Art Kunst

Gustavo López Armentia

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS:

1984 / 1986 / 1988: – Vermeer Art Gallery. Buenos Aires.

1989 – Paulo Figueiredo Art Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

1991/ 1993 – Praxis Art Gallery, Buenos Aires.

1995 – National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

1996 / 1997 / 1998 / 1999 / 2001 / 2001 / 2002 / 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008 – The Reece Galleries, Inc., New York.

2000 – Retrospective Exhibition – Valencia Cultural Center, Spain.

The Reece Galleries, Inc., New York.

2001- Principium Art Gallery, Buenos Aires. The Reece Galleries, Inc., New York

2002 – Casas Riegner Gallery, Miami

National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

2003 / 2004- Yoram Gil Gallery, Los Angeles.

Van Eyck Art Gallery, Buenos Aires “Recent Works”.

2009 – Azur Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2010 – Art Cube, Los angeles, CA

2011 / 2012 – Insight Art Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Kerr Museum Production, New York

2013 – Museum Sivori, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2014 – Museum Caraffa, Cordóba, Argentina

2015 – Hoy en el Arte Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS:

1983 – The Younger Generation, C.A.Y.C., Buenos Aires

LXII National Exhibition of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

1984 – “Realism, Three Styles”, Museo Americano, Madrid.

Maison de L’Amerique Latine, Paris, Amsterdam and Moscow

“Ideas and Images of Today’s Argentina”, Mexico Museum of Modern Art. Caracas, Sao Paulo

1987 – 1st Cuenca International Biennial, Ecuador.

19th Sao Paulo International Biennial.

8th Valparaiso Biennial, Chile

1988 –Beulezard Gallery, Paris.

Rio de Janeiro Museum of Modern Art, Brazil.

Alvar Alto Museum, Finland

International Critics Conference, The New Image, CAYC, Buenos Aires

Art and Ballet, Colon Theater LXXX Anniversary, CAYC, Buenos Aires

Citibank Collection, Rio de Janeiro, Caracas, Mexico, Bogota and Montevideo

1989 – 9th Valparaiso Biennial, Chile

Ideas and Images of Argentina, The Bronx Museum of Arts, New York.

Urban Memories, Pierre Balmain, New York.

1990 – Artists of Buenos Aires, Mexico Museum of Modern Art. La

Tertulia Museum, Cali, Colombia. San Pablo Museum of Art, Brazil.

Latin Art CA 90, Lavalin Gallery, Montreal, Canada.

The ‘80s Generation, CAYC, Buenos Aires.

The Third World and Beyond, Civica Gallery, Marsala, Italy.

1991 – European Community Room at Harrods, Buenos Aires

1992 – International Art Conference and Symposium, “Identity – Marginality – Space”, Ankara, Turkey.

1993 – The New Image, National Exhibition Space, Buenos Aires.

1994 – 9th Latin American Art Biennial, Mexico;

1995 – El Cairo Biennial, Egypt.

Milan Triennial, Italy

Art in the South, I Conference on Contemporary Art. Organization of American States, Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires.

1996 – Container ’96, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1997 – XLVII Venice Biennial, Italy.

1998 – Praga Graphics Triennial – Current Graphics /12, National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

Art beyond frontiers, Timotca/Unesco. Paris. Lisbon.

1999 – Latin America, Avant-gardes at the end of the Millennium, Culturgest Gallery. Lisbon. Portugal.

II Latin American Biennial, Lima, Peru.

II MERCOSUR Biennial, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

2003 – Cover = Discover, National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

WORKS IN MUSEUMS:

National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, Emilio Caraffa Museum, Cordoba, Argentina.– Museum of Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires.– Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo,– Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro.– Museum of Modern Art Skopje, Yugoslavia. – “House of the Americas”, La Habana, – Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez Museum, Santa Fe, Argentina.- Domecq Institute, México.-

Andean Institute of Popular Arts, Quito, Ecuador.

WORKS IN MUSEUMS:
National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, Emilio Caraffa Museum, Cordoba, Argentina.– Museum of Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires.– Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo,– Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro.– Museum of Modern Art Skopje, Yugoslavia. – “House of the Americas”, La Habana, – Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez Museum, Santa Fe, Argentina.- Domecq Institute, México.-
Andean Institute of Popular Arts, Quito, Ecuador.

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