Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires
Bruno has a Bachelor of Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires, graduating with a thesis entitled Experience and Myth on Walter Benjamin’s Aesthetic Theory. He pursued postgraduate studies at the Centro de Estudios de Arquitectura Contemporánea, Torcuato Di Tella University. His research interests include modern and contemporary aesthetics and, more specifically, the intersections between art, technology and urban culture. He has worked on local and international exhibitions (including by artists such as Jenny Holzer, Sol LeWitt, Dan Flavin and Anselm Kiefer) and edited their correspondent catalogues at Fundación Proa. He is Associate Researcher at the Centro de Investigaciones Filosóficas and has been editor of the Boletín de Estética (2004-2011) of that institution. He was Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture and Urban Studies, UTDT (2010-2015) and has lectured in several national universities. He currently serves as digital content editor at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires, and regularly writes for various specialized publications.
Fernando Bruno analiza la relación entre pintura y escritura en la obra de la artista argentina Mirtha Dermisache a finales de los sesenta y setenta, examinando el modo particular en que ésta se articula con algunas tendencias del arte argentino de la época.
Fernando Bruno analyzes the particular relationship between painting and writing in the work of Argentine artist Mirtha Dermisache, examining the specific ways in which it contrasts with some of the most significant artistic tendencies at the end of the sixties and seventies in Argentina.
Going beyond the context of modern Brazil and its experimental art scene, this essay traces a wide genealogy for his body of work, from local traditions such as samba to European intellectual figures such as Friedrich Nietzsche.