JUAN RANIERI
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Juan Ranieri, Argentine Painter, was born in 1969 and studied architecture at the University of Buenos Aires. His work has received prizes in numerous contests and salons, has participated with great success in art fairs both in Argentina and abroad, and forms part of many important Argentine collections, including those of the Fortabat, UADE, Merrill Lynch, Telecom Argentina, Bunge Argentina, and the Quinquela Martín Museum. His work falls into a genre that one might denominate as magic realism of the River Plate (Rio de La Plata). The work primarily focuses on the urban phenomenon in general terms, and the architectural object in more specific terms, and the impact both have on the psyche of the ordinary human being (who is ever-present in the work, though not necessarily visible). With strong structural compositions and a highly detailed technique, Ranieri delves into the contemporary sociopolitical darkness with a critical and often sarcastic reading.
 
 
 
 
FRANCISCO MIRANDA
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FRANCISCO MIRANDA (Buenos Aires, 1981) is formally educated in graphic design (Buenos Aires University, 2006). He has been showing his bas-relief sculptures since 2008. Miranda has participated in many collective shows - some in cultural centers such as the Recoleta Cultural Center, others in commercial art galleries, such as Ruth Benzacar in Buenos Aires, Causey Contemporary in New York, and the Pictoplasma Portrait Gallery in Berlin, and, finallly, in art fairs like Stroke 02 en Munich. He has participated in several national salons and competitions, including the UADE Salon and the Palais de Glace National Salon. Beatrix Roads is the first gallery to have offered the artist a one-man show in 2014.
 
 
 
 
LUCIO BOSCHI
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Lucio Boschi (1966) is a traveling photographer who drove his van round trip from Patagonia to Alaska. He lived with the Eskimo communities in the North of Canada and the nomad tribes from Siberia, Mongolia and Bhutan. Boschi also lived years in India and in the Himalayas taking photographs of the Tibetans in exile. He has produced eight books based on his photos and travesl. Boschi's epic black and white photographs currently focus on indigenous peoples of Argentina's northern provinces. His body of work also includes large scaled installations featuring a collage of writings, photographs and maps based on his many travels. His works have been shown in galleries in Rome, Paris and New York, as well as in Argentina's National Museum of Fine Arts, the United Nations, in the Vatican, and even in his own museum - El Museo en Los Cerros in Jujuy Province.
 
 
 
 
MATEO ARGÜELLO PITT
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Mateo Argüello Pitt (1972, Cordoba) has a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts (painting) from the University of Cordoba (1998). Though his body of work consists primarily of paintings, he also makes sculptures and objects. His awards and distinctions include the Valparaiso Foundatoin Production Scholarship (Mojacar, Spain); the Lufthansa Prize, XXth Salon of the Pro Arte Foundation of Cordoba (Caraffa Museum), the First Prize in the Federal Painting Salon 200O of the General Investment Council, and a Special Jury Mention in the National Drawing Salon of the Palais de Glace 2015. His work has been exhibited in the Arteamericas International Fair in Miami and the ArteBA International Fair in Buenos Aires. He has exhibited in solo and collective shows in Buenos Aires, Atlanta, the Argentine Embassy of Paris, in Granada (Spain), and in Portugal.
 
 
 
 
WILLIAM KOFMEHL (USA)
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William Earl Kofmehl III (b.1980 Pittsburgh, PA) received an MFA in Sculpture from Yale University in New Haven, CT, in 2005 and a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, in 2002. Kofmehl’s work is multidisciplinary, and his shows have included pieces in a wide variety of media-- embroidered canvases, wooden and bronze sculptures, video, installations, and even performance pieces. Much of his current work in cast sculptures is composed of reclaimed cast bronze and aluminum alloys harvested from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's historical industrial past; Kofmehl's most recent exhibition work points to the intersections between factual information, historical events and fictitious stories. His work has been featured in exhibitions in Hong Kong, Brittany (France), Winterthur (Switzerland), Miami, New York, Chicago, and London.
 
 
 
 
VERONICA CAMINOS
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Veronica Caminos, Argentine painter and photographer, was born in 1968 in La Plata. She studied fine art and psychology at Georgetown University and has a masters degree in architecture from the Catholic University of America. Her photographic and pictoric work has participated and been prized in numerous national contests and salons, including the National Painting Salon and National Photography Salon of the Palais de Glace, the Quinquela Martin Painting Salon, the National Painting Salon of the province of Salta, the Areatec Biennial Prize in Arts, the Sacred Art Biennial of the Pontificate Catholic University of Argentina, the Sacred Art Salon of Tandil and . Her painting is figurative, often focusing on the human face, at other times depicting symbolic interior landscapes. Her photographic work features various series - included here is her abstract design series achieved through photo-collage and her urban landscapes series.
 
 
 
 
ANDRES PIATEK
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ANDRES PIATEK (Buenos Aires province, 1978) is a Fine Arts professor with a specialization in ceramic arts, but later studied painting with Argentine master painters Luis Noé y Ricardo Roux, among others. Since 2005, Piatek has exhibited almost exclusively paintings and drawings in over 25 salons and art fairs, including the UADE Painting Salon, the Quinquela Martín Painting Salon, the Open Arts art fair, and EGGO art fair. Beatrix Roads offered Piatek his second one-man gallery show in 2014.
 
 
 
 
AGUSTINA SAEZ
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While earning her degree in music, AGUSTINA SAEZ (Buenos Aires, 1978) studied painting with Argentine contemporary painters Maria Rosa Schilman, Ariel Mlynarzewicz, and Juan Astica. Over the last 15 years, Sáez has participated in numerous paintings salons y contests in Argentina, Uruguay and Spain. She has participated in collective and solo shows in various cultural centers of Buenos Aires, including the Borges Cultural Center and the British Arts Centre. Beatrix Roads is the first gallery to showcase her work commercially.
 
 
 
 
TOTOY ZAMUDIO (CHILE)
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José Manuel ("Totoy") Zamudio was born in Santiago de Chile (1972). He has a bachelor's degree in Fine Art from the Finis Terrae Univeristy in Chile and a master degree in digital animation from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Visual artist and musician, Zamudio is primarily focused on painting and drawing, although he also produces sculptures and works in digital formats. The artist commences his work with no imagery in mind, working until his monkeys begin to appear - one monkey, two monkeys, three -- monkeys are what he calls the little creatures that inhabit his paintings. Obviously, his work is characterized by spontaneity and humor. His works form part of many private and corporate collections in Chile, such as those of the Mining Group CAP and of Transelec Electricity. Zamudio exhibits regularly in various Chilean art galleries, as well as others in Portugal and Spain.
 
 
 
 
OTHER ARTISTS/OTROS ARTISTAS - ARGENTINA
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MATEO ARGÜELLO PITT, JUAN MANUEL DIAZ PUERTA, IGNACIO NOE, JUAN MANUEL BOTTE, MIGUEL FRIDMAN, VICTORIA ASPIROZ
 
 
 
 
OTHER ARTISTS/OTROS ARTISTAS - BRAZIL
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GEORGE ISO
 
 
 
 
OTHER ARTISTS/OTROS ARTISTAS - URUGUAY
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MICAELA PERERA DIAZ
 
 
 
 
ARTIST/ARTISTAS - USA
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STEPH GORALNICK
 
 
 
 
MODERN MASTERS/MAESTROS MODERNOS - RIO DE LA PLATA
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SANTIAGO COGORNO, CARLOS ALONSO, BATLLE PLANAS, CLORINDO TESTA, RICARDO SUPISICHE, PEREZ CELIS, CARLOS URIARTE
 
 
 
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