- Martín Bonadeo
- Leila Bustamante
- Leonardo Cavalcante
- Florencia Fernandez Frank
- Cynthia Kampelmacher
- Nicolás Levín
- Christian Román
- Nilda Rosemberg
- Paula Senderowicz
- Inés Szigety
- Anabel Vanoni
Gabriel Baggio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1974. He lives and works in Buenos Aires.
He has his graduation in visual arts from the Buenos Aires National School of Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredon, in 1998.
He obtained UADE´s great honor price on paint (2012); Klemm´s foundation visual art first price (2009); Rosario´s National under 35 years old price (2006); and he also was granted with the State support for artists during one year (2005) and other state grants (2007/2009).
He obtained the Unesco-Aschberg bursary for a residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, where he has “Your memory ends just where mine begins” solo show in 2004 at the same museum.
He was invited to participate to the Hong Kong International Artist Workshop for TriangleArt Trust foundation (UK) in 2005.
In 2006 he participated in ORANGE at Expression, the Contemporary Art Center of Sainth Hyacynthie. Montreal, Canada.
He also shows his work at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, Argentina 2003/2010/2012; Latin American Museum of Art in Buenos Aires 2008, at Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, 2010; at Proa Foundation in Buenos Aires 2007/ 2009/2011, UNAM, México DF 2007; Caracas Museum of Modern art, Venezuela 2008, TransEat gallery in Miam, USA 2005, among others
He was invited to teach at ShanDu University (China), UNAM (México DF) and also teaches at the National Institute of Art in Buenos Aires since 2007.
Injertos de aproximación lateral (2010)
Procesos de aprendizaje (2006 / 2012)
Olla de chapa de cobre batida / remera / Picante de pollo / rosa en marqueteria / agarradera tejida al crochet. Performance
Motivo para: sábana / cortina / sábana / bandeja de té / Mantel / Lámina / piso clacareo / rejilla/piso calcáreo (2007 / 2012)
Pintura / escultura
Cleaning in progress (2005)
Shop at the Wan Chai neighbourhood
Hong Kong, 2005
On this work:
I was invited to work on the situation on the Wan Chai neighbourhood in Hong Kong, where the Government had been demolish all historic buildings in order to build up gigantic apartment blocks with touristic and commercial purposes.
I chose an old metallurgical shop (that was part of the building complex), which had been unoccupied the week before the performance and abandoned towards its demolition.
I cleaned it up, restored it and reorganized it in order to leave it impeccable so as to continue its production (the former owners had left abandoned all sorts of tools, furniture, first-aid medicines, eating supplies, etc)
One month after the exhibition, the building was demolished.