Cecilia Biagini (b. 1967, Buenos Aires Argentina) lives and works in Brooklyn NY since 1998.
Cecilia Biagini's work lies in an abstract model where an intuitive poetic field seeks a path of engagement for ideas to converge. Her work extends through a range of media including painting, sculpture, photography and sound.
In 2020 she created a visual and sound installation with Aimée Niemann, Living Organism, AC Institute NYC
In 2017 Biagini was selected by the New York City Percent for Art Program for a Permanent Public Art commission at the Nuyorican Poets Café in NYC. The same year she was commissioned to make a wall relief sculpture for the Hotel Westin in Detroit. Also in 2017
she created a multimedia installation in collaboration with Dolores Furtado, Ultimate Nature, Clemente Soto Velez, NYC.
Her latest solo exhibitions included: Mente Infinita, Para Vos Norma Mía, (2021) , Azul Ultramar, The National Exemplar, Iowa City, (2021); Agua Viva, Ruiz Healy Art, SA Texas (2019); Unidad de Acción, Galeria Van Riel Buenos Aires Argentina (2018); Marginals Figures, Pentimenti Gallery Philadelphia, PA (2017); Abstract Rationale, Praxis Gallery, NYC (2015); Far Edge, Ruiz Healy Art San Antonio,TX (2013)
Her Work has been included: con(Text) Ruiz Healy Art, NYC, 2020, Bridges & Walls & Bridges, AC Institute, NYC (2019); Cut N Mix, Museo del Barrio, NYC (2015) curated by Rocío Alvarado; Dirty Geometry, Mana New Jersey, curated by Osvaldo Romberg (2014); La Fuerza Débil, Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Curated by Silvia Gurfein, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2015); Geometría Argentina Contemporánea, Curated by Rodrigo Alonso y Constanza Cerullo, MACBA, Buenos Aires (2013).
Her works are included in notable private, public and corporate collections internationally including Toyota Research Institute in Cambridge MA, The University of Texas at San Antonio, The New York Public Library, South Texas Money Management, Alliance Bernstein in New York, The Department of Homeland Security in Washington D.C, The Ministry of Education in Buenos Aires, Argentina and The Museum of Contemporary Art, MACBA in Buenos Aires, Argentina, among others.