An Argentinian artist and architect, Ignacio de Lucca’s work takes the form of lush, colorful watercolors showing the tangles of flora, fauna and abstract color. Often depicting the surrounding countryside of his home province of Misiones, Argentina, de Lucca captures “natural phenomena” with a nod to the traditions of art history. In 1997 de Lucca participated in the Antorchas Foundation Program “New Painters from NEA”, in Misiones. In 2004 he was selected to participate in the Paintings Edge Program with the artists in Idyllwild, California.
De Lucca’s solo exhibitions include Praxis, New York, Machete Gallery, Mexico City, Galería Palatina, Buenos Aires, Oficina Proyectista Gallery, Buenos Aires, Borges Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, and Misiones Cultural Center, Posadas, Misiones. Group exhibitions include FNA- National Fund for the Arts, Buenos Aires, Juan Yaparí Museum, Posadas, Misiones, Schlifka Molina Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2010 Klemm Prize, Buenos Aires, Chez Vautier Gallery Buenos Aires, MIA (Miami International Art) & Palm Beach Art Fair, Florida, Mediomundo, Museum Night, Buenos Aires, Paintings Edge, Idyllwild, California, USA and the Contemporary Museum of Art, Misiones National University, Posadas.