Within her work, Catalina Chervin (b. 1953, Argentina) depicts what the human mind intuits rather than what the eyes see—replacing empirical knowledge with subconscious feeling. Chervin studied at the Escuela Nacional Superior Ernesto de la Cárcova in Buenos Aires, and worked with the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in New York City. She has received numerous fellowships, including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship (2004 and 2015); the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Fellowship (2010); and the Fondo Nacional de las Artes Fellowship (Argentina, 2001). In 2015 she was a Visiting Scholar at New York University.
- Portrait II, 2006-17
- Song 1 (Portfolio Canto), 2010
- Song 2 (Portfolio Canto), 2010
- Untitled XVI, 2011
- Fingerprint, 2012
- Untitled XIX, 2012
- Written Landscapes IV, 2015-19
- Untitled II, Written Landscapes Series, 2017-19
- UNTITLED V, Street Art Series , 2018-19
- Untitled II (Small Ink-Marks Series), 2018-19
- Untitled III (Small Ink-Marks Series), 2019
Catalina Chervin: Catharsis22 Apr - 11 Jun 2021A highly skilled and imaginative draftswoman, Catalina Chervin’s practice is characterized by a unique style of mark-making that is oftentimes worked and re-worked over a number of years. The final...
Atmósferas y Entropía – Catalina ChervinMuseo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires 6 Mar - 3 May 2020Catalina Chervin Atmósferas y Entropía