Veronica Labat

 

Veronica Labat was born in 1960 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She lives in Castelar, Buenos Aires, Argentina and studied stage design, drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving and mural painting.

 

Solo Exhibitions

1991 Development Society, Castelar, Buenos Aires

1995 Naïve Exhibitions, Argentinean Airlines

2004 Honorable Chamber of National Deputies

 

Group Exhibitions

1994 Moron University Biennial, Moron, Buenos Aires Province

1997 Management Community Center, sponsored by the Argentinean Government

2000 Malvinas’ Heroes Exhibition, Ituzaingo, Buenos Aires

2001 International Woman’s Day, Moron Municipality

International Art Fair, Toronto, Canada

2002 5th Biennial, The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

2004 “The Biblical World”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

2004 “The best Naïve painting of the world”, Paris, France

2004 “The three Witches”, Lyon Gallery, France

2006 “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 Austral Museum of Esquel, Chubut, Argentina

2011 4th International Festival of Naïve Art, Katowice, Poland

2012 “Imaginary Realism” Naïve Exhibition, The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Prizes

1998 1st Mention, 3rd Naïve Biennial, The Musuem of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

1999 1st Prize, Castelar Neighborhood Union Salon, Castelar, Buenos Aires

2000 2nd Prize, 4th Naïve Biennial, The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires

2001 3rd Prize, Childhood’s Patronage, Argentina

2002 Kasper Pro Art Gallery, Switzerland

2003 Hoy en el Arte Gallery Contest, Buenos Aires

2004 Great Prize of Honour, Childhood’s Patronage, Argentina

2006 Great Prize of Honour, VII Naïve Biennial, The Museum of the Romulo Raggio Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2009 Great Prize of Honour, Childhood’s Patronage, Argentina

2010 Great Prize of Honour, Childhood’s Patronage, Argentina