|Born in 1963, lives and works in Buenos-Aires.
Guadalupe Neves was born in Paraná (Entre Ríos, Argentina) in 1963. Multimedia artist and performer. She studied Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature, University of Buenos Aires, and got her degree in Arts at the Manuel Belgrano School and Prilidiano Pueyrredon Art School
In 2003, she completed her Bachelor´s degree in Arts at the National University Institute of Arts (IUNA). She holds a position as an associate professor in the department of Visual Language V to VII in the career of Visual Arts at IUNA and Morphology II of the career of Graphic Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires.
As a tenured professor, she teaches Sonovisual Structures I and II in the Bachelor of Electronic Arts of the National University of Tres de Febrero and of Twentieth Century Art of Latest Trends in Contemporary Art and Contemporary Aesthetic II in the careers of Visual Arts and Art History at the University of Museo Social Argentino.
In 1990 she started her activity as a performer and in 1992 shewas a co-founder of Almarmada group and became a member of it (1990-2000). Together with this group she has carried out performances in galleries and museums in Argentina and Mexico. Since 2000, she has been investigating on her own.
She has participated in national exhibitions in the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, the General San Martín Cultural Center, the Recoleta Cultural Center, the Perlotti Museum and the National University Institute of Arts, among others. She has been invited to international exhibitions in the Ex Teresa Museum, in Mexico, In Transit, First International Festival of Performance in the Southern Cone, Animal Gallery in Chile, La Bas Festival in Finland, Nippaf Japan, and several events in Uruguay and Argentina.
She has participated in the organization of several national and international festivals such as the First International Festival of Performance in the Southern Cone, In Transit, in the Japanese-Argentine exchange of Performance, in the 6 + 6 = 7 event, in the City of Buenos Aires-Quilmes exchange and in Mutations, a Tribute to Alfredo Portillo.