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Lucia Warck-Meister holds an MFA from UNA University of the Arts, Buenos Aires. Her works have been exhibited at the DUMBO Arts Festival, New York, Palm Beach International Biennial, Florida; Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Bellevue, WA, Museo del Barrio, New York; New York LatinAmerican Triennial, NYC; Katonah Museum of Art, NY; Museum of the Americas, Washington DC; Griffiss Sculpture Park, Rome, NY; Miura Museum of Art, Matsuyama City, Japan; Briggens Museum, Bergen, Norway, Deutsche Bank Foundation, New York; Piedmont Biennial, Torino, Italy; National Endowment for the Arts, Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, MAT Tigre Art Museum, Buenos Aires; MUMBAT, Tandil; Timoteo Navarro Museum, Tucumán, Argentina.

She is the recipient of the following awards: National Endowment for the Arts Grant 2019; SACO6, Antofagasta, Chile 2017; 2014, Ibermuseum Prize; 2009 Pollock-Krasner Fellowship, New York; 2007 Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome, Italy; in 2006 she won the First Prize at the Biennial of Sculpture in Public Spaces, Palm Beach, Florida. Lucia has been an artist in residence at Oolite, Miami;  TransborderArt, Governors Island, NY; Sculpture Space, Utica; School of Visual Arts: Public Art Residency, New York; CAMAC, Marnay-Sur-Seine, France; Immigrants Mentoring Program – New York Foundation for the Arts, NY; ISLA, Antofgasta, Chile.

Griffiss Sculpture Garden, Rome, NY


Awards and Residencies

2023   TransborderArt Residency, Governors Island, NY

2022   Arte en Red Award, Casa America, Madrid, Spain

2020  The Bakehouse, Miami, FL, (selected for studio residency)

2019   National Endowment for the Arts Travel Grant, Buenos Aires

2017   SACO6 Contemporary Art Award, Antofagasta, CL

2017   ISLA, Antofagasta, Chile, ( Artist Residency

2016   Oolite, Miami, FL (Artist Residency)

2014   Ibermuseums Award, for Museums and Education

2010   Public Art Program  (commission), City Hall, Summit, NJ,

2009   Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, NY

2009   Artist’s Fellowship Inc.

2009   Public Art / Summit, NJ, finalist

2008   camac, Marnay-sur-Seine, France  (Artist Residency)

2008   NYFA Mentoring Program  (Artist Residency), New York, NY

2007    American Academy in Rome, (Artist Residency), Rome, IT

2007    Sculpture Space, Utica, NY  (Artist Residency)

2006    Palm Beach Biennale – First Prize for installation The Birth of Venus, Palm Beach, FL       

2006    MTA Arts For Transit, Finalist for 231st Street Station –Broadway Line, Bronx, NY

2005    School of Visual Arts, Public Art Residency, New York, NY

1999    Creativity Award,  National Endowment for the Arts, Buenos Aires

1999    Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Art Foundation, Buenos Aires

1998    Deutsche Bank Art Foundation Award, Buenos Aires

1996    Telefónica de Argentina Award, Buenos Aires 

Solo Exhibitions

2022     Rescued Fragments from an underwater poem, The CAMP Gallery, Miami, FL

2021      Works on Paper, The Camp Gallery, Miami, FL

2019      Artemisia, Point of Contact Gallery, Syracuse University, NY

2018      L’Alquimista, MUMBAT, Tandil, Prov. de Buenos Aires

2015      LILA Gallery, Buenos Aires

2011       Summit Public Art Program, site-specific installation for City Hall, Summit, NJ

2009    Sherezade, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY, sponsored by Two Trees Management

2008    CAMAC, Marnay-sur-Seine, France

2007     Pan American Projects, Miami, FL

2007     ArtInBeach - Nextel, organized by artinlobby, Buenos Aires         

2006    Sara Zanin Gallery, Rome

2005    Haim Chanin Fine Arts, New York, NY                                                      

2004    Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY

2003    Pending, Haim Chanin Fine Arts, New York, NY

            Flight, 55 Washington St, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY

2001     National Endowment for the Arts Gallery, Buenos Aires

            Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Miami, FL

1999    Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Buenos Aires

1998    Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires


Group Exhibitions

2024     SHINRABANSO, Yant Art Space, New York, NY

2023     Ice Cream Social, Port Chester, NY 

             Transplants, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY

             Public Spaces, The Clemente Cultural Center, New York, NY

2022    NYLAAT - New York Latin American Triennial, Abya Yala, New York, NY

             El camino de las trenzas, The Clemente Cultural Center, New York, NY

             Arte en red Award, Casa de América, Madrid

             For Women by a Woman, The CAMP Gallery, Miami, FL

2021     Cladogram, Katonah Museum of Art Biennial, NY   

             May the Glass be with You, Barcelona (curated by David Hierro) 

             National Award, Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires 

             Manuel Belgrano Award, Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires

             Arte en red, Casa de América, Madrid

            CCC Korean Cultural Center, Buenos Aires (curated by Cecilia Medina)

             CAAT -Center for Textile Art Argentina -La Casona de los Olivera  - Buenos Aires

     SLa  Argentine Art Auction / Charity Sale AMIA, PanAmerican Art Projects, Miami, FL

2020    BAAEX, Buenos Aires Art Experience Festival, Hipodromo de Palermo, Buenos Aires

2019     Vanishing Points, CCE Miami, Spanish Cultural Center, Miami, FL

            Textile Experiences Festival V Edition, Buenos Aires

            UNNE Award, Northeast University, Resistencia, Chaco

            XLVII Salon Nacional Museo MUMBAT Tandil, Buenos Aires

            Cefiro Photography Award, Buenos Aires

2018    Materia Prima, Museo MAR, Mar del Plata, Prov. de Buenos Aires

2017     SACO6, Semana de Arte Contemporaneo, Antofagasta, Chile

             ALMA, Asociación Médica Argentina, Buenos Aires

             Black Friday Art, Galería Cecilia Caballero, Buenos Aires

2016    Salon del Bicentenario, Timoteo Navarro  Museum, Tucuman, Argentina       

            EFEMERIDES, Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires

            Salón de Arte Sacro, MUMBAT, Tandil, Argentina

2015    Sólo Tu Sombra  -video and installation, Cassará Foundation, Buenos Aires

2014    Qué ven los que no ven?, Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires

            Doble Juego, Botanical Garden, Buenos Aires

            Biennale del Piamonte, Argentine Artists at Live In, Palermo, Buenos Aires

2013     Argentine Photography, PanAmerican Art Projects, Miami, FL

             BAM on TOUR 2013 CONTEMPORARY PHOTOBOX, Torino, IT                      

             Ultraleve, Open Bay, Mar del Plata, Argentina

2012    Festival Internacional de Arte y Cultura Antártica, Museo de Arte de Tigre

             Video Sinmurallas. Cádiz

             Regionø Festival Latino de Videoarte Centro de Iniciativas Culturales), Sevilla

             Video Festival -MARCO. Vigo Museum of Conemporary Art

             Festival de Video CLOSE UP VALLARTA, Cuale Cultural center México

             Regionø Festival Latino de Videoarte, Sala de Arte Contemporáneo del Gobierno de Canarias, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

             Regionø Festival Latino de Videoarte, Instituto Cervantes, Londres

2011    Regionø Festival Latino de Videoarte de Nueva York,, Centro Rey Juan Carlos I, NYU, New York

             4to.Festival Internacional De VideoArte De Camaguey 2011, Camagüey --Cuba

             Recursos de Luz, Video Latinoamericano, JEX - Jardín de las Esculturas, Xalapa, Veracruz, México

             Diez Miradas, Centro de Las Artes, Celaya, Guanajato, México

2010 – 2015  Griffiss Sculpture Garden, Rome, NY

2010   Cuatro Visiones del Bicentenario, Diego Rivera MUral Museum, México D.F.

            DUMBO Arts Festival, High Tide, site-specific performance, Brooklyn, NY

            Waterfall, site-specific installation, 4HEADS, Governor’s Island, NY

            Altered, The Art Gallery, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL 

            Don’t Call Me Pretty: Women in Art, Pan American Art Projects, Miami, FL

            59 Second Video Festival, Spectre Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2009   Making It / 2008 NYFA Mentoring Program for Immigrant Artists, Deutsche Bank, New York

            The Exquisite Corpse, Paul Robeson Galleries - Rutgers University, Newark NJ

            Summit Public Art Project –finalist for a public art project- Summit, NY

2008 – 2010 Griffiss Sculpture Garden, Rome, NY

2008   Haim Chanin Fine Arts, New York

            Zemos 98, Video Festival, Sevilla, SP

            Project 59 Video Festival, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur

            Project 59 Video Festival, Research Laboratory, University of Texas, Austin

2006   Blueroom and Video Projects, American Academy in Rome, IT

            Art Under Glass, Macy’s New York, Windows Project, New York

            Canarias Mediafest, Gran Canaria

            Palm Beach International Sculpture Biennale, The Cultural Campus, Wellington, FL

            MTA Arts For Transit, Finalist for 231st Street Station –Broadway Line, Bronx, NY

            Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition, Bellevue, Washington   

            Black and White Abstractions, Haim Chanin Fine Arts, New York, NY

            The New York Museum of Water, New York, NY

            Invisible Cities (video), Blue Room, Rome

            Architecture of a Dream (video), River’s Edge Film Festival, Paducah, Kentucky

            Hell on Reels, Astoria Moving Picture Festival, NY

            59 Seconds Video Festival, New York, NY

            Plugged In Fest III, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, Maine

2004   Sculpture in Four Dimensions, Museum of the Americas, OEA, Washington DC

            Premio Telefonica, Telefónica Foundation Argentina, Buenos Aires

2003   Summer Reverie, Haim Chanin Fine Arts, NY

            Group Exhibition, Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY

2002   Parsing The Line, The Work Space, New York, NY
           Group Show, Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY

2001   National Endowment for the Arts, “1998-2000 Awards”, Buenos Aires

            Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires

2000    S - Files Biennial, El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY 

            Miura Museum of LatinAmerican Art, Matsuyama City, Japan

            Promo-Arte Gallery, Tokyo

            Nohra Haime Gallery, Visible-Invisible; New York, NY

1999    Kiron Espace, Paris

            Briggens Museum, Bergen

1998    Deutsche Bank Award, Buenos Aires

           Telefónica de Argentina Foundation, Buenos Aires

1997    National Endowment for the Arts Prize, Buenos Aires

1996   Telefónica Foundation Emerging Artists Award, Buenos Aires



ABC Latino Magazine, Year 7, # 3, 2023. Curated by Elisa Pritzker

Mouth of Hell, in collaboration with poet Maria Negroni, Mantis Editores, Mexico, 2009

Reinvenciones de La Voz, Revista TodaVía, Fundación OSDE, Nr. 16, Buenos Aires, 2007

New York Artists Backstage by Michiko Rico Nosé, Graphics HA, Japan, 2006

Exilios Microfisuras Nr 15, Vigo, Spain, 2001



The Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL

Royal Caribbean Art Foundation, Miami, FL

The Martin and Cricket Taplin Collection, Miami, FL

The Marvin and Ruth Sackner Collection, Miami, FL

Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Collection, Buenos Aires

MEIAC –Museo Extremeño  e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporaneo-, Badajoz, Spain

Deutsche Bank Art Foundation

Diego Rivera Mural Museum, DF, Mexico

Fundación Telefonica de Argentina

Private Collections in Argentina, USA, Switzerland, UK, France, and Japan


El camino de las trenzas / The road of braids, The Clemente Cultural Center, New York, 2022 

Artistas Argentinas en el Año Internacional del Vidrio, Consulate of Argentina in New York, May 2022

Silence in three acts, Adriana Kogoi at OdA Gallery, Buenos Aires, September 2021  Silence in three acts_English/Spanish

Right to water, Hilda Marinsalta at Dain Art Space, Buenos Aires, August-September 2021   Right to water

Uncertain Space / Espacio Incierto, Bensignor Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2018

What do they see who see not, Borges Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, 2015. Received the Ibermuseum Prize and declared of Cultural Interest by the Government of the City of Buenos Aires. 

Doble Juego, group exhibition at the Botanical Garden, Buenos Aires, 2014

Urban Interventions III, Celina Chirino, Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires 2014

Urban Interventions II, Barbara Law, Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires 2014

Urban Interventions I, Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires 2013

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