Guadalupe Miles

Guadalupe Miles, 1971. Argentina.

He currently resides in Buenos Aires and Salta. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally since 1998. He studied Social Communication and Arts at UBA and Sculpture at the Massanna School, School of Applied Arts and Design in Barcelona. Participated in the aesthetic photographic Workshops coordinated by Eduardo Gil. He attended the workshops of the Antorchas Foundation in northwest Argentina, coordinated by Tulio de Sagastizabal and Pablo Siquier, Eduardo Medici and Res. Participated in the Workshop “Cultural Management and Fundraising for Cultural Managers” (Trama), the workshop led by Thomas Demand of artists (Malba), Jury of the National Salon of Photography Argentina in 2016, was invited and panelist in the 6th meeting of the Global South Biennial, Casa de la Independencia, Tucumán and was part of the FLUZ project in Quito, Ecuador. Promotes and develops the interdisciplinary project “The Intermediate Creature” with the artist Claudia Fontes, in Salta, her work deepening the dialogue with different cultural actors of the Aboriginal communities of Chaco. Communication and creation that favor the resurgence of collective knowledge in danger of extinction and for the exchange of significant transcultural experiences. It carries out the communication and development of cultural and educational projects that contribute to the strengthening of the Iowaja and Wichí del Chaco communities in Salta, Argentina, with national and international dissemination. He has collaborated in the main media of Argentina and in different cultural editions. It is part of the project “Monte”, Studies and Residency of Artists in Buenos Aires. Since 2001, he manages and promotes activities for the development of the visual arts and photography in northwestern Argentina. She is the director of “Jaguar Visual Arts,” self-management projects and cultural development. Promotes the project “Our Wisdom” (2006/2016), developed with the support of AECID, the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and the Salta Culture Secretariat, dedicated to the diffusion and recovery of indigenous languages ​​and culture in Chaco Salteño. Participates in the project “Centro Cultural Tewok”, responsible for the area of ​​collaboration and development, management activities in the Wichi community in Santa Victoria Este, Salta. His work is part of the public collections of the National Museum of Fine Arts, MALBA Collection, National Arts Fund, Tres de Febrero National University, ArteBA Collection, Casa Bicentenario Collection, Castagnino-Macro Museum (Rosario), MEC – O Cerros Jujuy), MAC – Museum of Contemporary Art (Salta) and in private collections in Argentina, Peru, Italy, the United States, England and France.