Graciela Hasper`s intense concern in geometry and color have led her to be considered one of the most stimulating artists today. Her work recurs to the history of painting and processes, especially modernism and abstraction, but is also influenced by design and music. Whilst her visual repertoire is often borrowed from the modernist canon –colors, grids, framing devices and compositions– the way Hasper undertakes her work is absolutely contemporary in both method and conception. Hasper´s works open up a wide range of formal questions as they deal with rhythm and movement, iteration and difference. From her first body of works, characterized by a joyful and intimate delicacy to her last monumental approaches in public spaces, an overriding characteristic of her work is its vibrant color palette and a keen eye for composition.

Graciela Hasper (b. 1966, Buenos Aires, Argentina) has earned her reputation as one of the most outstanding artists in Argentine painting scene and has set the bar high for future painters. Some of her solo shows are Gramática del Color, 2013, and Nudo de Autopista, 2013, at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires; and Untitled (2003, 2000 and 1997,) Annina Nosei Gallery, New York.   She has also produced site-specific installations in different spots in Buenos Aires and Miami, such as Untitled,2017, Gala Museo de Arte Moderno, Buenos Aires; Untitled,2016, Faena Forum, Miami Beach; Notas de Luz, 2016, Usina del  Arte; Nudo de autopista, 2013, Avenida Nueve de  Julio and Avenida  San Juan, Buenos Aires.