She was born in 1960 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina.

She has a degree in Art from the National University of Rosario. In the early 90s she attended art clinics with Pablo Suárez and Jorge Gumier Maier. Since 1986 she has worked at Manuel Musto School of Arts.

She has presented her work in solo and group exhibitions in numerous cultural spaces in Argentina, such as Castagnino Fine Arts Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario, OSDE Foundation, Cultura Pasajera, Recoleta Cultural Center, Rojas Cultural Center, Borges Cultural Center, Alliance Française Rosario, MUNT, MAC, Diego Obligado Art Gallery, and also abroad, in the Wifredo Lam Center in La Habana, Cuba, and in the Cultural Center of the Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil. She has participated in national and international art fairs, such as Periférica, arteBA, FIA Caracas, Pinta London.

Among the awards received for her work are: Special Mention, National Art Salon of Rosario (1988 and 1996); First Prize, Salon of Artists from Rosario (1989); Improvement Grant, National Arts Fund (1994); Study Grant, Culture Department of Santa Fe Province (1994).

In 1999 her work was selected to integrate the initial collection of contemporary art in Castagnino Fine Arts Museum. It is also part of many private and official collections.

She lives and works in Rosario.

Artist

Eladia Acevedo

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 23 x 23 cm

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 23 x 23 cm

Untitled – Grays (gray + black), 2016 53 x 48 cm

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 58 x 115 cm

Untitled – Plain black 3, 2014 51 x 79 cm

Untitled – Yellow, 2014 59 x 48 cm

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 87 x 66 cm

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 76 x 50 cm

Untitled, 2016 Paper threaded on cardboard 94 x 49 cm

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