About Silvina Ibanez
Silvina Ibañez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She lives and works in Mexico City. In 1996 she obtained a Teachers Degree from the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredon, in Argentina. In 2003, she got a University Degree in Visual Arts specializing in Painting- at the I.U.N.A. In 2011 she obtain the Master Degree in Visual Arts at the San Carlos Academy of the UNAM, in Mexico City. In years 2004 and 2005, she participated in the workshop of Luis Felipe Noé and in 2004, with Guillermo Roux. From 1996 until 2006, she teached painting to adults and children in her studio in Buenos Aires. In Mexico, since 2007 until now, she works in Kopalli, C.A. Silvina has developed many individual exhibitions, in Argentina at: The Telecommunications Museum (1998), Salta Catholic University (2000), Alicia Brandy Gallery (2003), Forma Gallery (2005), Metropolitan Museum of Art (2005). In Netherlands Antilles, at the Lanhuis Bloemhof Museum (2008). In Mexico City at: Gasteiz The Book Store & Art Space Polanco (2009), The San Carlos Academy , Generation Exhibition (2010), Traeguer & Pinto Contemporary Art Gallery (2011). Miguel Hidalgo Gallery. Individual exhibition (2013) Museo Cuevas Collective exhibition (2013) Museo de la Ciudad de Queretaro (2014). Museo Casa Redonda de Chihuahua (2015). She received special comissions from important companies such as Cisco Mexico ( 2013 / 2014) and AM Best Latinamerica (2014) In recent years, Silvina also participated in collective exhibitions and, particularly, in programs of Public Art in Mexico City, such as: Heroines 365 (contemporary art and community participation) (2007 to date), El arte de la paz (2012 - in progress), The green Road (contemporary art and ecology / 2009 - in progress) further information at www.kopalli.org. She also has taken part in Art Fairs: Classic Art, in Argentina (2006) and at the FACE C.A.D. Contemporary Art Fair in the Art and Design Center, in Mexico City (2007). Her work can be found in private collections in the Netherlands Antilles, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Holland and in Mexico.