Claudio Caldini (b. 1952, Buenos Aires, Argentina) studied at the Centro Experimental del Instituto Nacional de Cinematografía, Buenos Aires (1971) and studied Modern and Audio-perceptive Dance in São Salvador da Bahía (1978) and São Paulo, Brazil ( 1982). He was the film and video curator at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1998-2004). He undertook an artist residency at the Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown, Scotland, UK (2005) and was a Visiting Artist at LIFT Liason of Independent Film Makers of Toronto, Canada (2015). Awards include the Premio Leonardo, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (1997); Beca de la Fundación Antorchas (1998); the Gran Premio at the III Festival Franco-Latinoamericano de Video Arte for his work Heliografía (1994); and the Primer Premioat the Primera Semana del Cine Experimental, Madrid, Spain, for his work El devenir de las piedras (1991).
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