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Since its beginnings, in 2019, po_otoreto has obtained support and awards, and has been exhibited in several institutions.




Shows



2022

EN SUS MANOS 

Centro Cultural Parque de España – CCPE, Rosario, Argentina.


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PO_OTORETO

Exhibition and site-specific performance as part of the UTDT / Film Program, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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CASA DE MUÑECAS

Desmayo Galería, Rosario, Argentina.


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2021

PO_OTORETO

Fundación Cazadores, Programa Impulso Cazadores.


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Prizes and awards


2020
Winner of "Impulso Cazadores", Fundación Cazadores, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2021
2nd prize UADE Visual Arts (acquisition), Buenos Aires, Argentina.



Collaborations


2021
Collaboration with the artists Lea Mauas and Diego Rotman (Sala-manca duo, Jerusalem) with the realization of the portrait-puppets of the actors Dzigan and Schumacher, and those of the artists themselves. These puppets were the protagonists of the short film "Yiddish silence", directed by Mauas and Rotman.




Collaboration with the artists Ana Vogelfang and Julieta Garcia Vázquez (Buenos Aires) with the realization of the portrait-doll of the painter Josefa Díaz y Clucellas. The doll was part of the MOPI Museum, built on Clucellas Island, Santa Fe, Argentina. This project was part of Bienalsur 2021.




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Workshops & lectures


2022
Centro Cultural Parque de España, Rosario / workshop framed within the exhibition “EN SUS MANOS”, CCPE, Rosario.

Escuela Municipal de Artes Plásticas Manuel Musto, Rosario / workshop as part of the "Escuela Prestada" program.

Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires / talk for students of the Film Program UTDT, within the framework of the Jornadas de cine-ensayo.

Museo Histórico de Santa Fé / open talk on the occasion of the donation of "La Josefa", a portrait-doll of painter Sor Josefa Díaz y Clucellas.