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Guillermina Bustos.

(born in Córdoba, Argentina, 1988) Based in Paulo, Brazil.

Artist and art researcher

[statement] Her work is considered as a research methodology of the orders of culture, specifically about different use of image and performativity. It is also intended as a possibility to open the discussion within the art system, with practices located tangentially within its limits. She makes interventions of spaces and everyday objects through drawing, painting, video and performance.

She has a Master in Arts, Mention Visual Arts, from the University of Chile. She has a degree in Art from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. He has obtained scholarships and awards for arts research.

She has made more than 40 exhibitions in various countries such as Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia; individual, group and collective.

He collaborated as an assistant to artists Christian Jankowsky, Tomás Saraceno, Ricardo Basbaum and Lucas Di Pascuale.


Individual exhibitions

> (2015) Amo Usado. The Expendeduría. Curator: Jorge Sepúlveda T .. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
>(2012) (neo) modalidades analítico-pictóricas. Curator advice Carina Cagnolo and Alejandra Perié. Center for Production and Research in Arts (CePIA). Córdoba Argentina.
>(2009) Registros Cronotópicos. Center for Production and Research in Arts (CePIA). Córdoba Argentina.

Co-authorship Exhibitions (as an art collective)

>(2014) Piscina. I work together with Felipe Rivas, Ricardo Villaroel, Marcela Serra, Tomás Quezada and Jaime Catalán. Pool University of Chile. Santiago de Chile.
>(2013) Personal de Futilería, as a member of the homonymous collective together with Cecilia Flores Aracena. La Cúpula – Art Gallery – Media Lab. Córdoba, Argentina.
>(2012) Progetto Umidità 4.0, Authenticity and topicality in art. Selection of the 2012 CePIA Open Call for the Arts Production and Research Center (CePIA). Córdoba Argentina.
>(2009) ¿Aca sohub o buhos aca?, subsoil of the Argentine Pavilion. Secretary of University Extension (SEU). Córdoba Argentina.

Collective exhibitions (biennials, festivals, curated, salons, etc.)

>(2020) CURSIS, ANALÍTICOS Y MELODRAMÁTICOS. New Art Festival. Chihuahua, Mexico.
>(2019) Amigo secreto. Tomie Ohtake Institute. São Paulo, Brazil.
>(2019) Abraço coletivo. Curator Paula Borghi. Ateliê 397. São Paulo, Brazil.
>(2018) Canto de Sirenas. Curator of Cristian Silva. Temporary Gallery. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2016) Para que no nos pillen por sorpresa. Gallery D21. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2016)No es cualquier verdura. Ephemeral Galleries Cycle. Coordination Eva Ana Finquelstein. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2015) Repliegue, Cycle of performance. Recursos Públicos. Curicó, Chile.
>(2015) Atelier Populaire. Curator Sebastián Valenzuela Valdivia. French Institute, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2015) Un paisaje silencioso. CCU Visual Arts Room. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2014) Posibles nombres. Black Bank. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2014) Angosta franja de tierra. Juan Egenau Room, Faculty of Arts, University of Chile. Santiago de Chile.
>(2013) Quilicura Project. Curator Marta Hernández Parraguez. Quilicura Cultural Center. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2013) 4th Hall Plaza de Almas. Tucumán, Argentina.
>(2013) Casa Tomada. Curatorship Carolina Olmedo Carrasco, Cecilia Flores Aracena, and Marta Hernández Parraguez. Intervention in residence to be demolished. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
>(2012) Opciones analíticas, autoconscientes y cosméticas [3/4] Three Rooms – Space. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2012) Consideraciones Móviles. Curator Pablo Vinet, Gabriel Gutnisky and Cecilia Irazusta. Genaro Pérez Municipal Museum. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2012) Biennial Imgen en Movimiento. Selection for the Norberto Griffa Award. San Martín Cultural Center. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
>(2012) International Festival of Video Art (FIVA). Jorge Luis Borges Room, National Library. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
>(2012) The democratizing illusion. Video-art protest Colombia-Argentina. The Paternal. Curator Luis Saray. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
>(2011) 34 Ladrillos International Film Festival. Curator Diego Piñeros García and Paola Michaels. Villa de Levya, Colombia.
>(2011) Aplastar la Utilidad. Pertenencias Cycle. Selection. House of Culture, National Fund for the Arts. Curatorship Carina Cagnolo, Andrés Labaké and Fernando Farina. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
>(2011) Cinema of Biographies of Artists. The Seventh in the Caraffa. Emilio Caraffa Museum (MEC). Cordoba Argentina.
>(2011) I Drawing Room. Bonfiglioni Museum. Villa Maria, Argentina.
>(2010) 2nd Video meeting designer. Designer Office. Curator Diego Piñeros García. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
>(2010) Documentary and Video Series. Contemporary Cali (CALO). Curator Diego Piñeros García and Yohana M. Roa. Cali, Colombia.
>(2010) Social Video IV. Bogotá- Córdoba Video Art Series. Curator Diego Piñeros García. House13. Córdoba Argentina.
>(2010) ¿Artísticidad?, Underground of the Argentine Pavilion. Córdoba Argentina.
>(2010) Atico, Drawing. Hijos del Rey Showroom. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2009) Nada parecido a un Eden, Chile-Córdoba Video Art Series. Curator Nancy Mansilla. CePIA. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2009) Nada parecido a un Eden, Video Art Series, Curator Nancy Mansilla. Espacio G. Valparaíso, Chile.
>(2009) Clinical video-art. Chateau Carreras Center for Contemporary Art. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2008) IV Small Format Visual Arts Salon. Emilio Caraffa School of Arts. Cosquín, Argentina.
>(2007) Representation System. Art Gallery of the Argentina-Ciudad Universitaria Pavilion. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2007) Mimesis. Argentine British Culture Association. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2006) Techniques and Materials of Engraving. Underground Pavilion Argentina-Ciudad Universitaria. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2004) Cinerea Art Workshop. Coordination Daniela Córdoba. Santa María de Punilla, Argentina.


>(2013) Foreplay. Coordinated by Forensic Curatorship and NoMínimo. Guayaquil, Ecuador.
>(2019) Al zur-ich. Quito, Ecuador.


>(2016) El nombre de lo que escapa. Lorraine Green project. Rada Tilly Cultural Center. Co-curator with Jorge Sepúlveda T .. Rada Tilly, Argentina.
>(2016) Episode 1 / Season 3. Pera de Goma. Co-curator with Jorge Sepúlveda T .. Montevideo, Uruguay.
>(2013) Limbo. Art Market / EGGO 2013. Galleries Art Fair. Córdoba Argentina.
>(2012) Arte Avanzado. Museum of Fine Arts Emilio Caraffa. Project selected in the CePIA Curatorial Projects call. Co-curator with Manuel Molina, Juan Gugger and Paz Chasseing. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2012) .ciclo.nocturno.video.arte. 2nd Encounter of Visual Arts [Contemporary possibilities and potentialities of the landscape genre]. Santa María de Punilla, Argentina.

Awards, Mentions and Scholarships

>(2013) CURADOR / CBA 2013 Award. Art Market / EGGO, Interior Galleries Fair of the Country. Cordoba Argentina.
>(2012) Latin American Thought Research Grant. Ministry of Culture of the Province. Córdoba, Argetnina.
>(2011) Research Initiation Grant. International University Council. CIN. Cordoba Argentina.

Between 2011 and 2015 I coordinated the Contemporary Landscape Enconter in Santa María de Punilla, Argentina. Between 2012 and 2016 she was a member of the board of the Fundación Cultura Confines, dedicated to the management and education of contemporary art in rural localities. In 2013 she was Secretary of Culture, Education and Press of the Municipality of Santa María de Punilla, Argentina.

In 2015 I worked as a researcher at the Visual Arts Documentation Center (CeDoc) of the La Moneda Cultural Center, Santiago de Chile, Chile.

Since January 2015 she has been working on contemporary art research, training and residencies initiatives: Curatoría Forense – Latinoamérica; Cooperativa de Arte, Uberbau_house (São Paulo, Brazil) and VADB – Latin American art community.

He also works in the team of Editorial Curatoría Forense; in the organization of Meetings of Autonomous Art Management; and in the residency of art and social processes in rural localities SOCIAL SUMMER CAMP (Chile), OBRA PÚBLICA (Chile), and COMMUNITARIA (Argentina).

At the same time, it coordinates the following initiatives: Art workers, Census of Contemporary Latin American Art, and Autonomous Management Network