Silvina Ibañez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  In 1996 she obtained a Teachers Degree from the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredon, in Argentina. In 2003, she got a University Degree in Visual Arts specializing in Painting- at the I.U.N.A. In 2011 she obtained the Master Degree in Visual Arts at the San Carlos Academy of the UNAM, in Mexico City. During 2004 and 2005, she participated in the workshop of Luis Felipe Noé and in 2004 and  Guillermo Roux.  From 1996 until 2006, she teached painting to adults and children in her studio in Buenos Aires. 

 

Silvina has developed many individual exhibitions, in Argentina at: The Telecommunications Museum (1998), Salta Catholic University (2000), Alicia Brandy Gallery (2003), Forma Gallery (2005),  Metropolitan Museum of Art (2005). In Netherlands Antilles, at the Lanhuis Bloemhof Museum (2008). In Mexico City at:   Traeguer & Pinto Contemporary Art Gallery (2011 and 2016). Miguel Hidalgo Gallery, Individual exhibition (2013). She also has participated in collective exhibitions at: San Carlos Academy (2010); "Ser o no Sur" Jose Luis Cuevas Museum (2013) Museum of the City Queretaro (2014).  Casa Redonda de Chihuahua Museum (2015), Museum of Modern Art of Tamaulipas. (2015)  Museum of Contemporary Art Carrillo Gil. Mexico (2015). 

She received special comissions from important companies such as Pfizer Mexico (2009) AM Best Latinamerica (2014) 

 

 Recent Acknowledgments:

 

2017                   Administrative Court of Justice – Mexico City

2017                   ARTAC – AIAP UNESCO - VI Regional Art Festival– Guanajuato - Mexico

2017                   Fine Arts Circle– Mexico City

2011                   National Polytechnic Institute. Mexico City

2010                   San Carlos Academy – Mexico City

2010                   Kopalli Public Art Foundation – Mexico City

1998                   Telecommunication Museum - Buenos Aires - Argentina

                  

 

Her work can be found in private collections in the Netherlands Antilles, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Holland,  Mexico and in Public Collections in Mexico.