Graciela Hasper

(Buenos Aires,1966)

She attended several workshops at Diana Aisenberg’s studio (1988-1991) and the Beca Kuitca-Fundación Antorchas residency program (1991-1993). She participated at the residences Art Omi, New York (1997); Apex Art (with a grant from Fulbright-Fondo Nacional de las Artes), New York (2000); Chinati Foundation, Marfa (2002) and The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Residency, Italy (2005).

A selection of site-specific installations include: Collins Park, Miami Beach (2019); Estación Catalinas Metro/Subway of Buenos Aires (2019); Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (2017); Faena Forum, Miami (2016); Notas de Luz, Usina del Arte, Buenos Aires (2016) and Project Row Houses, Houston (2003).

Hasper had solo shows in New York, Houston, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Miami, Marseille and Texas. En 2013 the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires presented the retrospective of her work Gramática del Color, curated by Victoria Noorthoorn.

Hasper participated in numerous group exhibitions, such as: Tácticas luminosas. Artistas mujeres en torno a la galería del Rojas, Museo Fortabat, Buenos Aires (2019); Encofrados, MACBA, Buenos Aires (2017); Recovering Beauty, Blanton Museum, Austin (2011); and Beginning with a Bang!, Americas Society, New York (2007).

Her work is part of different collections, such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Argentina; Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires; Museum Fine Arts Houston; Malba Fundación Constantini, Buenos Aires; Museo Castagnino, Rosario; Museo Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Madrid; Philadelphia Art Museum; Banco Supervielle, Buenos Aires; Francis J. Greenburger, Nueva York, New York; Deutsche Bank, New York; and Oceana Collection, Key Biscayne, among others.