Buenos Aires, 1923 – 1998
He studied painting with Raúl Russo and Rafael Onetto in Buenos Aires and participated in the workshops of André Lhote, Georges Dayez and Ossip Zadkine in Paris.
“Of course, these [works] should not be called paintings, but comfortably fit within a task…to discover new textures and expressively
valorize any material anti-aesthetic.”
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The piece will displayed on the entrance wall of the Museum for two weeks and then it will be kept until March 2015 when the new room of Museum devoted to twentieth century art will be opened.