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Buenos Aires, Argentina


Carla Grunauer, Piedras, latas y tortugas, 2021, painting, 140 x 120 cm

Courtesy: Piedras

PIEDRAS is an art gallery located in the city of Buenos Aires, on the fourth floor of an iconic early 20th-century building. The gallery represents a group of artists who, with a personal view, explore the peripheries, flaws and interstices of the great dominant discourses.

Being critical actors in every context, their artists often explore gender issues, the question of what it means to inhabit a body today, the critique of neoliberal economies and the performative power of fiction in everyday life.

The gallery’s programme includes individual and collective exhibitions, performances and ephemeral proposals such as concerts and talks, as well as participation in various international fairs. Every experience is thought of as an open process that promotes the experimental nature of each project.

PIEDRAS began as an artist-run project in 2014 and mutated into a gallery in 2016, presenting itself as an alternative in which professionalism and joy converge and feed off each other, redefining the gallery project as an environment that celebrates gathering and diversity.


Santiago Gasquet, born in 1978, Argentina
Carla Grunauer, born in 1982, Argentina
Teresa Giarcovich, born in 1979, Argentina


Santiago Gasquet
Clara Esborraz
Constanza Giuliani
Carla Grunauer
Teresa Giarcovich
Fátima Pecci Carou
Joaquín Aras
Liv Schulman
Jimena Croceri
Mónica Heller
Carrie Bencardino