Cristina Ruiz Guiñazú studied fine art at the National University of Córdoba, and at the School of Interior Architecture, Argentina. After her studies, Ruiz Guiñazú worked in Antonio Seguí’s Paris workshop and at the Cabrera workshop, Buenos Aires.
In addition to participation in over fifty international group shows, select solo exhibits include:
Galerie Popy Arvani, Paris, 2019;
Embassy of the Argentine Republic, London, 2017;
Galerie Argentine, Embassy Argentina Paris, 2016;
Museo Emilio Caraffa, Córdoba, Argentina, 2015;
Museo Franklin Rawson, San Juan, Argentina, 2015;
Espace Julio Gonzalez, Arcueil, France, 2012;
Galerie Popy Arvani, Paris, 2013, 2011 and 2009;
Galería Consorcio de Arte, Buenos Aires, 2007;
Espace Accattone, Paris, 2004;
Recoleta Cultural Center Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2002;
Argentina Gallery, Paris, 2002;
Fondation Argentine Paris, 1998.
Guiñazú regularly exhibits with El Colectivo, an association of Argentinian artists in Paris and held an artist residency at Campo Garzon, Uruguay, 2017-2018. The artist’s work is found in the collections of the Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece, the Franklin Rawson Museum, San Juan, Argentina and the Emilio Caraffa Museum, Córdoba.