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Hernán Soriano

1978 Argentina

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  • About the Artist

Hernán Soriano is an Argentine visual artist, born in 1978. Draftsman, sculptor, artifact builder. He works from manual trades and obsolete or obsolete technologies. He uses an intuitive, amateur, scientific, and symbolic research method.

Hernán Soriano, was born in the city of Buenos Aires in 1978. He attended the School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón. Second year of the School of Design and Communication. Work clinic at the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center 2006. Research Center Scholar Artistic 2010, P.A.C. from the Gachi Prieto gallery 2012. He is part of the Provisorio Permanente artistic collective with Victoriano Alonso, Pedro Wainer, Eduardo Basualdo and Artur Lescher and of the Totem y Tabú artistic collective with Laura Códega and Malena Pizani. Among his most outstanding individual exhibitions is The time that remains (2020, Lanzallamas Gallery, Buenos Aires), Mentally forming a machine (2016, Museum of Modern art of Buenos Aires), Edition (2015, Document Art gallery of art, Buenos Aires), Five Figures (2008, Installation Centro Cultural San Martín, Buenos Aires) and Sepia (2007, Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires). He also participated in group exhibitions such as Museum of Imaginary Worlds (2014, MAR Museum), AMC (2010, 23 Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival for Expanded Media, Germany) and AMC (2009, Emilio Caraffa Museum, Córdoba, Argentina)

Works by Hernán Soriano

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2017

16 x 18 cm

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