Cesar Baracca

 

 

 

Born in Rosario, Argentina in 1959, Cesar Baracca studied Fine Arts at The National University in Rosario, where he later taught sculpture as an assistant professor during 1988 and 1989. He is one of the Co-Founders of the Argentine art groups La Vaca (1988) and RoZarte (1989), which achieved renown for being among the first groups emerging during the nascent New Argentinean democracy.

Baracca has contributed to over fifty exhibitions, worked as part of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s The Reichstag Project (1995) in Berlin, and assisted artist Rob Miller in producing murals for the Vermont/Santa Monica Metro station in Los Angeles, (1997). His recent group exhibitions include shows held at the National Portrait Gallery in London and the National Museum of Fine Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recent solo exhibitions have been held at the Zizi Gallery Mayfair in London and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rosario, Argentina, where three pieces entered the permanent collection. He is currently interested in mosaic technology, appropriation art, issues of representation, production processes, and recessional aesthetics.

Further information about Baracca and his work can be found at the Saatchi Artist Gallery


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For more information on Baracca's work, please contact
In the UK:
Stephen Collett
Tel: +44 208 994 0968

In USA:
Wendy Ficklin
Tel: +1 310 383 0773