|Other works of the artist|
|"El viajero" (The Traveler)|
Title: "El viajero" (The Traveler)
Site: Domenech Station
Liliana Porter was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1941, and since 1964, resides in New York City. Her artwork includes prints, drawings, collages, works on canvas, photography, installations, film and video, which has been presented in numerous solo exhibitions around the US and abroad many international collective expositions. Porter’s works has been also represented in Museums such as: The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Museo de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, as well as in many private collections. In 1994 she completed a permanent public artwork for the MTA: four terracotta mosaic murals that are installed in the New York subway system on the 50th St. Station, lines 1-9.
Liliana received numerous prizes and grants including the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1980 and three NYFA Visual Art grants. Several international Art Galleries represent her work. In New York, she is represented by Annina Nosei Gallery, in Texas, by the Sicardi Gallery, in by the California Hosfelt Gallery, in Buenos Aires, Galeria Ruth Benzacar, in Madrid Espacio Minimo and in Sao Paolo by Galeria Brito-Cimino.
She works as an Art professor at Queens College, CUNY.