Graciela Sacco


Berkeley Square Gallery
23A Bruton Street
London, W1J 6QG UK
Tel: 207 493 7939
fax: 207 493 7798
email: info@bsgart.com
www.bsgart.com
Director: Peter Osborne
Director of Works on Paper: Tania Sutton

World House Gallery
75 South Orange Avenue
South Orange
New Jersey NJ 07079 USA
Tel: 973 762 3131
fax: 973 762 2831
email: info@worldhousegallery.com
www.worldhousegallery.com
Director: Donald Taglialatella



     
 

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Esperando a los Barbaros (Waiting for the Barbarians)
1996

 
Entre Nosotros No.5
2001

 
From the series Entre Nosotros (Between Us), De la serie Entre Nosotros
2001

 
From the series Entre Nosotros (Between Us), De la serie Entre Nosotros
2001

 
Surrounding Lighting
2002

 
From the series (A Place under the Sun), De la serie (Un lugar debajo del sol)
2001

 
From the series (El Incendio y las Visperas), De la serie (El Incendio y las Visperas)
1998

 
From the series (Sombras del Sur y del Norte I), De la serie (Sombras del Sur y del Norte I)
2001

 
From the series (Sombras del Sur y del Norte III), De la serie (Sombras del Sur y del Norte III)
2002

 
Linea de Gente
2002

 
From the series (Bocanada), De la serie (Bocanada)
2002

 
Las cosas que se llevaron
2000

 
El combate perpetuuo (The Everlasting Combat)
2000

 
Bocanada
2002

 
Bocanada (DETAIL)
2002

 
Cuerpo a Cuerpo (Body to Body) No. 37
2002

 
Cuerpo a Cuerpo (Body to Body) No.36
2001

 
Portrait No.1, Retrato No. 1
2001

 
Portrait No. 2, Retrato No. 2

 
Portrait No. 3, De la serie (Afuera)
2001

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GRACIELA SACCO



Nace en Argentina en 1956.

Born in Argentina in 1956.


Muestras individuales (selección)

One-man shows (selection)

2000

Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.

Cuerpo a cuerpo, Consulado Argentino en New York, New York.
1999

Sombras del Sur y del Norte, Facultad de Humanidades y Artes de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Rosario.

Un lugar bajo el sol, Centro Cultural de la A...




" I am a nomadic artist in the way I think that every horizon is good to provoke the desire of images. It does not matter which city I am in, as every city offers me different images to discover. Sometimes this image it is not in the street, it is in the page of a newspaper that day, or in a private object or in the lost shadows.
Who said there is only one way to know a city? In this sense, I quote Walter Benjamin who states that to know a city, it is necessary to loose oneself in it.