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|Installation|Sculpture|Video Art|Photography|Gastronomy|

Former shoe factory, the space is spread over two floors accessed by stairs with open and shared workshops. Courtyard and kitchen. Currently, a café operates to the street from Monday to Friday.

The atelier is directed by Celina Baldasarre

Buenos Aires 1975, she is an architect and professor at FADU UBA. She has trained in painting, drawing, and engraving workshops with Eduardo Stupía, Nahuel Vecino, Delfina Estrada, Hernán Salamanco, and in various art clinics with Sergio Bazán, Alejandra Roux, Fabiana Barreda, and Silvia Gurfein. Since 2014, she has been a part of the Viento Dorado collective alongside Mili Poy and Ornella Pocetti. She has exhibited her works in Buenos Aires, Mérida (Venezuela), Barcelona, Madrid, and New York. In 2017, she founded Taller Yeruá, an interdisciplinary artistic production platform, providing physical space for different artists to produce and exchange knowledge.

The artists Carolina Cuervo, Mariana Poggio, Rocío Perillo and Guillermo Mena are residents in the atelier.


Carolina Cuervo, born in Godoy Cruz, Mendoza, in 1986, holds a degree in Painting from the National University of Córdoba (UNC) and a postgraduate degree in Cultural Management and Administration from the same university. She earned a Master's degree in Visual Arts Curation from the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF). Since 2012, she has been working at the Art Space of the OSDE Foundation, focusing on curating, management, and exhibition production.

Mariana Poggio, born in Buenos Aires in 1974, is a visual artist with experience in art direction. She received training in visual arts, allowing her to work in projects related to industrial design and photography. Currently, she works as a photographer at the Secretariat of Culture of the Nation in areas related to museums.

Rocío Perillo, born in Buenos Aires in 1992, studied Visual Arts with a focus on painting at the National University of the Arts. She participated in workshops and artwork clinics with Gabriel Baggio (2017-2020), Pablo Siquier (2018), Silvia Gurfein (2019), and Leila Tschopp (2020). Currently, she is part of the Artist Program at the Di Tella University (2023). In 2017, she performed "Escrito para grabar y desgrabar" at the exhibition "Tres Videos" featuring works by Ana Gallardo, Fabian Nonino, and Jimena Brescia at Galería PANAL 361.

Guillermo Mena, born in Los Cóndores, Córdoba, in 1986, is a Visual Arts Technician from the Libero Pierini School of Fine Arts in Río Cuarto and a Graphic Designer from the University Siglo 21 in Córdoba. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums, with notable displays at the Emilio Caraffa Museum in Córdoba, Gachi Prieto Gallery in Buenos Aires, Jewett Gallery in Wellesley, United States, and Aussenwelt Gallery in Montreal, Canada. He has participated in international artistic residencies, including Banff Center in Canada, SIM Residency in Reykjavik, Iceland, EAC Montevideo in Uruguay, and Amanei in Sicily, Italy. Concurrently, he works on international film projects as an animator and animation director. Currently, he works and resides in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Painting / Drawing / Installation / Site Specific / Sculpture / Video Art / Sound Art / Photography / Textile / Gastronomy.

Materials and Tools:


Work tables, easels, chairs, and stools. Walls suitable for hanging canvases and painting. Common recreational spaces. Supplies storage. Basic tools, hammers, pliers, screwdrivers, various stationery materials.

Operating hours and days:


Monday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm.

* Atelier's keys available for the artists.

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