Irene Dubrovsky

Visual artist, Argentine-Mexican.

Her work focuses mainly on maps of coded signs , cosmological questions interpreted through contemporary art. She combines the use of alphabetic languages, symbols, and signs with the tradition of textile art to create paintings and installations.

She has presented a large number of exhibitions worldwide, including the Curitiba Biennial in Brazil, the Centre Pere Prune in Barcelona, the Havana Biennial where she presented her installations “North Pole, South Pole,” the Textile Art Museum in London, and the Egypt Palace in Lisbon, where she presented the exhibition “Maps of Alterity.” She has exhibited her work numerous times in Asia over the last decade, in galleries and art fairs in Indonesia, Korea, and Hong Kong, among others.

Irene Dubrovsky also works on creating installations that combine visual and sound pieces, based on maps of the cosmos, using the position of the stars as a musical score. These pieces , “Stars Discs” , have been presented in Contemporary Art centers in Mexico, such as the Alameda Art Laboratory and the Contemporary Cell at the Cloister of Sor Juana, among others.

In recent years, she has collaborated on Art-Science research projects in collaboration with the Institute of Astronomy of the UNAM in Mexico and in Spain. In 2021, she presented “Musical Dream of the Celestial Maps,” in conjunction with the Art-Lab of the Institute of Astrophysics of Santiago de Compostela. In 2022, she presented the exhibition Cosmoloxias commissioned by the Museum of the Cosmos in Tenerife, Spain, and the Visual Opera “Musical Offering” by J.S. Bach at the Carinthian Summer Festival in Austria.

She resides in Mexico City and is a member of the National System of Art Creators.