Guillermo Mac Loughlin
Painter and Serigraphist, he has chosen the port and industrial landscape of the southern area of Buenos Aires as the main theme of his work.
He began his career in the seventies painting expressionist-style landscapes. After a long decantation process, it resulted in an abstract image in which, however, its origin is recognized.
He has held solo exhibitions in art galleries and official and private cultural centers:
Borges Cultural Center (2005)
Foro de Arte Gallery, Palermo H, (2008)
Municipal Museum of Fine Arts of the city of Luján (2009)
Benito Quinquela Martín Museum (2012)
Argentine Catholic University (2014)
Pablo Cassara Foundation (2016)
Zubart Foundation (2017)
Tigre Art Museum (2017)
He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in official spaces, museums, and private galleries. He is a member of the “Divergent Poetics” collective, with whom he held exhibitions at the Timoteo Eduardo Navarro Provincial Museum, San Miguel de Tucuman (2014), Espacio Colegiales Gallery (2015), Sívori Museum (2016), MACLA, La Plata, Museo Municipal de Bellas Tandil Arts (2016) and Cultural Center of Cooperation, Buenos Aires (2018).
His work has been selected in official and private venues, among which we can mention: SAAP Salons (Third Prize and Mention), "Benito Quinquela Martín" Festival Festival of Color, Quinquela Martín Museum, Municipal de Lomas de Zamora, Sacred Art Biennial, "Find You" Hall at the Andreani Foundation (First Prize), Municipal Hall of Avellaneda (Honorable Council of Deliberative Prize), Infinity Hall, Municipal of Vicente López, Municipal "Manuel Belgrano" of the City of Buenos Aires, painting and engraving sections (Mention), Hall of the University of Morón, National Hall of Visual Arts, painting and engraving sections, Archès Engraving Contest (First Prize).
As a serigraphist, he has produced since 1978 editions of the most important artists in Argentina. Currently, he publishes his own works and those of other contemporary Argentine artists that are offered to the public with the editorial stamp “Ediciones Ribera Sur”.