Lidia Papic

Lidia Papic was bonr in 1951 Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1990-1994 she studied decorative painting at “Imaginarte” Studio and from 1994-1997 she studied naïve painting at Virginia Bellati’s atelier. From 1997-2002 she studied naïve painting at Alejandra Sanguinetti’s atelier “The Angel.” From 2002-2004 she studied painting with Susana Alego and in 2004 she attended Maria Teresa Bobbio’s atelier.

 

Solo Exhibitions

2003 Centoira Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Group Exhibitions

1994 Decorative Art Museum, Buenos Aires

1996 Trilogia Art Center, Buenos Aires

Metropolitan Museum, Buenos Aires

1997 Trabuco Country House, Buenos Aires

Metropolitan Museum, Buenos Aires

1998 The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

“Arte Espacio XXI” Art and Design Gallery, Buenos Aires

Metropolitan Museum, Buenos Aires

1999 Vicente Lopez Scientific Foundation and Medical Center, Buenos Aires

Yukio Mishima Cultural Center, Buenos Aires

Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires

The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Miami, USA

Mayor Argentine School, Madrid

The Nation Honorable Senate House, Blue Hall, Buenos Aires

2000 Chubut State House, Buenos Aires

Bollini Foundation, Buenos Aires

Army Historic Affairs Head Office, D.A.H Museum, Buenos Aires

2001 Amuchastegui-Luque Art Gallery Foundation, Villa Carlos Paz, Cordoba, Argentina

Punta del Este Promotion and Tourist League, Punta del Este, Uruguay

San Luis State House, Buenos Aires

La Rioja State House, Buenos Aires

The Nation Honorable Deputy House, Buenos Aires

Forma Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Christian Youth Association, Buenos Aires

“Old Buenos Aires” Hall, Buenos Aires

Sierras Smata Hotel, Las Chacras, San Luis, Argentina

Buenos Aires Fine Arts Circle, Buenos Aires

“Artelite” Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Nations Gallery of International Art, Buenos Aires

Centoira Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2002 Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Women’s International Conference, El Paso, Texas, USA

“Dock del Plata” Hall, Puerto Madero, Centoira Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Pizza O Restaurant, Puerto Madero, Centoira Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Nations Gallery of International Art, Buenos Aires

Colour of Villa Gesell Hall, Edea Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Llao Llao Hotel, Bariloche, Centoira Art Gallery, Neuquen, Argentina

Ramada Hotel, Pinamar, Centoira Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

“El Ombligo de la Luna “Café and Theater, “New Art” Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

El Mirasol Restaurant, Puerto Madero, Centoira Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2003 South Beach Hotel, San Berbado, Buenos Aires

Forma Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

IX International Contemporary Art Exhibition, Punta del Este, Uruguay

Itinernat Exhibition, Cadiz, Toledo and Alicante, Spain

Edea Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Nations Gallery of International Art, Buenos Aires

Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Nucleo de Arte Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Artists Cultural Center, Buenos Aires

2004 The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

Anush Restaurant, Buenos Aires

Esteban Echeverria Popular Forum, Buenos Aires

Nations Gallery of International Art, Buenos Aires

Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Mariette Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Olives Restaurant, Buenos Aires

Town Council, Buenos Aires

USAL, University of El Salvador, Buenos Aires

Sheraton-Libertador Hotel, Buenos Aires

Intercontinental Hotel, Buenos Aires

Bauen Hotel, Buenos Aires

2005 El Viagero Magazine Salon, Buenos Aires

The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires

Costa Salguero Convention Center, Buenos Aires

2006 Artexpo New York, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

“Tango Tales, Gaucho Trails: The Naives of Argentina”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

2007 “Simple Pleasures, Bygone Days: The Naives of Brazil and Argentina”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

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

2011 Chateau Verrez, France

 

Prizes

1996 Mention, Trilogia Art Center, Buenos Aires

1997 3rd Prize, Nucleo de Arte Gallery, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention, Grand Henry Rousseau Prize, Buenos Aires

1998 2nd Mention, Nucleo de Arte Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention, Encuentrarte Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Mention of Honor, The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Encuentrarte Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

3rd Prize, Nucleo de Arte Art Gallery

4th Mention, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

1999 Mention of Honor, Trilogia Art Center, Buenos Aires

Selected Artist, “Artistas por Amor” IX Naïve Art Exhibition, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention of Honor, Mayor Argentine School, Madrid

2000 Jury’s Mention, 1st Biennial of Contemporary Art, Cearco Gallery, Buenos Aires

1st Prize, Women in Art Hall, Nucleo de Arte Art Gallery

4th Prize, VIII National Salon of Naïve Art, Grand Henry Rousseau Prize, Buenos Aires

2nd Mention, 1st Ten Subjects Hall, Encuentarte Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

Mention of Honor, II Biennial Contemporary Art Exhibition, Buenos Aires

2001 Selected Artist XIX illustrated Tango Hall “Sigfredo Pastor”, Vicente Lopez, Argentina

Special Mention, Argentine Plastic Artists International Exhibition, Uruguay

Special Mention, 5th Women International day Homage, Loft Art GalleryAlfa Space, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Special Mention, “Old Buenos Aires” Hall, Buenos Aires

Special Mention, La Rioja State House, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention, 2001 Hill Exhibition, San Luis State, Argentina

Mention, Buenos Aires Fine Arts Circle, Buenos Aires

Mention, “Artelite” Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

1st Prize, IX International Salon of Naïve Art, Grand Henry Rousseau Prize, Buenos Aires

2002 Jury’s Mention, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention of Honor, 1st International Naïve Art Hall “Raul Soldi’, Buenos Aires

3rd Prize, 2nd Naïve Painting Hall, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

1st Great Honorable Prize, X International Naive Art Hall, Grand Henry Rousseau Prize, Buenos Aires

2003 Mention, Forma Hall, Buenos Aires

1st Prize, 3rd Naïve Painting Hall, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

2nd Mention, X International Naïve Art Hall, Grand Henry Rousseau Prize, Nations Gallery, Buenos Aires

1st Prize, Edea Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2004 Mention of Honor, Recoleta 2nd Hall “Germinal Lubrano”, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Calendars Category in benefit of the Infancy Foundation

1st Prize, IV International Biennial, Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

Anniversary Hall Prize, 4th Anniversary Hall, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Mention of Honor, IV International Hall of Tout Petit Art, Nations Gallery, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Great Prize, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Mention, “De Buenos Aires con el Tango” II Painting and Drawing Hall, Buenos Aires

Selected Artist, 2nd National Exhibition of Painting, 5artes.com

Selected Artist, 1st Biennial of Interdisciplinary Visual Arts of Mercosur, “America Vive”, University of El Salvador, Buenos Aires

Selected Artist, II Hall of Naïve Art, Popular Forum Esteban Echeverria”, Buenos Aires

2005 Creativity Mention, Hall of Tout Petit Art, Nations Gallery, Buenos Aires

Jury’s Mention, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

3rd Prize, Jorge Luis Borge Homage, Nations Gallery, Buenos Aires

2nd Prize, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Mention of Honor, Nuevo Abasto XXI Salon of Naïve Art, Buenos Aires

Mention, G.I.A.C Gallery, Buenos Aires

2006 Great Honor Prize Henri Rousseau, VIII Henri Rousseau Naïve Art Salon, International Nations Art Gallery, Buenos Aires

2009 “Colorful Women”, Israel Opera House, Tel Aviv

 

 

Bibliography

Dictionary of Plastic Arts 2002, “Today Art and Culture”, Minina Fernandez, xxxx

Hoy Arte”, Rene Steinberg, 2004, Buenos Aires

Hoy Arte”, Rene Steinberg, 2006, Buenos Aires

“II Certamen Internacional de Pintura Naif”, Amparo Marti Tio, Centro Cultural Galileo, 2006, Madrid, Spain