Competition: Latin America & Caribbean
Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
Andrea Juan works with photography, digital video, graphic art, and installations. Since 2004 she has carried out performances and video installations in Antarctica based on scientist investigations related to climate changes; her Guggenheim Fellowship supports this work. In 2007 she received the Canadian Studies Faculties Research Program grant.
She also obtained UNESCO Awards (France), National Fund of Arts, and Antorchas Foundation grants. She received as well major awards from the Konex Foundation, Argentine Association of Critics, National Museum of Fine Arts, International Critics Association, and National Academy of Fine Arts, among others.
Her latest solo exhibition were at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York; Candiani Cultural Center, Mestre Venice, Italy; Francis Greenburger Collection, New York; Tigre Art Museum, Buenos Aires; Praxis International Art New York Miami and Buenos Aires; National Museum of Natural Science, Buenos Aires, RAM Foundation, Rotterdam, Holland ; Museum of Latin American Art, Buenos Aires; Telefonica Foundation, Buenos Aires; University of West of England, Bristol, UK; Vauxhall Centre, London; U.K.; National Fund of Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Juttner Gallery, Vienna, Austria and Presse Papier Centre, Quebec, Canada.
She curated the Polar South, Art in Antarctica exhibition at the Museum of the National University of Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires, as well as the Antarctica Project (2006) and Getting Over (2004).
Since 1990 she has exhibited very extensively worldwide. The following is a small sampling of the venues that have featured her work: Ear to the Earth Festival, New York; 1st Contemporary Art Biennial of the End of the World, Ushuaia, Argentina; 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art; M21-The Museum of 21st Century Art, Gansevoort South, Miami; 9th La Havana International Biennial, Cuba; R3 Gallery,Quebec University; Art Chicago; International Biennial Rotterdam; Art Toronto; International Graphic Triennial, Tallin; International Young Art, Sotheby’s Amsterdam; Flatgalleries, Chicago; International Young Art, Mars Gallery, Moscow; International Biennial, Ljubljana; The Genia Schrieber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv; National Art Gallery of Seoul; El Aleph video gallery, Rome; International Media Art Biennial, Wroclaw; The Millenium Art Collection, The Hague; Space 21Gallery, Tokyo; and the London Royal Academy.