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SARA SLIPCHINSKY (1947)
Lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Visual artist, psychologist and psychoanalyst. She develops engraving techniques and analyses paper as the material used for her works.
She has made both individual and collective exhibitions in Argentina and abroad, some of the main ones being (between 2003 and 2015): Pabellón 4 Gallery; Caja de Arte Gallery; Centro de Edición Gallery; Recoleta Cultural Centre; Palais de Glace; Raggio Foundation; Vórtice Gallery; Museo del Grabado (Engravings Museum); Raúl Lozza Museum; Fine Arts Museum Dr. U. Poggi / Sta. Fe – Rafaela; J. Sánchez Museum / Gral. Roca; Museo del Fin del Mundo (End of the World Museum) / Ushuaia; Carla Rey Contemporary Art Gallery. Various galleries in: Mexico, Panama, Austria, Hungary, the Argentine Embassy in Berlin, Casa Ensamble, Bogota, Switzerland and New York. She has participated in the following fairs: Arte BA; “Expotrastienda” Art Fair; Puro diseño; Estampa / Spain; Mia Fair Art and Art Miami / USA (2005 to 2015).
She has been awarded different prizes: 2nd Prize Textile Work in Stock Exchange (2016); 3rd Prize Engraving with textile intervention in C.A.A.T (2016); 1st Prize at the International Art Fair (Uruguay 2016), Honorable Mention – Carmen Arozena Award (Madrid 2013); Salón Minitextil (Mini-Textile Hall) – 2012 in CAAT (Argentine Textile Arts Center); 1st Prize: Símbolos Patrios (National Symbols) – 2010; 3rd Prize: Salón Minitextil (Mini-Textile Hall) – 2010; 2nd Prize in Painting, Turism Secretariat of Vicente Lopez and Dimensión (Dimension) – 2010; Mention in Art Object: Bienal siglo XXI (21st Century Biennial) – 2004; Clamor Brezca Award in Vórtice (2003); 1st Prize in Object, Arte y Dimensión (Art and Dimension) – 2003.
Her work has been selected for: José Hernandez Museum – Textile Room (2014 and 2015) National Hall – Discipline of photography, engraving and textile art (from 2006 to 2015); Salón Manuel Belgrano – Discipline of engraving (2008 to 2015) and Biennial of Textile Art, Municipal Museum Eduardo Sivori (2011 to 2016).