Statement: Her work develops her reflections about the woman, in particular her sexual identity, reflections which she expresses in the series of oils She, Venus, Woman and Nymphs. As well as her colourful landscapes always relate the path as a subject, a way towards or from somewhere; landscapes always in temporary and emotional movement.
She enjoys a great natural power in her graphology, both in the line of her drawings and in the brushstroke of her oils; proposing through this means images that come out the linen impregnated with interior light.
In all these years she has centered on the creative work and hasn’t dedicated efforts to its diffusion , which she know tries to achieve.
Vita / Lebenslauf: Bibiana Ulanosky was born in Argentina in 1950.
Since very young she has been involved in creative activity.
1963/68 First in clay modeling, attending classes in the School of Ceramics Vazquez Malaga in Buenos Aires; learning the technology of the enamels and oxids, both in objects of daily use and in sculpture. In these years she took part in several collective exhibitions of works in ceramics; one of these in the Wildenstein Art Gallery in Buenos Aires, 1966/67.
1968/1975 She studied Architecture in the University of Buenos Aires, graduating in 1975. Simultaneously she attended the workshop of Leo Vinci\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s making sculpture and drawing and modeling the human figure from natural models.
In these years she took part in several collective exhibitions, and was interviewed as young plastic artist in a TV cultural program , where she showed her work.
1976 Due to the mournful events happened in Argentina she moves her residence to Madrid, Spain. City where she lives in up to now.
1976/1980 She has worked in sculpture at her own workshop, making compatible this practice with her work in offices of Architecture and being present at the workshops of drawing human figure form natural models in the Circle of Fine arts of Madrid. She has taken part in collective exhibitions with her sculptural work organized by Caja Madrid, and the Architects Association of Madrid.
She participates in 1986/87 in the Workshops of Current Art in the Circle of Fine Arts: courses of painting for professionals given by Albert Rafols Casamada, Pablo Palazuelo and Antonio Saura. In spite of the fact that her artistic work had developed in sculpture she was admitted to these workshops due to the strength of her artistic proposal.
She has taken part in diverse collective exhibitions in the Circle of Fine arts, in Cultural Rooms of different Town Halls, in the Foundation Mapfre and in the Students Residence Virgin of Africa.
Since the 90s, her work centres on painting and the drawing parallel to her practice as architect in her own office.