Amalia Pica

  • Amalia Pica describes herself as an outsider, in the sense that she is an Argentine artist living and working in an art world that is still largely dominated by the same nations that colonized the globe centuries ago. But Pica is not the kind of outsider who stands by sullenly and criticizes; she’s more like the quirky character spouting wit and wisdom from the peripheries of the stage. Her works often engage with the idea of being out of place and out of time—staging the aftermath of a celebration rather than the party itself, for example—all the while maintaining an attitude of bemused observation.

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Amalia Pica describes herself as an outsider, in the sense that she is an Argentine artist living and working in an art world that is still largely dominated by the same nations that colonized the globe centuries ago. But Pica is not the kind of outsider who stands by sullenly and criticizes; she’s more like the quirky character spouting wit and wisdom from the peripheries of the stage. Her works often engage with the idea of being out of place and out of time—staging the aftermath of a celebration rather than the party itself, for example—all the while maintaining an attitude of bemused observation.