Visual artist and architect. Architecture has led Bimbi to her artistic gaze and her way of working, driven by the need to investigate spaces. She studied Art Direction at the School of Advertising Creatives and Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires where she found the influence for her plastic work. Influenced by deconstruction and her life in the city, her images are a collection of illusory cities. She began her artistic training in 2004 with Heriberto Zorrilla and Helena Distéfano´s workshop. She performed a work clinic with Tulio de Sagastizabal in 2018 and 2019. In 2020 she did a virtual residency at World of Co., Sofia, Bulgaria. Among her exhibitions, we can mention her individual samples at the Saatchi Gallery in London, Start Art Fair, Solo Exhibition in Agora Gallery, New York City, United States. And in group shows, at the Contemporary Art Space of Mendoza, Argentina, the Museum of the end of the world in Ushuaia, Argentina and in the Doncelles Cultural Center, DF, Mexico among others.
The city, the structures, the straight line, are the triggers of the constructions that inhabit my works. I am interested in exploring the relationship between real spaces and imaginary spaces. My practice explores the tension between chaos and order and questions the limits of the architecture language in the visual arts.
Through different materials and resources, I compose my works in two and three dimensions generating projects, paintings, drawings, sculptural objects, models and installations in space.
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1972 | Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lives and works in City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2017 – 2019 | Laura Messing Workshop, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2013 | Art History, Association Friends Museum of Fine Arts. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2001 | Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
2016 | Chelsea, Agora Gallery, New York, USA
2015 | Mercedes Giachetti Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2015 | Liliana Rodríguez Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2013 | Arteme, by Carlos Regazzoni, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2020 | S.V.A “School of Visual Arts” On line, New York, USA
2012 | Honorable mention, Casa Carnacini Hall, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2013 – 2015 | Exhibition declared of cultural interest, Deliberative Council of San Antonio de Areco. Argentina.