Growing up in Argentina, I was a fan of American pop culture, reading comics and watching movies and cartoons, which inspired my passion for drawing.
I use US currency as my canvas because the dollar bill is a pop culture icon itself, being the most recognized print in the world.
Sometimes I use this medium to promote ethnic and gender diversity, and sometimes I’m just having fun drawing pop culture icons.
2018 – Generations of Pop Featuring Mel Ramos & Friends, Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery, Lafayette, CA
2018 – The World of Frida, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
2017 – Stranger Artists, Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery, Lafayette, CA
2015 – Sinister Sweet. The Tim Curry Art Show, Funn Station Warehouse Space, Los Angeles, CA
2015 – Oddville: A Festival of the Awesomely Strange, American Steel Studios, Oakland, CA
2015 – A Night with the Doctor, Balançoire, San Francisco, CA
2015 – The Murray Affair, The Syrup Loft, Los Angeles, CA
2014 – The Robin Williams Art Tribute, Public Works, San Francisco, CA
2014 – The Walken Situation, Public Works, San Francisco, CA
2014 – The Murray Affair, Public Works, San Francisco, CA
2014 – Beyond Structure, 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2014 – Selfie, The Art Gallery (SFSU), San Francsico, CA
2013 – The Art of NO, Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, CA
2013 – ASIFA-SF Annual Spring festival, Exploratorium’s McBean Theatre, San Francisco, CA
2013 – Emerging Artist Exhibition, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA
2012 – 25th Annual Stillwell Student Exhibition, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
2012 – ASIFA-SF Annual Spring festival, Exploratorium’s McBean Theatre, San Francisco, CA
“Most Provocative”, ASIFA SF Annual Show, 2013
1st Place on “Caring Creativity” Eyeka contest, 2012
Recipient of the Thomas Gordon Foundation Award, 2012
Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art from San Francisco State University, 2013