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Recycled iron, paint, and acrylic

163 x 111 x 11 cm



Manuela Ovalle (Chile) is a renowned artist with a background in architecture and a passion for visual storytelling. Ovalle’s journey has traversed various mediums, leaving an indelible mark on the global art scene.


A graduate of Universidad Finis Terrae, Ovalle's architectural training laid the foundation for her keen eye for design and structure. Further honing her skills, she pursued a Diploma in Lighting from Pontificia Universidad Católica (PUC), expanding her understanding of how light interacts with space and form.


Ovalle's artistic exploration led her to the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City, where she delved into the art of capturing moments through the lens.


While at ICP, spanning Photography I and II courses, she imbued her work with a distinct visual language that seamlessly blends technical precision with dynamic storytelling. She specialized in neon art and her recent focus on repurposing old car parts to construct evocative art pieces.


Ovalle's artistic evolution has been nurtured through her participation in Eugenio Dittborn’s workshop, where she has had the privilege of refining her craft alongside fellow visionaries. Ovalle's artistic prowess has been celebrated through numerous solo and collective exhibitions across the globe. From the bustling streets of Santiago to the prestigious galleries of Milan and Dubai.


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