Alicia Mihai Gazcue

Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Bayer-rorschach. 1971. Carboncillo sobre páginas de un libro de copiar cartas de la compañía Bayer. 27,94 x 22,86 cm.
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Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Cero. 1971. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - a). 1971. Tecnica Mixta. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - al contado-origami. 1971. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Sangre ahora. 1971. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Fin. 1973. Lapiz rojo sobre libro de copiar cartas de la compañía Bayer. 27,94 x 45,72 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Sin ti. 1974. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - No. 1974. Lapicero sobre papel. 27,94 x 22,86 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Porque. 1974. Lapicero sobre papel doblado. 27,94 x 22,86 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Confusion zoologica politica. 1972. Lápiz sobre papel. 17,78 x 24,13 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Confusion zoologica politica II. 1972. Collage sobre papel. 17,78 x 24,13 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Desobediente. 1972 Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Astronomia fugaz. 1989. Carboncillo sobre papel. 48,26 x 66,04 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Sin exito III. 1989. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Sin exito II (Without Success II). 1989. Carboncillo sobre papel. 48,26 x 66,04 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Sin exito I. 1989. Carboncillo sobre papel. 48,26 x 66,04 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Abalorio. 1997. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Suceso II. 1999. Acuarela, pastel y carboncillo sobre papel. 10,79 x 14,6 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Untul. 1999. Acuarela, carboncillo y grasa sobre papel. 12,7 x 13,33 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Guerrero. 1999. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Entre Manos. 2002. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 15,24 x 13,97 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Garra. 2002. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 12,06 x 12,07 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Putere poder. 2005. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 11,43 x 15,24 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Otras negociaciones. 2005. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 10,16 x 9,5 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Ordinea de zi Agenda. 2007. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Transfrontaliera Limitelor. 2007. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 13,33 x 18,41 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Destierro. 2014. Acuarela y carboncillo sobre papel. 7,62 x 6,35 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue - Destierro 2. 2016. Pala de madera y metal, hormigón y mortero. 19,68 x 10,16 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue & Liliana Porter - Untitled. 2007. Acuarela, carboncillo y acrílico sobre papel. 12,7 x 12,7 cm. Alicia Mihai Gazcue & Liliana Porter - Untitled. 2007. Acuarela, carboncillo y acrílico sobre papel. 12,7 x 12,7 cm.

ALICIA MIHAI GAZCUE (Uruguay, 1949). She lives in Bucharest, Romania, since 1980. She studied literature and philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of the Republic in Montevideo, Uruguay. Some of her works have been published in the magazine “Otra Parte” (Argentina, summer 2007-08), in “Point of Contact” (Siracusa 2009), and in “Review, Literature and Arts of the Americas” (New York, 2010) among other publications. Also her work was mentioned in the book “The Next Thing. Art in the Twenty-First Century“, Farleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, Teaneck, USA, edited by Pablo Baler, (” Axonometry of the Future; or Prophecies for the Twenty-First Century “, Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia, 2013 chapter 8). She has also contributed with “The Last Book“, a project by Luis Camnitzer that was exhibited at the National Library in Madrid, at Zentralbibliothek Zürich, in Zürich, and at the National Library in Argentina in 2008. Her work was exhibited in Boston in Barbara Krakow Gallery in 2004 in the show “Strage Loops” and in the Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, in 2008-2009; and in “Black and White” at Hosfelt Gallery in New York in 2010. In 2017-18 she participated in the exhibition “How to read the Pato Pascual“, at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles. In November 2010, the magazine “Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas” number 81, published an interview with the curator Gabriela Rangel, entitled “What you see is not what it is.” Her work also includes performances, such as “Passing Between Them / Passera Mellan Dem” (Lund, Sweden 1974) and “To be precise / să fie precise“, originally presented in Bucharest, Romania in 1979, and recently replaced at the Second Biennial Performances International BP17, in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2017). Her works are present at Perez Art Museum of Miami (PAMM) or ARTIUM Vitoria.