Esculturas y Fotografías

1990-2020

Edition by Emiliano Miliyo and Esteban Pagés.

Images selected in 2020 from the analogic films (35 mm y Super 8) presented at the exhibition Esculturas y Fotografías (see documentation) by Carlos Subosky, Emiliano Miliyo, Esteban Pagés y Máximo Lutz in 1990.

46 inkjet prints on Hahnemühle® Photo Rag UltraSmoth® paper, 315 gms. (100% Cotton Linters – Archival, acid & lignin free.), made with Canon ImagePrograf iPF9400 printer + documentation.

Edition of 5 signed and numbered portfolios + 2 AP

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EMILIANO MILIYO, b. 1970, Buenos Aires

He lives and works in Buenos Aires. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano Arts Academy. His first exhibitions—in the late eighties as part of the Mariscos en tu Calypso art collective—were held at venues like Cemento discotheque, Medio Mundo Varieté theater, the Centro Cultural Recoleta, and the Centro Cultural San Martín. In the nineties, solo, group, and juried shows featuring his work took place at the Fundación Banco Patricios, the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, the Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, the Espacio Giesso, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, the Centro de Arte y Comunicación, among other venues. Outstanding solo shows in the 2000s include Afectación (2003) and Inefable (2010), both at Ruth Benzacar gallery, and Obras 2001/2010 at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. More recent shows and works include Espacio desplegado (Tecnópolis, 2012), Ausencia visible (AMIA, 2013), Displayed (Pinta, 2013), and Reloj (Pasteur subway station, Buenos Aires, 2015). He is the founder and director of Cosmorama and Estudio Hwyl. He directed the Laboratorio de Experimentación Artistica (LEA) at the Faena Arts Center in 2012.

For further information: www.emilianomiliyo.com

Emiliano Miliyo en Galería Nora Fisch

ESTEBAN PAGÉS, b. 1971, Buenos Aires

He has lived in Geneva since 1995. He studied art, first at Manuel Belgrano Art Academy (1984–1990) and then at the École Supérieure d’Art Visuel of Geneva under Stanley Brown (1995-2000), and philosophy at the Universidad de Buenos Aires (1991–1994). He has been awarded distinctions from the Fondation Kiefer Hablitzel (2000) and the Fonds cantonal de décoration et d’art visuel (2001). From 2007 to 2011, he worked in the Harald Szeemann archive in Maggia, Ticino. He has exhibited at the Fondation Suisse/architecte Le Corbusier in Paris and the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. In Buenos Aires in the late eighties, he began producing work as part of art collectives, participating in exhibitions with them at the José Ingenieros library, Cemento discotheque, and Medio Mundo Varieté theater. He participated in the first Bienal de Arte Joven (1989). Shows featuring his work have been held at the Centro Cultural Recoleta, the Centro Cultural Rojas gallery, the Espacio Giesso, the Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, and other venues. In the early nineties, his work was largely exhibited at the Julia Lublin gallery.

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