..Silvia Brewda

"Goool, una pasión"

Solo - solo:
Lithography - Mixed media
20 x 20 x 5 cm
.

Quiénes - dónde - cuál:
Lithography - Mixed media
43 x 43 cm.

Del palpitar:
Acrylic on canvas

35 x 35 cm
.
"Tuerca"

En tu fantasía:
Acrylic on canvas
35 x 35 cm
.

Amores fierros:
Lithography - Etching - Photoengraving
70 x 100 cm
.

En tu memoria:
Acrylic on canvas
35 x 35 cm
.

"Pandora"

Pandora - Libro de artista:
Etching - Photoengraving
21 x 22 x 5 cm
.

P - Una y todas:
Etching - Photoengraving
45 x 53,5 cm
.

P - Pasión 1:
Etching - Photoengraving
34 x 60 cm
.

PASSION OF PASSION

Through different languages like paintings, etchings, objects, lithographs and artist books, Silvia Brewda invites us to visit different universes, such as the passionate world of football, the thrill of the racing car fans and the mystery of Pandora´s wishes.

These universes flavour our existence, shake the dullness and become  elements of freedom.

Biography

Born in 1949 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Graduated as National Teacher of Painting at the “Prilidiano Pueyrredón School” in Buenos Aires in 1967. She continued her studies with such distinguished master painters as Carlos Cañas, Jorge Demirjian and Emilio Renart, among others.
Her ample production includes painting, work on paper, objects, artist’s books, toys. She also designs and executes silver jewelry like the “Helio” collection and designs and executes murals.
In 2006 she participate in Pandora Project – Master Class directed by Rimer Cardillo and Alicia Candiani, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Since 1978 she has participated in several individual and collective exhibitions in museums, galleries and institutions in Argentina and in many foreign countries.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Selection)

Proyecto Ace, Buenos Aires
1/1 Caja de Arte Gallery, Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
Arte BA 2000, Suipacha Art Gallery, Buenos Aires
Emilio A. Caraffa Museum, Via Margutta Art Gallery, Córdoba, Argentina
Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez Museum, Santa Fe, Argentina
Praxis, Julia Lublin and Atica Art Galleries, Buenos Aires
Arteconsult Gallery, Panama
David Pérez Gallery, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Interamerican Development Bank, Washington, USA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Selection)

Casa de la Cultura - Antequera, Centro Cultural Caja Granada - Motril y Centro Cultural Caja Granada – Jaen, España
The 4th Latinoamerican GRAPHIC Biennial, Museo del Grabado, Argentina
The 5th International MINI PRINT Biennial, Museum of Art, Cluj, Napoca, Rumania
Biennale Internazionale per L’Incisione, Acqui Terme, Italia
Florean Museum, Rumania
Trench Gallery, Punta del Este, Uruguay
Portales Gallery, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Vila Nova Fine Art, San Salvador, El Salvador
Museum of Contemporary Art, Arteconsult Gallery and Museo del Canal Interoceánico, Republic of Panama
Praxis Gallery, New York; Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington; Museum of Art and History, Contemporary Art Museum and Botello Gallery, Puerto Rico; Satellite Galleries, Jansen-Perez Gallery and Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Modern Art Museum and Hispanic Cultural Center, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Villa Ocampo Cultural Center, Juan Carlos Castagnino Municipal Art Museum, Mar del Plata; Pompeo Boggio Plastic Arts Museum, Chivilcoy, Argentina
In Buenos Aires: Printmaking Museum, Children´s Museum at the Abasto Center, Arte BA, National Exhibition Center, Borges Cultural Center; Arcimboldo, Suipacha and Giesso Art Galleries.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AWARDS (Selection)

2nd Prize Printmaking, VI National drawing and Printmaking Salon, Guaman Poma Museum, Entre Rios; Mention, Pro-Art Foundation, Cordoba; 1st Mention, National Drawing Salon; 2nd Prize, BASF Prize of Argentine Painting, Praxis Gallery; Mention , “Gunther Prize”, C.A.Y.C. – Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1st Prize at the 1996 Foreign Exhibition, International Association of Art Critics (A.I.C.A.), Puerto Rico Selection for “Señalar-navegar-desplegar”  and 2nd Prize in the same category in the Dominican Republic.
Honorable Mention, V International Painting Biennal, Cuenca, Ecuador

Silvia Brewda´s works are represented in public and private collections, in museums and institutions in Argentina and in other countries (Selection)

In Argentina:
Modern Art Museum, Buenos Aires
National Atomic Energy Commission, Buenos Aires
Rosa Galisteo de Rodriguez Museum, Santa Fe

Hispanic Cultural Center, Modern Art Museum, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Contemporary Museum of Art, San Juan de Puerto Rico, U.S.A.
Contemporary Museum of Art, Panama, Republic of Panama

She lives, works and teaches in Buenos Aires.