Alicia Herrero

Alicia Herrero (Buenos Aires, 1954) works with various media such as installation, sculpture, objects, drawing, painting, printing, video, and performance. Her projects explore technologies related to language, economics, law, gender studies, and colonialism.

She received The National Award for Artistic Career 2021; the First Prize Winner Premio Fundación Fortabat 2019 and the First Prix New Media and Installations 103rd SNAV 2014, among others.

Herrero has participated in the I BienalSur, Buenos Aires; the 8th Mercosul Biennial of Porto Alegre; the 10th Art Biennial of Bogota; the 4th Internationella Konstbiennal, Göteborgs; the 1st End of the World Biennial, Ushuaia; and the 5th La Habana Biennial, La Habana.

She has given workshops and lectures in various institutions and organizations: CCRojas /UBA; Cittadellarte/ Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella; Postgrado en Artes Visuales Contemporáneas, Scola Guignard /Minas Gerais Universidad Estatal; ACF-NYC and Eyebeam - Art + Technology Center, New York; Medialab Prado and El Ranchito Matadero, Madrid, between others.

Her work is part of public collections such as Museo Reina Sofía, Spain; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes MNBA, Museo de Arte Moderno MAMBA; Museo de Arte Latinoamericano, MALBA; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo MACRO, Argentina; Centro Arte Contemporáneo Mendes, Centro Wilfredo Lam, Cuba; among others.

She lives and works in Buenos Aires.