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TRAINING
1992-1994 : MA in Visual Arts, Department of aesthetics, Paris VIII university, France. Dissertation: ‘Art and nature in the 20th century’.
1990-1992 : Atelier Antonio Seguí at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
1979-1982 : Escuela de Artes Visuales, Rosario, Argentina
1977-1979 : Philosophy, Hebraic University of Jerusalem, Israel

PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS
2007 : Paysages de Salon, Design Centre Marseilles
1995 : Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1992 : Galerie Olga Soe, Paris, France
1991 : Galerie Bernanos, Paris, France

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS
2000-2002 : Painting Zero Degree, Independent Curators International, itinerant exhibition (director: Carlos Basualdo), Cranbrook Museum of Art - Bloomfield Hills, Fred Jones Jr. Art Museum - University of Oklahoma, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art - Cleveland, USA
1997 : Sueños concretos, Nuevos Nombres internacional (director: Carlos Basualdo), Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango, Bogotá, Colombia
1996 : Guest artist, Salon d’Art Contemporain, Montrouge, France
1995 : Transferts (director: Christine Frérot), Maison de l’Amerique Latine, Paris, France
1994 : Mot de passe : Cortázar, Maison de l’Amerique Latine, Paris, France
1993 : Salon d’Art Contemporain, Montrouge, France
1992 : Sculpture en Ville competition, Voiron, France
5th Centenary of the Discovery of America, Mairie de Nanterre, France
Salon de Montrouge, France
’33 Latin-American sculptors in Paris’, Centre culturel du Mexique, Paris, France
’Latin-American sculptors’, Musée Pespiau-Wlerick, Mont-de-Marsan, France
1991 : America Latina, Galerie Meander, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1989 : Interior en Interiores (directress: Laura Buccellatto), Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1988 : Seis Jovenes Rosarinos, Fundación San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1987 : Grupo de la X, Museo Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina
Cinco Jóvenes Escultores, Galería Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Suma Combinatoria, Museo Sivori, Buenos Aires, Argentina
XXII Salón de Arte Moderno, Museo Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina
Homenaje a Aldo Paparela, Fondo Nacional de Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1986 : Vanguardias, Galería Arte Nuevo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
L Salón Nacional de Rosario, Museo Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina


PRIZES, GRANTS

1992 : Prix du public, Sculpture en Ville competition, Voiron, France
1990-1992 : French government scholarship (guest artist of French government)
1988 : Commendation, Braque prize for sculpture, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1987 : Sculpture prize, Salón de Arte Moderno, Rosario, Argentina. Special commendation, Homenaje a Aldo Paparela, Fondo Nacional de Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1986 : Purchase prize, L Salón Nacional de Rosario, Museo Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina

COLLECTIONS
Museo Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina
Private collections in Argentina, Colombia, France

PRESS
Articles on the artist have appeared in many international publications, including:
- Steven Litt, “A major statement on minimalism”, The Plain Dealer, 6 April 2002
- Doug Bentin, “Minimalist Art is Where You Find It”, Oklahoma Gazette, 2001
- Keri Guten Cohen, “Artists embrace fundamentals”, Detroit Free Press, 27 February 2000
- Joy Hakanson Colby, “Cranbrook exhibit takes a skewed look at painting”, The Detroit News, 23 February 2000
- Carlos Basualdo, “Gladys Nistor”, ArtForum, April 1996
- Christine Frérot, Artension, N°25, June 1991



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