Liliana Golubinsky

Liliana Golubinsky | El juego de los errores

Liliana Golubinsky

El juego de los errores, 2015

Mixed media on linen

120 x 120 cm

Galería Kreisler

Madrid, España



Liliana Golubinsky

Buenos Aires (Argentina), 1954

Liliana Golubinsky was trained at the Augusto Bolognini Academy of Fine Arts, and at the Prilidiano Pueyrredón School of Fine Arts. She has been distinguished with more than forty national and international awards. Her work was exhibited in numerous individual and group exhibitions, in important galleries, museums and institutions in Argentina and abroad. In her work seem past experiences, silhouettes of multiple characters of reality or dream, all in the superposition of planes. Her sketches of daily comic strips, characterized by their vivid and direct strokes, speak to us of a way of understanding the painting that takes as a reference the real world and that seeks within the own life the creative inspiration.

Artist's works

Liliana Golubinsky | Mi aguita

Liliana Golubinsky

Mi aguita, 2011

Marcador sobre lienzo

190 x 200 cm

Liliana Golubinsky | Casa rodante

Liliana Golubinsky

Casa rodante, 2015

Tecnica mixta sobree lino

120 x 120 cm

Featured works

Juan Fielitz | Desnudo I

Juan Fielitz

Desnudo I, 2018

Papel Hahnemühle

120 x 74 cm

Lino Lago | Fake Abstract (F. Boucher)

Lino Lago

Fake Abstract (F. Boucher), 2019

Oil on fabric

160 x 150 cm


Manuela Eichner | Googly Eyes

Manuela Eichner

Googly Eyes, 2018

Collage sobre madera

60 x 45 cm


Diego Benéitez | Sobre lo primario

Diego Benéitez

Sobre lo primario, 2018

Mixed media on board

80 x 80 cm


João Carlos Galvão | Relieve verde

João Carlos Galvão

Relieve verde, 2018

Relieve en madera con parte lacada

60 x 60 cm

José Ramón Lozano | Sin Título(I)

José Ramón Lozano

Sin Título(I), 2018

Acrylic on fabric

195 x 195 cm


Guim Tió Zarraluki | Campament

Guim Tió Zarraluki

Campament, 2017

Oil on linen

130 x 195 cm

Lantomo | Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa


Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa, 2016

Grafito y pastel sobre papel encolado a madera

73 x 50 cm


Kepa Garraza | Felipe IV

Kepa Garraza

Felipe IV, 2016

Pastel sobre papel

200 x 140 x 2 cm