Ballesteros, Diego Bianchi, Florencia Caiazza, Martín Carrizo, Ayelén Coccoz, Nicola Costantino, Jimena Croceri, Raúl Flores, Mauro Guzmán, Fabio Kacero, Fernanda Laguna, Adriana Minoliti, Marisa Rubio, Nicolás Varchausky, and the critic and essayist Nancy Rojas.

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2017-18    Development and co-direction, with Mariana Lerner, of CLUB FÉNIX, an independent space for artists of all disciplines, dedicated to foster interdisciplinary discussions about problems involved in artistic creation. Club Fénix focuses on process, emphasizing the unfinished and the unresolved, drawing attention to the concept of failure in artistic creation as a strategy to approach and discuss, empathically and collectively, the most intimate and vulnerable aspects of the artistic work.

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