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Marina De Caro

Born in 1961 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Body, behaviour and space; intuition, sensitivity and perception; experience and knowledge: these are the key words of Marina De Caro’s work. De Caro develops her poetics from the field of drawing towards the realms of sculpture and performance. Her spatial and action-based works often incorporate soft wearable sculptures especially designed to invite the viewer/performer to experience an unpredictable regard on the everyday, on bodily and social behavior and norms. In her drawings and experiences, De Caro disrupts the given, abruptly. A most refined and irreverent master in the use of color, her works also unfold as delicately poetic spatial entities that usually envelop the viewer in a particular novel ambience and experience.

2011 – Hombres semilla o el mito de lo posible – Biennale de Lyon, Lyon France
2011 –  Turista en un Agujero Negro – Ruth Benzacar Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2010 – My head wants to create a World – Vanessa Quang Gallery, Paris, France
07. 2009 – La belleza es de los artistas cuando la felicidad es compartida – Close Gallery belleza y felicidad and creation of clothing / souvenirs for all the artists, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2009 – Educational project Bienal de Mercosur, Porto Alegre, Brasil
2007 – Los trabajos y los días contra horas-reloj – Ruth Benzacar Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2007 – 4 ojos ó dependiendo de tu humor – Video/Performance, American Society, Nueva York, USA
2002 – El valor de las cosas – Lelé de Troya Gallery, ArteBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2001 – Domingo X027 – Gara Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1996 – Binarios: Lenguaje Secreto – Days of Argentine Art of the twentieth century, Banco Patricios Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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