Born in Córdoba, Argentina, 1979. Lives and works in México D.F.

Founder member of Neter Projects


• 2000-01 BFA in Photography, Lino Enea Spilimbergo Art School – Córdoba, Argentina.
• 1997-00 BFA in Cinematography and TV, UNC Cordoba National University, Córdoba, Argentina.INDIVIDUAL


• 2016, CROTALOS, Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, México D.F.
• 2015, Lxs Brutxs, Chopo Museum, México D.F.
• 2015, Birds Singing Wifi, Articulo 123 Gallery, México D.F.
• 2015, Hemicicles, The White Lodge Gallery, Córdoba, Argentina.
• 2015, Solo Presentation, ARCO Madrid – Opening Section, Madrid, Spain.
• 2014, La Loma del Orto, Yautepec Gallery, México D.F.
• 2014, Comechingones, Autjaus Project, Neter Projects.
• 2013, NeoAmabilis or How To Be Amabilis, Frontgrund Gallery,
Mérida, México.
• 2011, Green Flash Sacrifice, EDS Gallery, México D.F.
• 2010 La Cruz del Sur, El Eco Experimental Museum, México D.F.
• 2010, Arbol Invertido, Border Cultural Center, México D.F.
• 2010, Miramar, Kunstjaus Gallery, San Miguel de Allende GTO, México.
• 2010, Veletas Linyeras, Hotel Condesa DF, México D.F.
• 2009, XYZA, Gallery 13, México D.F.
• 2006 Proyecto CANADA, Carrillo Gil Art Museum – CONACULTA – INBA, México D.F.
• 2004, 1/4 of Canada Project, MUCA Roma, México D.F.


• 2015, Persistencia II, MUCA Roma, México D.F.
• 2015, México City – Spectacular Vernacular, Providence College Galleries, Rhode Island.
• 2015 – 2016, Traces and Vestiges – Inquests on the present, Cabañas Cultural Institute, Guadalajara; Amparo Museum, Puebla and Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso Museum, México D.F.
• 2015, T of Tlatelolco, Tlatelolco Universitary Cultural Center,
México D.F.
• 2015, From the sculptural to the archive, XVI Photography Biennial, Centro de la Imagen, México D.F.
• 2014, The depth of the surface, XVI Photography Biennial, MASIN Sinaloa Art Museum, México.
• 2014, Carla Fernandez: The Barefoot Designer, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, MA, USA.
• 2014, Cut, Paste, Repair: A Hundred Years of Collage, Sicardi Gallery, Houston, TX, USA.
• 2014, The will of the stone. Exhibition Programa Bancomer-MACG Arte Actual, Carrillo Gil Art Museum, México D.F.
• 2013, Panorámica. Landscapes 2013 – 1969, Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts, México D.F.
• 2012, Official Myths, La Curtiduría, Oaxaca, México.
• 2012, I want the Universe, CECUT, Tijuana, México.
• 2012, Pabellón Ramires, Neter, México D.F.
• 2010, Hecho en casa, Museum of Modern Art, México D.F.
• 2009, Resilience, Cervantes Institute, official program of Festival Photoespaña 2009, Madrid, Spain.
• 2008, Citamblers: Journey to the mexican megalopolis, DAZ Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, Berlín,Germany.
• 2006, Artfest – 2o International Contemporary Art Contest, World Trade Center, México D.F.
• 2005, The Flood – Second International Biennial of Architecture, Rotterdam, Holland.
• 2004 XI Photography Biennial, Centro de la Imagen, México D.F.


• 2016, XVII Photography Biennial, Centro de la Imagen, México.
• 2015, Residency at Beta Local, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
• Selection, IV AAMEC Argentine Contemporary Photography Prize, Caraffa Museum, Córdoba, Argentina.
• 2014, Honorable Mention, XVI Photography Biennial, Centro de la Imagen, México.
• 2014, Itinerant Seminar Coordinator, Beta Local, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
• 2012-14, Grant from BBVA Bancomer – Carrillo Gil Art Museum Young Artist´ Program, México
• 2013, Residency at ISCP International Studio and Curatorial Program, supported by FONCA.
• 2010, Residency Prize, Regards Croises, Bretagne, France.
• 2009, Honorable Mention, Tequila Centenario Prize for emerging artists, Zona MACO Art Fair.
• 2009, Discovery Selection, PhotoEspaña, Spain.
• 2008, 2nd Place, 2nd Fahrenheit Prize for Contemporary Photo, México.
• 2006, Artfest Selection, 2nd International Contemporary Art Contest, World Trade Center, México.
• 2004, Selection, XI Photography Biennial, Centro de la Imagen, México.


• Museum of Modern Art, México.
• Centro de la Imagen, México.
• CIAC Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection.
• MUAC UNAM Collection.


• 2015, La Loma Del Orto, Self-published Edition.
• 2014, XXXXXXXXXX, Editorial Neter.
• 2014, Collective Poem Revolution, Post at MoMA.
• 2013, Razzia, Editorial Malaletra, digital book created in collaboration with Abraham Cruzvillegas and Nuria Montiel• 2012, Pabellón Ramires, editorial project published with support of PAC Patronato de Arte Contemporáneo.
• 2009, The Last Heroes of The Peninsula, in collaboration with Victor Mendiola, Editorial RM, México.
• 2006, Domingos, ESPIAS Collection, Editorial Diamantina, México.