I was born in August 1963 in Buenos Aires. I am self-taught.
At school, I drew the best pictures and scored the most goals. I never studied, except for Geography which fascinated me; during all other classes, I drew dashboards, audio systems and football stadiums.
When I finished high school, I worked at my father's business selling home appliances, but when I turned 25 I could no longer stand it and started drawing. The highlights of my career are: 3 solo exhibits at Galería Ruth Benzacar (2007, 2010, 2014); 3 books published by Editorial Mansalva (2012, 2014, 2017); a mural for Fundación PROA (2005); 17 pieces in the series lusismo, for the exhibit Superyo at MALBA (2004); a solo exhibit at Galería Braga Menendez-Schuster (2001); an exhibit-installation and the publication of the book ''Estado de Boarding Pass'' at Espacio Duplus (2000).
I live and work in the city of Buenos Aires.
Lolo y Lauti (Buenos Aires - Argentina, 1980 and 1986 respectively)
Artistic duo created in 2011, dedicated to performance, video and opera. Their works focus on research, appropriation, adaptation and daily behavior, and are based on collaboration, finding in others the answers they would not find alone.
Their work has been showcased in museums, festivals and galleries in the United States, Germany, Spain, Italy, the UK, Austria, Greece, Belgium, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay and Panama. Highlights of their career include directing the opera Perfect Lives (Teatro Colón, 2016), Carmen (MAC, Panamá, 2018) and Laguna Matata (UV, 2018).