The Argentinian artist Ernesto Morales was born in 1974 and began his artistic career in Buenos Aires, where he lived until 2006 when he moved to Europe. After an initial period in Paris, he established his studio in Italy, initially in Rome and since 2011 in Turin.
His international artistic career led him to hold exhibitions in museums, galleries and art fairs in different countries, including the United States, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Hungary, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay.
Between 2009 and 2019 he represented the governments of Italy, Argentina and Uruguay with a series of important personal exhibitions held in several museums.
In 2019 the artist participates with one exhibition on the occasion of 58th Venice Biennale.
In 2015 he made the solo show “Traces of memory” in New York at the Consulate General of the Argentine Republic, where he also held the retrospective “Mindscapes” in 2019.
These are several monographic volumes dedicated to his work including: “Memoria dell’impermanenza” (Cuneo – New York, 2019), “Il Tempo della Distanza” (Genova, 2010), “I ponti invisibili” (Singapore, 2014) , “Il giorno come la notte” (Torino, 2015), “Distance” (Milano, 2016), “Aurum” (Milano, 2017).
Education: After intense training in Buenos Aires, in 1999 he obtained the title of Fine Arts Professor and in 2005 a PhD in Visual Arts at the University of Fine Arts. From 1999 to 2006 he has been a Painting Professor as well as Professor of History of Art at the University of Buenos Aires, and held the position of ViceDirector of the Academy of Fine Arts of Lomas de Zamora in Buenos Aires.