Location: Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Javier Bernasconi, Argentinian sculptor and navigator, was born in Buenos Aires on November 10, 1975. During his childhood and adolescence, he attended the workshops of renowned visual artists such as Hernán Dompé. Ricardo Roux. Remo Bianchedi. Julián Altabe among others. He graduated from the National School of Fine Arts Manuel Belgrano. Then he followed the extracurricular workshops in wrought iron and stone sculpture at the Ernesto de la Cárcova School of Fine Arts.
Primer sculpture award.
Throughout his career, he received important distinctions such as the Primer sculpture award. The National Visual Arts Show (2010). Also, a mention in sculpture at the Municipal Hall of Plastic Arts Manuel Belgrano.
His work takes the physical and material structure of the human being. Through the combination of the natural and the artificial, taking him to the level of a fragmented image. Generate deconstruction in the construction itself, transport it into a whole.