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Guillermo Kuitca

Guillermo Kuitca (born 1961) is an Argentinian visual artist, born in Buenos Aires and a key figure in the history of Latin American art known for his map and architectural work. Kuitca has exhibited worldwide and his work is held in several major international collections, including, the Met, MoMA, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Tate Gallery, Stedelijk Museum, Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. His work has also been included in a number of international exhibits, including the 2007 Venice Biennale. In 1995, a 12 year survey of his work was organized and toured, crediting with increasing United States' interest in his work after he made his New York City debut in the early 1990s.

In 1993, several art critics -- Carmen Albarch, Eduardo Lipschutz-Villa, Martin Rejtman, Jerry Saltz, and Marcelo E. Pacheco -- joined forces to produce a book titled A Book Based on Guillermo Kuitca A Book Based on Guillermo Kuitca ISBN 9073170036.

Guillermo Kuitca biography at L.A. Louver gallery

Related websites

Online gallery

Guillermo Kuitca at Sperone Westwater Gallery

Guillermo Kuitca at Hauser & Wirth

Guillermo Kuitca biography at L.A. Louver gallery

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