Miguel Harte (1961) was born in the city of Buenos Aires. He was formed with Pablo Suárez.
In 1981 he moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where he began his career exhibiting in different spaces and at the same time he began to exhibit at Buenos Aires.
In 1988 he returned to Argentina. Between 1989 and 2001, together with Pablo Suárez and Marcelo Pombo, they carried out four exhibitions altogether. His first exhibition was in Ruth Benzacar gallery in 1998 and in 2003 he exhibits in the National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires with a selection of 15 years of work. Miguel Harte participated in individual and collective exhibitions in different galleries and in nationally and internationally institutions.
His work is included in private and public collections such as the National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires (MNBA), Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires (MAMBA), Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario (MACRO), Blanton Museum of Art (USA) among others.
He obtains the third prize of the National Salon in 2017, Great prize of the Bicentennial of the Independence in 2016, a Konex of Platino in 2012; the First Andreani Foundation Award in 2011; First Klemm Prize in 2008; Forta- bat Prize for Sculpture in 1999, among many others.
He currently lives and works in Buenos Aires.
Polyester resin with fiberglass, epoxy putty, bilayer paint, lamps,
92 x 60 x 42 cm.
ydishe mame, 1988,
acrylic paint, polystyrene cover with fabric, with inclusions,
165 x 155 cm x 23 cm.