Born in Rosario, Santa Fe, in 1961.
Her first approach to art was through her grandfather, Demetrio Antoniadis, a Greek landscapist who died in 1965.
She studied Professor of Painting at the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón, Buenos Aires.
She served as Titular Professor of Painting in the last year of the career at the School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón and also at the University of Buenos Aires, where she became Adjunct Professor at Andrea Salzman´s Fashion and Textile Design chair. Since 1985 she has been part of national and international collective exhibitions. In 1987 she became a member of Grupo de la X. She made her first solo exhibition at Altos de Sarmiento Gallery, Buenos Aires. Thereupon, she started to develop many solo exhibitions, like one she made at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires (1990).
By 1986 she won a Silver Medal at Salón Nacional de Artes Plásticas. In addition, she received a Scholarship from Fondo Nacional de Las Artes (1999) and another two from Antorchas Foundation (1989 and 1999). Among the awards she received are: Silver Medal, Centro de Arte y Comunicación; Honorable Mention, Fortabat Foundation; First Prize, Federico Klemm Foundation; Leonardo Prize, National Museum
of Fine Arts, 2003; Mention Prize, Ibero-American Painting Competition and Second Prize, Central Bank, in 2011. In 2006 she launched her book-catalogue, Domus Referencial, together with an anthological exhibition at Centro Cultura Recoleta. In 2008 and 2011 she made solo exhibitions at ArtConsult Gallery, Panama, and Jugendstill at Del Infinito Gallery, an exhibition dedicated to Modernism.
Her works are part of national and foreign collections.
She lives and works in Buenos Aires.