Nora Fisch

Fernanda Laguna


Fernanda Laguna (1972) is one of the most influential Argentine artists of her generation. In 2000 she founded Belleza y Felicidad, a project that was a watershed moment for local art. Since 2003 she has carried on a social practice in a marginalized community. She has shown extensively, published poetry and novels and created several art spaces. She is currently exhibiting at ICA, Richmond, VA. Her work is in the collections of Guggenheim Museum NY; LACMA; Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, among others.


Her work is intersected by several themes: erotic desire expressed from a woman’s standpoint; the spontaneous and the irrational; appropriation of local popular handcrafts and iconography; an interest in precarious, everyday materials yet at the same time in classic vernacular modernist painterly traditions such as geometric abstraction or metaphysical painting; feminism; a concern about social inequalities, and above all, an immediacy of expression of her subjectivity.

Fernanda Laguna
Title: Escribiendo una carta
Medium: Acrylic paint and collage on canvas
Year: 2017
Dimensions: 30 x 20 cm - 11.8 x 7.9 in
Price: US$ 7,000.00
Wall reference
2.5 x 4m / 98.4 x 157 in

Other works of Nora Fisch

Other galleries

Diana Saravia Gallery
Crudo Arte Contemporáneo
Artium Luz Barros
Personnart Escritório de Arte
Escribiendo una carta