Miguel Ronsino

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Ronsino Miguel was born in 1968 in Chivilcoy, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1988 he obtained a scholarship FATLYF and studied at the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón and workshop of Clelia Speroni. From 1989 he began to exhibit in the country and abroad. His works are in public and private collections in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, France, USA, India, England.

Brief review: “In the shadow of the pines imaginary” Galería Isabel Anchorena, Buenos Aires (2012) and Museum of Contemporary Art Raúl Lozza, Alberti – Argentina. -The Persistence of Memories: Selections from the Collection Mosquera, Broward College New Gallery, Florida, USA (2012). – “ArteBa” Galería Isabel Anchorena, Buenos Aires (2003-2012). – “100 Edition National Hall of Visual Arts in Argentina”, Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires. (Mention 2011). – “The Lightning presents: Ronsino + Bordese” Abulafia Books, Buenos Aires (2011). – “Inauguration of the Museum of Visual Arts (MAV)” Mechita, Province of Buenos Aires (2010). – “Parallel Currents: Highlights of the Ricardo Pau-Llosa Collection of Latin American Art”, Snite Museum, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (2010). – “Bizarre, the museum of Lightning”, Bordese-Masoch-Ronsino, Gallery and Museum Masottatorres Lozza, Alberti, Province of Buenos Aires (2010). – “Batch 2”, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires (2010). – “In the corner of the eye” (individual) Farside Gallery, Miami, USA (2008/09). -“The Garden of Earthly Delights and other delicacies” (Bordese & Ronsino), Contemporary Fine Art, Miami, USA / Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires (2007) / Morella Art Gallery, Hollywood, Florida, USA (2008/09). – “Zones Art Fair”, Contemporary Fine Art, Miami, USA (2007). – “The Good, the bad and the ugly: Latin American Art” (Art @ Work), Farside Gallery, Miami, USA (2007). – “The great blunder” (Bordese & Ronsino), Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires (2006). – “Contemporary Latin American Art, Art Auction 2005,” molaa Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, USA (2005). – “Arteamericas”, Coconut Grove Convention Center, Miami, USA (2005). – “Art Miami”, Convention Center, Miami Beach, USA (2001/2004). -“Arte Argentino”, Library Al-Assad, Damascus, Syria, Ankara, Turkey (2002). – “IV Latin American Cultural Market”, Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil (2002). – “10th International Triennial of India”, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi and Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur, India (2001).