From the 2000s onwards, Judi Werthein became a key figure in the Latin American art scene. She focuses her artistic practice on the observation of the construction on individual and collective subject, with a particular interest in the misunderstanding of identities and entities. Understanding them as flexible rather than static or fixed, she articulates meaning through the language of mainstream culture, presenting the stereotypes of Western Culture from an uncanny perspective. Lately, her projects are meant to question the corporatization of culture, partially through an investigation of the boons and pitfalls of the links between art and business.

Judi Werthein´s (b. 1967, Buenos Aires, Argentina) micropolitical vision has spread all over the world. She had solo exhibitions at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut; Art in General, New York; Kunstverein Ruhr, Germany; The Chianti Foundation, Marfa, Texas; The Bronx Museum, Bronx, New York; Philipp Von Rosen Galerie, Cologne, Germany; UIO University of Oslo, Norway. She has also participated in many international events, including the Lyon Biennial 2011; 41st Salón Nacional de Artistas (Cali, Colombia); Manifesta 7 (Bolzano); Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, 2009 (Sweden); Plot09, Creative Time (New York); Bucharest Biennale 4 (Romania); 29th Bienal de Pontevedra (Galicia, Spain), InSite_05 (San Diego/Tijuana); The 7th Biennial of Havana (Cuba), among others.