Argentine artist who began painting when still a child. At 13, he held his first one-man show at the Lirolay Gallery in Buenos Aires and, in 1978, he won first prize for drawing at the Argentine Hebrew Society Salon. In the 80s, in addition to the numerous trips he made throughout Europe, his style received general recognition. There are various references to literature, to the theatre and theatre direction. Combinations of visual signs with extensive pictorial spaces reflect the dramatic tone of his work as a theatre director. In 1987, he began including city maps and plans of apartments in his creations, as a means of showing the parallel between the private and the public.