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Argentine born sculptor, Vivianne Duchini has created more than 400 pieces that were exhibited in more than 40 collective and 10 solo exhibitions. She maintains the legacy of the great classic traditions going from Greece to the Renaissance, in the execution of the lost wax bronze casting and chiselling technique, giving her pieces various patinas, sometimes darker, sometimes lighter.

Since 1994 the energy of her sculptures has led her to create monumental pieces that can be seen today in different public spaces and in private collections.

Vivianne Duchini arrived in April 2015 at the Museum of Decorative Arts in order to exhibit her monumental "Pegasus", which marked a milestone in her career.

She continued experimenting with this technique until she reached a more impressionistic finish in her pieces. In May 2017 in New York she presented her new creation at the exhibition “Equus Vitae” and, a year later, she challenged herself with a new animal, a feline, the Puma (mountain cat) where she achieves that completion.

In 2019, she worked on a piece for Óbuda-Békásmegyer, District III of Budapest. This was the result of an international competition organized by the Mayor of Óbuda together with the Argentine Embassy. The pieces submitted were evaluated by a professional jury that chose the equestrian sculpture proposed by Vivianne Duchini.

Exhibitions:

2020

Museo Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernández Blanco, Buenos Aires Argentina

2019

Realización y emplazamiento de la escultura de Janos Czetz, Budapest, Hungría.

2018

Emplazamiento del Puma Estancia La Bodeguita, Salta, Argentina.

Sculpting Nature: A Talk by Argentine sculptor Duchini, Universidad de Vermont EEUU.

2017

Equus Vitae, Waccabuc, New York, EEUU.

2016

Emplazamiento de Yegua con Potrillo (Bajo la luna ) Rotonda de Av. Marquez y Rolón, San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2015

Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo 

Emplazamiento de Pegasus, Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2013

Colección Alvear de Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2012

Garde Republicaine Paris, Francia.

Abierto de Polo, Galería Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Tropilla del hotel Four Seasons, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2011

Colección Alvear de Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Criollo del Bicentenario, Sociedad  Rural, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2010

Residencia de la Embajada Argentina en Santiago, Chile.

2009

Colección Alvear de Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

2008

Colección Alvear de Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

2007

Colección Alvear de Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

2004

Museo Metropolitano, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Cowdray Park Polo, Londres, Inglaterra. 

2003

Galería Palatina, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2001

Galería Palatina, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2000

Galería Arroyo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Galería Frank Sabin, Londres, Inglaterra.

1999

Asociación Criadores Argentinos de Sangre pura de Carrera, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1998

Galería de Arte del Club Hípico Argentino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.