Andrea Ostera

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Born in Salto Grande, Santa Fe, in 1967.

She attended the General Studies in Photography Program and Alternative Printing Processes course, both at the International Center of Photography, New York. She also attended a Critic and History of Photography workshop coordinated by Juan Travnik. She completed the Fine Arts Master at University of New York.

She made collective and individual exhibitions in museums, cultural centers and national and international galleries, such as Oliva Libros (2015); Ex P.A.C.I.O, Pasaje Pam (2006); FADU´s gallery, University of Buenos Aires (2004);
Photographic gallery at Teatro San Martín (1998-2005); Centro Cultural Rivadavia (1998); Centro Cultural Municipal (1997); Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie (1996); Arte x Arte Gallery (2015); J.B. Castagnino Fine Arts
Museum (1999-2004- 2011-2013); Centro Cultural Recoleta (2012-2013); Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez Museum (2004-2011); Lima Photo 2011 (2011); The World Bank Main Complex (2011); Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario (2010); Osde Foundation (2008-2010); Centro Cultural Parque de España (2009); Espacio Cultural, Embassy of Brazil (2009); Klemm Foundation (2008); Museo de la Memoria (2007); Diario La Capital Museum (2007); Del Infinito Gallery (2006); Zavaleta Lab (2006); National Museum of Fine Arts (2005); Fondo Nacional

de las Artes (2005); MACUNAM (2004); UCONN Gallery (2002); Rosemberg Gallery (2000); MAMBA (1999);

Casa de la Cultura Argentina (1999); Centro Cultural Borges (1999); Ruth Benzacar Gallery (1999); Stedelijk Museum (1998); Bienal De Artes Visuales Del Mercosur (1997) and MNBA (1996). 

Among the distinctions she received are: Merit Diploma, Kónex Foundation (2002); Leonardo Prize; Fulbright-FNA Scholarship (1999); Creation Scholarship, Fondo Nacional de las Artes (1998) and Antorchas Foundation (1997); Mention, Braque Prize (1997); Scholarship, Becas para jóvenes artistas Guillermo Kuitca (1997) an Scholarship, Secretaría de Cultura de Santa Fe. ​Her work is part of several institutional collections, in spaces like National Museum
of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires; Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art; Castagnino+Macro Museum, Rosario, and Museum of Contemporary Art, Bahía Blanca.
​She worked at the Photographic Archive of Museo de la Ciudad and as the curator of the Emerging Photograph Program at Centro de Expresiones Contemporáneas, Rosario.
Now, she is Professor at the School of Fine Arts Manuel Musto and at Ostera-Glusman.

She lives and works in Rosario.

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