Beatriz Brangi's paintings in "Looking at the Music" and
Guillermo Losano's sculptures in "Scrap Music" are presented in two seperate exhibitions at the MARIA ELENA KRAVETZ Art Gallery in Cordoba, Argentina from March 14 - April 7, 2007. BEATRIZ BRANGI graduated from School of Fine Arts Jose Figueroa Alcorta and is currently a drawing and painting teacher.
Guillermo Losano graduated from the Faculty of Chemical Sciences, University of Córdoba, with the title of BS in Physical-Chemistry(1979).
Beaatriz Brangi was a student of Farina; José De Monte, Infante. She has participated in exhibitions since 1962, being a part of 100 collective exhibitions in Argentina. The artist has presented more than 25 individual exhibitions. In 1973 Brangi was selected and invited to the Surrealism Hall in the Latin American Art Gallery of Bs. As. 1978: she was also selected for participation in the Biennial Exhibition of Plastic Values of the Interior and in the same year invitated by Emilio Caraffa Museum to the Cordobese Artists exhibition, Cordoba House, Buenos Aires. She has not participated in Art Halls since 1992. Beatriz Brangi's work is in private collections in Argentina, Israel, USA and Spain.
Alfredo Tersaga said about Beatriz Brangi's first individual exhibition:
"Few vocations appear from their beginning with such a strength as this one, shown by Beatriz Brangi through the language of painting. She owns an ability for synthesis that is only revealed in very mature spirits or in those filled with a true poetic reality…she so spreads an acute suggestive ability”
Since 1973, Guillermo Losano began as a self-taught sculptor using carved wood. He participated in many different collective art exhibitions in Córdoba and Buenos Aires. Losano furthered his studies of sculpture at the Mario Rosso's workshop “La Cúpula” (1999/2004).
Guillermo Losano has been included in more than 20 exhibitions (solo show and collectives) in Praxis, Mek, Artis, Josefina Cangiano Art Galleries; Latin American Art Museum, Buffo Museum, Mujica Lainez Museum; Blas Pascal University, Associated Plastic of Córdoba (APAC), Magistrate Association, Notary Public Association, etc.
Losano has been awared several prizes in sculpture: first prize Cordoba Olympics of University professionals (1983); first prize, C. Amuchastegui Luque Foundation, II International Sculpture Gallery, Carlos Paz city (2002);first prize in sculpture, V Tango Gallery, Tango.Ar, Buenos Aires(2002); first mention prize Artempresa, Córdoba (2004); selected in Associated Plastic Artists (APAC, 2002), Vicente Lopez Culture House (2004), Cordoba Cultural Guide (2006).
Guillermo Losano's artwork “Water the Drop of Life” by UNESCO-IHE (Institute for Water Education), to be housed at their Partnership in Delft, Netherlands was aquired in 2004.
Losano's artworks are in private collections in Argentina, Spain, USA, Netherlands, and Brazil