Laura Vidra

 

Laura Vidra was born in 1957 in Moron, Argentina. She studied art at Oscar Capristo’s Studio from 1997-1982. Between 1982-1984 she studied art at Peter Malenccini’s Studio. In 1989 she moved to Israel and returned to Argentina in 1994.

Solo Exhibitions

1998 Encuentr’Arte Gallery, Buenos Aires

1999 La Cuadra Gallery, Buenos Aires

2000 Catulo Castillo Cultural Center, Carlos Carella Theater, Buenos Aires

Medical Diagnosis Argentine Foundation, Buenos Aires

2002 La Carboneria, Buenos Aires

2004 La Carboneria, Buenos Aires

 

Group Exhibitions

1986 San Isidro Municipality, San Isidro, Argentina

1991 Tel Aviv Municipality, Tel Aviv

1993 Ra’anana Municipality, Ra’anana, Israel

1995 French Alliance, Buenos Aires

1996 “Cordofelta”, 2nd Delta Paint Exhibition, Tigre, Argentina

Alfa Space Loft, Buenos Aires

“En Flores Arte” Contest, Buenos Aires

2nd National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

1997 Vicente Lopez Municipality’s Direction of Culture and Education, Trabuco Country House, Vicente Lopez, Argentina

Emanuel Community, Buenos Aires

1st National Exhibition of Primitive and Modern Naïve Art, Roca Museum, Buenos Aires

3rd National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

1998 Encuentr’Arte, Buenos Aires

Golden Shopping Cultural Hall, Blue Hall of the Honorable National Congress, Buenos Aires

Blue Hall of the Honorable National Senate, Buenos Aires

1999 Holiday Inn Hotel, Buenos Aires

6th National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

2000 7th National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

2001 La Carboneria, Buenos Aires

Mecenas Foundation Buenos Aires

Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires

S.A.D.E, Argentina Writers’ Society, Buenos Aires

2002 La Carboneria, Buenos Aires

Nucleo de Arte, Buenos Aires

Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

2003 Espacio Arte Gallery, Higienopolis Courtyard, Sao Paulo

Military Circle, Buenos Aires

New Abasto XXI, Buenos Aires

“Tango in Recoleta”, Mariette, Argentina

Esteban Echeverria Atelier, San Fernando Municipality, Argentina

2004 2nd Recoleta Exhibition, Mariette, Argentina

Esteban Echeverria Atelier, San Fernando Municipality, Argentina

Romulo Raggio Foundation, Vicente Lopez, Argentina

Edea Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2005 Mitra Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Visual XXI, Buenos Aires

Intercontinental Gallery of Contemporary Art, G.I.A.C, Buenos Aires

2009 “Artistas por Amor II”, Estudio 9 Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Prizes

1986 1st Mention, San Isidro Municipality, San Isidro, Argentina

1996 3rd Prize, “En Flores Arte” Contest Buenos Aires

4th Mention, 2nd National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

1997 Jury’s Mention, Emanuel Community, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, 1st National Exhibition of Primitive and Modern Naïve Art, Roca Museum, Buenos Aires

1st Mention, 3rd National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

1998 1st Prize, Encuentr’Arte, Buenos Aires

1999 3rd Prize, 6th National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

2000 1st Mention, 7th National Exhibition “Henri Rousseau”, Las Naciones Gallery, Buenos Aires

2001 2nd Prize, La Carboneria, Buenos Aires

3rd Prize, La Carboneria Buenos Aires

2002 2nd Prize, Nucleo de Arte, Buenos Aires

2nd Mention of Honor, Las Naciones Gallery

2003 2nd Prize, New Abasto XXI, Buenos Aires

1st Prize, “Tango in Recoleta”, Mariette, Argentina

1st Prize, Esteban Echeverria Atelier, San Fernando Municipality, Argentina

2004 Mention of Honor, 2nd Recoleta Exhibition, Mariette, Argentina

Mention of Honor, Esteban Echeverria Atelier, San Fernando Municipality, Argentina

Mention of Honor, Romulo Raggio Foundation, Vicente Lopez, Argentina

2005 1st Mention, Visual XXI, Buenos Aires

1st Award, Intercontinental Gallery of Contemporary Art, G.I.A.C, Buenos Aires

 

Bibliography

Argentina Dictionary of Plastic Arts”, Minina Fernendez Navarro, 2002,

Buenos Aires