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Peaceful Voyage (Pacifico)
31.5" x 47"
Acrylic on canvas
2017
Patagonia Series
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Peaceful Voyage (Pacifico)
Into the Deep (En lo Profundo)
Inner Voyage II (Viaje Interior II)
Freedom (Libertad)
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Andrea De Luigi

Andrea De Luigi was born and lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She graduated as a Clinical Psycholgist from the University of Buenos Aires. As an artist, she studied with Kenneth Kemble, Hector Giuffre, Atilio Laguzzi and Guillermo Roux.

 

She has participated in numerous national and international Fairs and Exhibitions: Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art, USA; Parallax Art Fair, London, UK; ArtExpo International, NY, USA; KunstOdaagse Fair, Bergen, Holland; Expoart Montreal, Canada; ARWI Fair, San Juan, Puerto Rico; FIA (International Caracas Fair); Arte BA, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Metropolitan Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museum of Latin American Art, Maldonado, Uruguay; Fundacao Memorial de America Latina, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Women’s International Conference, El Paso, Texas; Fortaleza San Juan de Ulúa, Veracruz, Mexico; Museum of Colonia Suiza, Uruguay; Art Galleries in Buenos Aires, Praxis, Art Point, Forma. In Uruguay, Trench and Solanas. Virtual galleries, Saatchi, Arte al Dia online.

 

Andrea De Luigi has won prizes and awards, 1st prize Salón de Otoño Roberto Di Paolo, 2nd prize Salón Anual de Pintura Asociación Española de San Isidro, 2nd prize Salón Tarbut, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mention of the Jury, Salón Internacional de Artes Plásticas “La Mujer y su Protagonismo Cultural”, Museo de Bellas Artes Bonaerense. Salón Nacional de Artes Plásticas, Museo de Bellas Artes Bonaerense, XXII Salón Nacional de Pintura, Museo de Bellas Artes F.F.Amador, Luján, Argentina.

 

She participates regularly in solidary events: Arte Ayuda, Art@Hospital, Techo para mi País, Pallets de Arte Solidario. Her work has been published: “Contemporary Masters 2010”, “Compendio de Arte Latinoamericano”, “Arte Al Día Internacional”, “Destino Arte”, “Ba Mag”, and regularly in Buenos Aires newspapers and magazines.’


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