Marcolina Dipierro’s works draw compositions that ref or remit some formal aspects of modern architecture and design in combination and contrast with diverse forms and materialities. At present, its aesthetic search, in the form of sculptural or joint installations, is based largely on the investigation of functionalism and the fusion of the artistic and the decorative into a total art that has so radically elevated the Bauhaus to our contemporaneity.
She was born in Chivilcoy, Buenos Aires, Argentina, obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the National School of Fine Arts "Prilidiano Pueyrredón". In 2001 he made his first solo exhibition Siluetaje in Sonoridad Amarilla and since then she has participated in different art fairs, collective and individual exhibitions, both nationally and internationally.
Among her recent solo exhibitions are, in 2010, "En Planograf "Galería Zavaleta Lab, in 2011, performs "En ángulo", Recoleta Cultural Center; 2012 "En cuadro", in the Gallery Jorge Mara La Ruche; on February 2014, "Circle" at Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery, Miami, FL. USA, and on August of the same year "Interrupted Line", Sayago & Pardon Collection, Harris Center for the Arts, Folsom, CA, USA. In 2015, it presents its last individual exhibition titled "In triangle", in the Del Paseo Gallery, Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Some of the last participations in collective exhibitions were, in 2010 "RAM", Fundación PROA, Bs.As, Argentina; "Subtropical Affairs Agency", (EAC), Montevideo, Uruguay, in 2012; In 2014 "Dirty Geometry", Mana Contemporary, Miami, FL, USA, "The theater of painting", MAMBA, and "Cromophobia" MACBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2016 she participates with 3 bodies of works in "EPSILON, Abstracciones Descentradas", MACBA, Bs. Argentina, and is part of "The thought and the matter", Cartuja de San Jacobo (Certosa di San Giacomo), Capri. Italy. She has received the Prize for the Cultural Equality Contest in 2013; The Scholarship for the creation of the National Fund for the Arts in 2015 and in 2016 is awarded the Lucio Fontana Scholarship.
In 2017 she is selected to participate in the International Biennial of Contemporary Art in South America.
Her works are part of private and public collections, among them, CastagninoMACRO de Rosario-Santa Fe, Argentina, Collection Supervielle Bank, Argentina, Collection MAMBA, Buenos Aires -Argentina, Collection MACBA, Buenos Aires - Argentina, Sayago & Pardon, Los Angeles, USA.
At age 40, she lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.