Lucas Di Pascuale
Artist, born in Córdoba in 1968, graduated from the School
of Art at Tucumán National University in 1998.
In 2001 and 2002 participated in workshops dealing with work analysis
organized by Fundación Antorchas in Córdoba. In 2002
he joined TRAMA's workshop Tucumán 2002.
He authored the following art projects: "Los hijos de Vincet",
in collaboration with artists Bredeston and Der Hairabedián,
exhibited in September 2001 at Martorelli Gasser Art Gallery, Córdoba;
"H31, Libro-objeto", based on his own idea and design
and prologued by Ana Longoni, 1999-2001.
H.I.J.O.S, a bi-dimensional installation curated by Laura Batkis
was shown at Córdoba's Goethe Institut in 2000.
In 1998 he designed "Asamblea permanente", a work submitted
to a contest aimed to pay homage to the disappeared and murdered
by state terrorism in Argentina. The work was not accepted. That
same year, he exhibited "molesta arlt", sculptures and
drawings at the Univerity Art Gallery and at Abasto Gallery, and
"Homenajes", a project tutored by Patricia Avila, at
the Chateau Carreras Museum of Contemporary Art.
He has been conferred several honours in his province.