ABOUT DIEGO CIRULLI
Bariloche, province of Río Negro 1981.
Bachelor of Visual Arts at the National University Institute of Art, with his thesis "21 105 significance and re-significance of the Memory Spaces".
He has attended workshops of José Rueda, Brothers Villagran and José Marchi. Seminars of Eduardo Molinari and Clinic of work of Diana Aizemberg and Gabriel Baggio. In 2006, he opened the “Kalós” art workshop, where he teaches drawing and painting. In 2017 it was renamed Taller ONNDO, in the company of Mauro Koliva and Alejandro Lieonelli. He has made individual and collective shows in Argentina and different parts of the world, Brazil, Uruguay, Spain, France, Bosnia, Germany, Dominican Republic and Japan. BC gallery in Berlin and 104galerie in Tokyo show their work.
He has been featured and received awards in various competitions in Argentina and abroad. Since 2005, he has been part of the set-up workshop of the Teatro Colón. He has designed and performed scenographies for independent theater and dance companies. In 2006 he was invited to the 6th América do Sul Corumbá Festival in Brazil.
He participated in an artistic residence at the Altos de Chavón School of Design in the Dominican Republic in 2012.
He published in 2013 the book 21 105 Significance and Re-significance of the Memory Spaces.
In 2017 the book Diego Cirulli 2012-2016, work catalog.
His works are in national and international private collections.