Carla Grunauer, 1982, Tucumán, Argentina.
Her work investigates through drawing and painting, figurations that circulate along a path of free associations and mental spaces, where architectural forms, abstractions and icons coexist. She is interested in the development of particular means that combine traditional techniques with contemporary technology materials, which leads her to explore her own execution techniques as a fundamental part of her project. Starting from a narrative of fantastic beings and liminal forms in a germinal state and in connection with the historical animal / witch relationship, her most recent series reflect on the body, anomaly and desire, as possible forms of self-perception.
She has a degree in Visual Arts from the National University of Tucumán, Argentina. She was selected to participate in the Artists Program at the Torcuato Di Tella University between 2017 and 2018, under the coordination of Carlos Huffmann. In 2015 he received the scholarship awarded by Amigo del Interior, Buenos Aires, Argentina, to develop production workshops and work clinic with Javier Villa and Carlos Huffmann. In 2015 she received a scholarship to Systematic Study of Drawing workshop at the University Torcuato Di Tella, under the direction of Eduardo Stupía. In 2013 she received a scholarship from the National Endowment for the Arts to work clinic with Rafael Cippolini. She has a degree in Plastic Arts from the National University of Tucumán.
He made individual and collective exhibitions in different galleries and museums in Argentina, Peru and Spain: Crisis Galería (Lima), Vigil Gonzales Galería (Lima), Proyecto Nohacernada (México), Modern art Museum of Buenos Aires, MUNT (Museum of the National University of Tucumán), Timoteo Navarro Provincial Museum of Fine Arts, Guillermina Caicoya Proyect (Madrid), Klemm Foundation, Espacio Cripta, Piedras Galería, Torcuato Di Tella University, Heraldo Conti Cultural Center, Genaro Perez Museum, Dumit House, National Fund for the Arts y Un Club, entre otros. Co-directed from 2010 to 2013 the activities, workshops and exhibitions at El Rancho, a contemporary art space in San Miguel de Tucumán. His work is part of public and private collections.