Alita Olivari

(b. 1973, Buenos Aires)

She is a graduate of the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón. She attended workshops, seminars and work analysis clinics by Malena Trosolino, Juan Doffo, Diana Aisemberg, Jorge Gumier Maier and Marina De Caro. In 2006 she was selected to participate in the Discussion Workshop at Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, Buenos Aires.

She worked in different plays and plays, as set designer, art director and costume designer, for directors like Santiago Loza and Anahí Berneri.

Since the end of the 90s she has participated in group exhibitions and has presented individual exhibitions in the galleries that represented her, Daniel Abate and Teresa Anchorena, and with them at arteBA and international fairs. In 2018 she participated with the OM contemporary art gallery at Pinta Miami 2018.

Among her latest participations in group exhibitions are: Ciclo explorando: Carletti – Olivari, curated by Verónica Gomez, Colección Fortabat, 2019; Mito, espectáculo y futuro, Centro Cultural Recoleta, 2019; El camino de ella curated by Cristina Schiavi, Pasaje 17, 2019; Lo que queda del daño, Museo Histórico Provincial Dr. Julio Marc, Rosario, 2018, Curator Juan Laxagueborde; Formas de Violencia, CCK, 2017.

Her work is part of private collections in Argentina, Chile, Mexico and the United States.

She lives and works in Buenos Aires.