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AWARDS and RESIDENCIES

2019. LMCC. Creative Engagement Grant

2018. First Nations Contemporary Biennial. Award of Merit. Selected by artist Frank Buffalo Hyde.

2018. Art Residency. Trestle Gallery.

2017. Certificate of Recognition. Selected by Laura Phipps, Curator The Whitney Museum of American Art.

1995. Prize Luigi Prete Foundation. Rome.

1995. Prize Provincial Museum of Art. Buenos Aires. Argentina.

1994. First Prize "Le Muse". Florence. Italy.

1993. Provincial Tourism Department. Rome. Italy.

1993. Prize Municipality of Affile. Italy.

1992. Certificate of Recognition Burckhart Akademie, exhibition "La Marina del Lazio". Rome. Italy.

1991. Gold medal "Sculpture, Graphic and Design" exhibition. Rome. Italy.

1990. First Prize "Rome During The Renaissance" exhibition. Rome. Italy.

1990. First Prize Palace Barberini. Rome . Italy.

1989. Silver medal Department of Culture. Rome. Italy.

Born In Argentina. Lives in New York

EDUCATION
1992. Accademia Internazionale per L'Unita della Cultura. Rome Italy.
1990. Scuola Internazionale dell"Acquarello. Rome. Italy.
1987. MFA. National University, Argentina.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2019 “Mixed Media Dolls”. El Barrio Museum. New York. 2019 “NOMAA’S Women in the Heights - Creating for Change”. Rio Gallery and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling. New York 2019 “Love/Hate”, Local Project, LIC, New York 2019 "Beyond Me Too". Pollak Gallery. Monmouth University. NJ 2019 "Art On Paper", Site:Brooklyn Gallery. New York 2018 Endless Biennial. Curated by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo. Efa Project Space 2018 “Crossroads”. AAA3A Gallery. New York. 2018 “Tactical Stream”. TBG gallery. New York. 2018 “Looking for America”. New Britain Museum of American Art. 2018 “Gateway To Imagination”. Farmington Museum. New Mexico. 2018 “First Nation’s Biennial”. Tubac Center of the Arts. Arizona.
2018 "Fantasy", Garibaldi Maritime Museum. Oregon.
2018 "Crossroads", Boricual College, Brooklyn, New York.
2018 "Art is Money, Money is Art". Rosso20sette Gallery. Rome, Italy.
2018 "WJS", The Art Complex Museum. Duxbury, Massachusetts.
2018 "Big Art". Monmouth Museum. New Jersey.
2018 "Photowork", BAC, curated by photographer E. Jason Wambsgans. New York.
2017 "Open Call: Truth", Bric Arts, Brooklyn, New York.
2017 "State Property", BronxArtSpace, New York.
2017 "Art Show", BWAC. New York.
2017 "Artist Co-Op", JCAL Jamaica Center for the Arts. New York.
2017 "Pop Up Exhibition". Queens Council on the Arts. 2012 Rio Gallery, New York, NY.
2010 "Bronx Latin American Art Biennial. New York.
2009 "United Nations Gallery Show". New York.
2008 "Latin American Art", The Rio Gallery. New York
2008 Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano. New York.
2007 "Hispanic Heritage, Taking Notes", United Nations Gallery, New York.
2006 Centro Civico Dominicano. New York.
2005 "Feria del Libro Dominicano". Comisionado Dominicano de Cultura. New York.
2004 "Art Show" New York Public Library.
2003 Angel Orensanz Foundation. New York.
2002 Theater for the New City Gallery. New York.
2000 Art on the Main Street Gallery. Westchester.
1999 The International Center in New York.
1993 "Colectiva", Museo de Bellas Artes. Argentina.
1993 "Personal", Museo Fra Angelico. Argentina.
1991 National Salon of Visual Art. Palais de Glace. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
1991 Palazzo delle Esposizioni. Rome. Italy
1991 "Arte Contemporaneo". Margutta Gallery. Rome, Italy.
1990 "Art Show", Palazzo Valentini. Rome, Italy.
1989 "Art Fair Teverexpo", Rome, Italy.
1989 "Mostra d'Arte" Forum Gallery, Rome, Italy.

PUBLICATIONS
Her work has been published in: "New York Times Guide for Immigrants to New York City"; Mud Season Review, Memoir Magazine; That Literary Review; 805 Lit+Art; ART511 MAG; Raven Chronicles; Silver Needle Press; Hayden’s Ferry Review and News NY1.