Mariela Limerutti Visual Artist, Argentina.

Mariela del Carmen Limerutti

Was born in San Juan, Argentina. Master in Fine Arts "Public Art and new artistic strategies", Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany. In Argentina she has finished her studies in Researching in Visual Art and Art Education at the National University of San Juan.

She has received and developed many scholarships: Residency for Artists, won through an international competition to develop a personal project during July 2013 at Hotel Maria Kapel, a cultural institution in the city of Hoorn, Holland. Also the 3 ° Edition Scholarships Stimulus for Young Artists developed in Peru, organized by the San Juan Foundation Bank and the Museum of Fine Arts Franklin Rawson, 2010. The DAAD Scholarship for postgraduate studies in Germany. She received the Argentinean Grant "Fundación Antorchas" for the development of young artists. Researching Scholarship at National University San Juan in its three categories during 2002-2004, 2004-2006 and 2007-2009. In Spain she received the Interchange scholarship AECI, University Polytechnic of Valencia. She has developed a research fellowship of the Technology and Science Agency from the Argentinean National Government and has also taught courses of Art in Public Spaces in privite and public institutions.

Prizes: She was selected in a public international call for "Stavanger 2008 European capital of Culture". Her personal project and other 6 projects of artists from different countries of the world were developed in the public space of the city. Norway, 2008.
1° Prize Visual Arts 2003, N.U.S.J.
Tornambé Museum Prize in Visual Arts studies 2002 - 2003.
1º Mention "Federal Prize Year 2001", Buenos Aires, Argentina.

She has participated in exhibitions of diverse artistic discourses performed in Argentina, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany and Norway.

Mariela Limerutti´s artistic topics and motives are daily behavior as well as elements like clouds, earth, flowers and water, with whose help she creates a new view manner on the reality. Her works intervene into everyday routines and they are understood as an act of public life, which include mixed social groups and bring to each other in relationship.