Argentine photographer, Mariano Brizzola Mio, was recently selected as one of nine local photographers who will participate in a group exhibition at the ALRIO mixed use complex in Buenos Aires. For more information, visit ALRIO’s website (www.alrio.com.ar) For more information on Mariano’s work, visit his website (www.flickr.com/photos/marianomio).
About Mariano Brizzola Mio
Mariano Brizzola Mio lives and works in Buenos Aires where he studied Visual Arts at the IUNA (Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte / National Universitary Art Institute). He continued his education with Eduardo Gil and then participated in the artists’ workshops coordinated by Fabiana Barreda, Raúl Flores and Máximo Jacoby. He has obtained Mentions and Awards at the National Salon of Visual Arts (2009) and the photographic competition organized by Banco Ciudad (2007). He has taken part in several group photography exhibits at local galleries such as Belleza y Felicidad, Tanto Deseo / Apetite (2006), Meridión Arte Contemporáneo (2008) and Ángel Guido Art Project. His work has been included in museums and festivals such as Museo Sívori (2008) and the International Photo Festival of Porto Alegre (2009). Two years ago, Brizzola began doing solo exhibitions at Centro Cultural Recoleta. Currently, his show titled Pluscuamperfecto hangs at Studio 488 Gallery, located on the first floor of Patio del Liceo.