Amadeo Anzar born in Mar del Plata, Argentina in 1972 and has been living in Buenos Aires since 2007. He studied film production and photography at the Martín A. Malharro School of Visual Arts from 1996 to 2001. He continued his education by participating in scholarships sponsored by the Antorchas Foundation (2000-2002) and the National Fund for the Arts (2017). In 2019, he received the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. He participated in the Open Session Program at the Drawing Center in New York in 2015 and The Fountainhead Residency in Miami in 2014.

He co-founded MOTP, an exhibition space that operated in Mar del Plata from 2001 to 2006. During this time, more than 30 exhibitions were held, and he managed projects in Buenos Aires and Rosario, as well as workshops, concerts, and visual research meetings.

In 2013, he created TBF Project, a fusion of experimental music, imagery, and video, together with Nicolás Vázquez. In 2017, Mariano Benavente joined the project.

Over the past ten years, he has presented his work individually and participated in numerous group exhibitions in galleries and institutional spaces in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, England, Belgium, Hungary, Spain, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, and the United States. He received the Second Prize for Drawing at the National Salon of Visual Arts in Buenos Aires (2018), the Second Prize from the Federico Jorge Klemm Foundation in Buenos Aires (2016), and the First Mention at the National Salon of Rosario, Juan B. Castagnino Museum, Rosario (2012), among other distinctions.

His work can be found in important public and private collections in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. Notable collections include the Phoenix Art Museum, the Cleveland Clinic in Cincinnati, the Related Group/Pérez Collection in Miami, and the Deutsche Bank Collection in New York, USA, as well as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rosario, the Federico Jorge Klemm Foundation, the National Fund for the Arts, the Supervielle Bank Foundation, and the Banco Nación Foundation in Argentina. He has been featured in publications such as "Poéticas contemporáneas. Itinerarios en las artes visuales en la Argentina de los 90 al 2010" (National Fund for the Arts, 2011), "Trascendencia y descendencia, Colección Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat" (2013), and "Últimas tendencias 2, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires" (2012), among others. In 2022, he presented "La Paciencia es un Campo minado," his first monographic book.

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