Amarillo, rosa y negro II, 2011, Oil on fiberboard, 49⅜ x 23⅝ in. 125,3 x 60 cm., Inés Bancalari
Amarillo, rosa y negro III, 2011, Oil on fiberboard, 49¼ x 23⅝ in. 125 x 60 cm.
Blanco I, 2011, Oil on fiberboard, 49¼ x 23⅝ in. 125 x 60 cm.
Rosa I, 2011, Oil on fiberboard, 47 x 23⅝ in. 119,3 x 60 cm.
Blanco II, 2011, Oil on fiberboard, 49¼ x 23⅝ in. 125 x 60 cm.
Ocre, gris y A, 2007, Collage, 19 x 12¾ in. 48,3 x 32,4 cm.
Gris, ocre y blanco, 2006, Collage, 19¾ x 10 in. 50 x 25,5 cm.
T and R, 2006, Collage, Diameter: 8⅝ in. 21,8 cm.
Rojo, azul y turquesa, 2006, Oil on fiberboard, 9 x 17⅜ in. 23 x 44,1 cm.
Verdes, rojos, rosa y negro II, 2006, Oil on fiberboard, 11⅝ x 19⅛ in. 29,5 x 48,5 cm.
Intersection, 2006, Oil on fiberboard, 27½ x 16⅜ in. 70 x 41 cm.
Rojo y tierras, 2003, Oil on canvas, 39⅜ x 27½ in. 100 x 70 cm.
Cuadrado rojo y verde, 2007, Oil on fiberboard, 27½ x 16⅜ in. 70 x 41,5
Arlequín II, 2006, Oil on fiberboard, 21½ x 5¼ in. 54,5 x 13,3 cm.
Tabla azul, naranja y rojo, 2005, Oil on fiberboard, 17⅜ x 15 in. 44,1 x 38,1 cm.
Barrilete rojo, 2004, Oil on fiberboard, 13¾ x 13¾ in. 35 x 35 cm.
Inés Bancalari's studio, 2007
Inés Bancalari in her Buenos Aires studio, 2007
b. 1946 Buenos Aires, Argentina - lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Drawing inspiration from diverse sources ranging from the stained glass windows of Chartes Cathedral to Andean textiles, Inés Bancalari's artistic background is truly international.
The artist graduated as valedictorian with a professor's degree in painting from the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón in Buenos Aires, and studied under Aurelio Macchi and Luis Barragán. She also worked with Robert Beverly Hale and Frank Mason at the Art Students League in New York. Her extensive travels and experiences have profoundly impacted her approach to art.
Although Bancalari's early works were primarily representational, her career shifted towards abstraction in the 1980s. For almost two decades, the color red dominated her brightly colored geometric canvases and collages, however, in recent years she has begun to work in soft pastels. These new large scale works seem to evoke textiles through their layered planes of superimposed colors.
Artworks by Bancalari have been featured in group and solo exhibitions in the Americas as well as in Europe. In addition to pursuing her own artistic career, for many years Bancalari has also taught art from her studio in Buenos Aires.
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New Paintings & Collages 2004-2007
Gallery exhibition catalogue with essays by José Emilio Burucúa & María Amalia García; Illustrated Chronology, bibliography, English with Spanish text, 30 color plates, 100 pages
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A large, elegant catalogue of a decade of paintings and collages, 1991-2001.
Essays by Nelly Perazzo, Juan Manuel Bonet, Marcos-Ricardo Barnatán, Interview with Cecilia de Torres; Chronology, Bibliography in Spanish with English translation; 47 color plates, 103 pages
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