Represented by Galería Patricia Ready

 

On view: Galería Patricia Ready and Denise Lira-Ratinoff studio visit: denise@deniseliraratinoff.com in Santiago Chile

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exhibition catalog

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Biography

Denise Lira Ratinoff

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ONGOING

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Diario El Mercurio, Sección Artes y Letras
8 de marzo 2021, por Cecilia Valdés Urrutia

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14TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER DENISE LIRA RATINOFF  FROM CHILE​

CONGRATULATIONS on being a Nominee at the 14th Annual International Color Awards

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Nominee in Wildlife | Megaptera novaeangliae 02 from the series Cetaceans

 

6,109 entries were received from 73 countries and your work received a high percentage of votes overall.

Certainly an achievement, well done!


LOS ANGELES, 2021 - Professional photographer Denise Lira Ratinoff of Chile was presented with the 14th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of Wildlife at a prestigious Winners & Nominee Photoshow streamed Saturday,

March 27, 2021.

The live online gala was attended by industry leaders and the photography community from around the globe who logged on to watch the climax of the world's premier event for color photography. 14th Annual  Jury members included captains of the industry from Bonhams, New York; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; The Art Channel, London; Netflix, Los Angeles; Koller Auctions, Zurich; Preus Museum, Norway; Cramer Mitterrand Art Advisory, Geneva; Fila, New York; Calvin Klein, Netherlands; Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg; NBC Universal, New York; Feldbusch Weisner Rudolph Galerie, Berlin; Newsweek, New York; and Ridley Scott Associates/RSA Films, London who honored Color Masters.


INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS is the leading international award honoring excellence in color photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in color photography.

Congratulations once again, we wish you a most successful photography year.

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Conociendo el Océano a través del Arte junto a Denise Lira Ratinoff - PREPARACION

Después de describir algunos puntos vitales para entrar en el mundo del buceo quiero reiterar la importancia de la convicción que uno tiene que tener con el objetivo que desea lograr. El mundo del océano es muy vasto, por eso tenemos que investigar mucho para luego orientar a las personas y transmitir el conocimiento de la belleza, para poder realmente comunicar la importancia de la conservación de este lugar mágico.

https://plasticoceans.org/denise-lira-ratinoff-preparacion/

Getting to know the Ocean through the Arts along with Denise Lira Ratinoff: Preparation

https://plasticoceans.org/denise-lira-ratinoff-preparation/

Abril 28, 2021

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Conociendo el Océano a través del Arte junto a Denise Lira Ratinoff - VIDA

Qué es la vocación? Cuál es el aprendizaje que quiero comunicar? Cómo la vida avanza al estar en un estado de conciencia? Cuál es la reacción que quiero proyectar? Cómo fracciono el día para sentirme viva y no vivir para no existir?

https://plasticoceans.org/denise-lira-ratinoff-vida/

Getting to know the Ocean through the Arts along with Denise Lira Ratinoff: Life

https://plasticoceans.org/denise-lira-ratinoff-life/

Abril 8, 2021

Plastic Oceans


Nuevo Blog

Denise Lira Ratinoff es Embajadora de Plastic Oceans desde 2019 y actualmente está trabajando en un nuevo proyecto llamado AIR(E). En esta serie de blogs, comparte con nosotros cómo experimenta el océano y la vida marina a través de su arte y todos los desafíos personales y técnicos que tiene que superar para capturar el océano y la vida marina de la mejor manera posible.

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REVISTA VELVET - www.velvet.cl 

Cultura | FICHA Denise Lira-Ratinoff

Edición N82 - Octubre - Noviembre 2020

ENTREVISTA por Francisca Olivares (páginas.66-69)

Denise Lira-Ratinoff: AIR(E) una película que hace un llamado a la acción en defensa de nuestro planeta y en especial por la vida del Océano

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© AIR(E)
Actualmente en proceso de Investigación y Pre-Producción
“..... proteger y rescatar para contemplar la variedad de ecosistemas marinos.
Investigación dedicado a retratar a los mamíferos marinos en una visión prístina y
poética, reflejada en un entorno de sonido natural mezclado con la libertad plena de
cada cetáceo alrededor de la Costa Pacíf
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PLASTIC OCEANS
COHERENCIA
Al conocer día a día la riqueza del mundo marino, sus diversos ecosistemas y sobre todo el
cómo conservarlos y luchar por dejar existir sus ciclos naturales sin intervención humana
en ambición a gran escala que lo dañe, se consolida en mí la palabra respeto y una
estimulación constante por observar y aprender de quien nos da la mayor parte del
oxígeno que respiramos: el Océano.
A través del ritmo de diversos ordenes y desordenes naturales, son los procesos cotidianos
de la coherencia del universo marino, lo que hace abrir los sentidos de nuestro cerebro
para realmente incorporar, entender y cuidar desde lo más pequeño de cada especie
marina, base esencial de la cadena perfecta en equilibrio, mágica y a la vez frágil para lograr
sentir la libertad plena en el Océano.
Cuando uno como ser humano decide empezar nuevas miradas, incorporar nuevos
conocimientos, aplicar nuevas experiencias es cuando se amplia la percepción del mundo.
Es desde estos puntos que la teoría de la Neurogénesis nos dice que nacerán nuevas
neuronas y a través de este interés ampliamos la consciencia.
En la magnífica experiencia del buceo, al sentir que el cuerpo viaja a través de las
profundidades submarinas es cuando una completa sensación de libertad viaja
paralelamente en mi interior, reafirmando mi convicción, cada vez más fuerte de mostrar lo
invisible para el mundo terrestre, como sería por ejemplo la contaminación acústica en el
Océano, o ser testigo de un sin fin de plástico que mata lo que nos da la vida.....son
situaciones de terror que tenemos que evitar, para no llegar a caer en extinción también
nosotros los seres humanos.
Ser Embajadora de Plastic Oceans es una misión de gran responsabilidad.
A través de una experiencia inmersiva y la conexión con las personas que visitan cada una
de mis Instalaciones de Arte, es donde transmito ese importante y urgente mensaje, de
como el ser humano es capaz de dañar en extremo la naturaleza, muchas veces
simplemente por satisfacer sus necesidades diarias, por ejemplo con la utilización de
plásticos de un solo uso, sin darnos cuenta estamos matando la vida oceánica. En lo
personal al escuchar ese lamento, inmerso en el canto de cetáceos quienes sufren
cruelmente por cientos de sonares, explosiones submarinas, tráfico marítimo,
atrapamiento en redes y más, ya se ha confirmado que muchas veces se les revientan los
oídos, sangran y en un último viaje terminan varando para morir.
Tenemos que seguir creando consciencia para cuidar lo que hasta ahora a sido invisible y
seguir luchando por hacerlo visible.

Plastic Oceans

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Denise Lira-Ratinoff y el Tiempo
Escrito by Marilú Ortiz de Rozas


“........Ascendió asimismo las cumbres de Atacama, todas cargadas de simbología y leyendas,
para desentrañar sus misterios, el color de su magma detenido en erupciones volcánicas de
Tiempos inmemoriales, pues en el desierto el ayer y el hoy se confunden en la linealidad del
horizonte.”


Una visión de más de una década de trabajo de la Artista Denise Lira-Ratinoff escrito por la
mirada y vivencias en diversas expediciones de Marilú Ortiz de Rozas. Puede leerlo completo
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AWARD - PREMIO

Círculo de Críticos de Arte de Chile


Los mejores exponentes del año 2019 ARTES VISUALES: Exposición Nuevos Medios CRONOMETRO  en Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales - MAVI.


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AGRADECMIENTOS

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Junto a Patricio Aguilar estamos profundamente agradecidos por este reconocimiento. Especialmente gracias al amor y apoyo incondicional de Patricio este proyecto se hizo realidad. Por su creación diaria y sobre todo por su atrevimiento estructural, Ingeniería y precisión escénica.

 

En especial agradecimientos a José Manuel Belmar por la invitación el cual desde un inicio sabía que sería un gran desafío escultórico expuesto en las salas del museo. Gracias por la confianza desde un inicio y sobre todo gracias por creer en mi mirada. Gracias a ti lograste crear mis sueños.

 

A Cecilia Bravo por abrirnos las puertas del museo entregándonos toda la confianza de ingeniería la cual Patricio fue el responsable de hacerlo real. A María Irene Alcalde por estar atenta a cada detalle durante el proceso de desarrollo, puesta en escena y sobre todo por confiar en que esta obra realista de gran envergadura pudiera estar expuesta en el interior de cada sala arquitectónicamente tan prístina. A Ana Sanhueza por colaborar en cada detalle de producción dentro del museo. A Oscar Vargas por el apoyo incondicional en todo momento. A todo el equipo del MAVI que sin ellos esto jamás se habría realizado.

 

Y lo más importante que sin ellos esto tampoco sería posible a todo el equipo de Chiloé Cine que pasamos noches en enteras hasta lograrlo.

 

Camila Ahrendt por enseñarme las profundidades marinas con tanta urgencia. A Christian Crosgrove por hacer del sonido una obra maestra. A Guillermo Feuerhake por trabajar hasta largas horas haciendo el diseño gráfico. A mi familia. Todo el equipo humano involucrado que prefiero lo vean directamente en la página de CRONOMETRO.
 

 

La reflexión de la Instalación CRONOMETRO es un mensaje difícil de aplicar en nuestras vidas cotidianas, nos obliga a tomar consciencia de nuestros actos la cual es una obligación sin fronteras que tenemos que cuidar lo que nos da la vida. Gracias a todos los que hicieron posible esta Instalación CRONOMETRO.

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Instalación UMBRAL
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Bienal de Artes Mediales
Video HD de imágenes cenitales, proyectado sobre 3000 kg de sal sobre un
soporte de 9 x 5 metros | 11’30” | Audio 5.1
“Los cetáceos son mamíferos de sangre caliente, respiran mediante un par de
pulmones, tienen pelo por lo menos en alguna etapa de su ciclo de vida y se
alimentan de leche durante los primeros meses de vida.” {Fundación MERI}

MIX UMBRAL FINAL STEREO - Denise Lira-Ratinoff
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umbral visibiliza lo invisible, abordando la contaminación acústica que
afecta a los cetáceos en el océano. umbral resulta del desplazamiento de un
pedazo de mar al centro de la ciudad, lugar de inicio de un recorrido sensorial que
busca provocar otras miradas al ecosistema marino, espacio insondado,
prácticamente desapercibido.

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REVISTA ENDEMICO

Cultura Creativa | Vida Sustentable | Medioambiente

Edición N5 - Septiembre 2019

ENTREVISTA por Nicole Ellena {pag.08-19}

Denise Lira-Ratinoff: Un viaje hacia los sentidos

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“…….. Denise Lira, expone su último proyecto, invitada

por las Naciones Unidas, en la “Semana mundial de acción por el clima”, en Nueva York.”

Por CECILIA VALDÉS URRUTIA

Muestro y hago tomar conciencia

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BREATHE, A Dialogue with Nature

by Denise Lira-Ratinoff  and Patricio Aguilar

The Nature's Climate Hub - New York September, 2019

This Installation and the making of these products had the technical support from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and collaboration from BHP 

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We are honored to share the latest publications of the installation 
CHRONOMETER at MAVI Museo de Artes Visuales invited by ONE MOMENT ART.

Thank you CHILOE CINE and FOREVER-CHILE for allowing this Installation to be developed and
created a visual and sound impact to the audience.
Especially thanks to Patricio Aguilar for being my companion through
life and creates each dream become real.

 

          2019 CHRONOMETER Selected PRESS

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We are honored to share the latest publication of ARTFORUM on Denise's 
Installation CRONOMETRO at MAVI Museo de Artes Visuales invited by ONE MOMENT ART.


 

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Diario El Mercurio, Sección Cultura
2 de enero 2019, por Daniela Silva Astorga

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Enero 2019, por Elisa Montesinos

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Diario El Mercurio, Sección Artes y Letras
13 de enero 2019, por Waldemar Sommer

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Diario La Tercera, Sección Cultura
11 de enero 2019, por Denisse Espinoza

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Diario Las Ultimas Noticias
3 de enero 2019, por Rodrigo Castillo

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Revista Capital
enero 2019, por Sofía García-Huidobro

CRONOMETRO Revista Capital

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Diario La Segunda
15 de febrero, por Catalina Mena

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Diario La Tercera
19 de febrero 2019, por Denisse Espinoza

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Canal T13, Tele Tarde
8 de febrero 2019, por Mónica Pérez y María Jesús Muñoz

http://www.t13.cl/videos/programas/t13-tarde/revisa-edicion-t13-tarde-este-08-febrero

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RADIOS



Radio Zero. Santiago Adicto, por Rodrigo Guendelman
2 de Enero 2019. Entrevista a Denise Lira-Ratinoff y José Manuel Belmar


https://www.radiozero.cl/podcasts/santiago-adicto-los-detalles-de-cronometro




Radio Zero.La Buena Vida, por María Gracia Subercaseaux
7 de Enero 2019. Entrevista a Denise Lira-Ratinof

https://www.facebook.com/Zero977/videos/276606486361523/




Radio Usach. Cultura Viva, por Daniela Figueroa
7 de Enero 2019. Entrevista a Denise Lira-Ratinoff
Registro en .mp3



Radio Pauta, Un Día Perfecto Arte y Medio Ambiente se unen en CRONOMETRO
28 de Enero 2019. Entrevista a Denise Lira-Ratinoff


https://www.pauta.cl/programas/un-dia-perfecto/arte-y-medio-ambiente-se-unen-en-cronometro-de-denise-lira-ratinoff

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CHRONOMETER Exhibition by Denise Lira-Ratinoff
January 5th. - February 10th., 2019 in galleries 3 thru 6 at the MAVI 
(Museo de Artes Visuales in Santiago, Chile) by One Moment Art

 

CHRONOMETER Installation, Design, Creation and Implementation © Denise Lira-Ratinoff

Design and Organization of the montage © Patricio Aguilar © CHILOE CINE

Production & Virtual Layouts © FOREVER CHILE

Executive Exhibit Director: Jose Manuel Belmar © One Moment Art

CHRONOMETER- MAVI

        One Moment Art

CRONOMETRO - MAVI

      One Moment Art

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CHRONOMETER is a site-specific installation under the One Moment Art 
concept.  It has more than twelve hundred bails of solid waste allocated 
for recycling, assembled from floor to ceiling on a structure of steel 
girders that form an interior corridor for each person who visits the 
exhibit.

CHRONOMETER, an installation made by bails of solid waste, installed 
from floor to ceiling, demarcating a space with only a narrow hallway 
that the spectator visits, a highly reflective steel flooring emulating 
a mirror, feeling the suffocation of the waste that surrounds him. 
Continuing the walk within this labyrinth of waste that surrounds him he 
finds glass that ends the walk through which a photograph of a glacier 
attached to a black wall can be seen.
Under the glacier's photograph there is a digital chronometer that 
indicates the passage of time. The pulse, the constant throb of time. 
The pulse, the constant throb of threat.  All of this being able to hear 
in the environment the striking chant of the whales.

This site-specific installation needs to be felt, experienced and 
contemplated in order to isolate oneself in the silence of the 
architecture, put together by the waste bails, in order to completely 
isolate any noise, so that the sound of the whales can dialogue with the 
inner-self of each human being.
A symphony in devastation.
A sea of images will be exhibited as a viewpoint, where a cascade of 
solid waste falls as a manifestation of the deepest fault in the ocean.
At the highest room the spectator will be able to visualize, feeling the 
elevation of his own body, this great precipice.
The silence of the animals that suffer...how can we stop the 
destruction?
The noise accumulation is completely changing the ecosystem underwater.
The installation creates awareness and educates with information 
regarding oceans, its contamination due to plastic waste and the growing 
threat that this signifies.

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We are honored to share a REVIEW on Denise's latest Installation 
CRONOMETRO at TRIANA Patrimonio Cultural invited by ONE MOMENT ART 
curated by Montserrat Rojas Corradi,Mariagrazia Muscatello and Gerardo 
Chávez-Maza and production Concepto Estudio.
Thank you CHILOE CINE and FOREVER-CHILE for allowing this Installation 
to be possible. Especially thanks to Patricio Aguilar for your unique 
passion and vision through art.
© FOREVER CHILE © CHILOE CINE

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FOREVER CHILE is please to announce the upcoming Art Installation                                                   

C R O N O M E T R O at Triana Patrimonio Urbano.
Development staging by CHILOE CINE / 6 - 9 September 2018 /

Santiago, CHILE.

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Denise's photographs are part of this outstanding Project, a must see 
experience. Please visit Centro Cultural La Moneda until November 13, 
2018 - Santiago, Chile. Thank you Fundacion Meri for this necessary 
awareness of the Oceans

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We are honored to share a Post Exhibition Portfolio after the exhibition Breathe-Respirar at Galeria Patricia Ready in Santiago, Chile.
You will be able to read some scientific texts on climate, glaciers, volcanoes, color.......and more. Also you will see a compilation of press and installation views during the exhibition. Thank you for allowing this to be possible. © FOREVER CHILE © CHILOE CINE

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We are pleased and delighted to announce the recent video produced and directed by RIOLAB from the latest Art Exhibition Breathe-Respirar at Galeria Patricia Ready in Santiago, Chile. more www.riolab.com

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We are honored to share some selected Installation Views from the recent Exhibition Breathe-Respirar at Galeria Patricia Ready in Santiago, Chile. Photograph Copyright © 2008-2014 Denise Lira-Ratinoff.

Installation Views Copyright © 2018 Jorge Brantmayer. Copyright © 2018 Josefina Lopez.

All Rights Reserved. December 6,2017 to January 19,2018. (click the image below to see more).

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Selected exhibition emotions during the show Breathe-Respirar at Galeria Patricia Ready

December 6,2017 to January 19,2018. (click the image below to see some exhibition emotions).

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Crítica de Arte diario El Mercurio - Artes y Letras

por Waldemar Sommer - 8 de Enero 2018

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Entrevista en revista MásDeco, La Tercera
"BREATHE-RESPIRAR" por Soledad García-Huidobro - 9 de Diciembre, 2017

 

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Artículo diario El Mercurio
"Denise Lira, la retratista de una naturaleza amenazada" por Marilú Ortiz de Rozas -           2 de Diciembre 2017

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Artículo diario El Mercurio

"Doce artistas chilenos exponen en Japón" por Daniela Silva Astorga - 16 de Noviembre 2017

Lascar Volcano                D.l-R.

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Revista La Panera 

by Montserrat Rojas Corradi - November 2017

"Trilogía fotográfica de Denise Lira enciende alerta sobre nuestra responsabilidad planetaria"

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Revista Harper's Bazaar

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BREATHE-RESPIRAR WILL BE SHOWING IN THREE COUNTRIES

FOREVER-CHILE is delighted with the news that part of Denise Lira-Ratinoff's trilogy will be showing at the Jica Global Plaza, Tokyo-Japan at the exhibition Waves and Ripples curated by Enrique Rivera, in the Museum of Photography NRW-Forum, at the exhibition Grieger Relaunch, Düsseldorf, Germany and at Galeria Patricia Ready, Santiago, Chile at the exhibition Breathe-Respirar.   

 

"After a decade of production now is the time of sharing with the world. Thank you for this dream built by all of you"

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SHIPPING FROM GERMANY TO CHILE - GALERIA PATRICIA READY, DECEMBER 6TH 2017

 

FOREVER-CHILE is ready with the production BREATHE - RESPIRAR  of the artist Denise Lira-Ratinoff.

"I thank each one of you who has allowed me to present the beauty of latent nature. Especially Patricio Aguilar for his unconditional support.  Grieger for each detail and care for my creation, like a treasure ......

My projects are a collaborative chain with each link blessing each other ...... walking, creating, shooting, printing, mounting, packing, loading, shipping, customs, composing, cataloging, design ...... the honor of sharing with Joaquin's sophisticated way of using mixed media ...... Thanks again to my best companion, my family that always believed in my vision."

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PRODUCING AT THE BEST LABORATORY IN THE WORLD !!!
 
FOREVER-CHILE is proud to produce the next exhibition of the artist Denise Lira-Ratinoff  for her upcoming show at Galeria Patricia Ready in Santiago, Chile next December 6th 2017. 

I am delighted and feel honored to produce my color photography at Grieger, the best laboratory in the world. Thank you from a sunny day in Germany.

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Denise is proud to be part as one of the chilean photographers at a conference on Woman Photographers presented by The National Museum of Woman in the Arts, UBS and Christie's, Santiago, Chile.

 

Denise’s just received a nomination with her photograph ALMA, The Atacama Large Millimeter Array, at the 10th Annual International  Color Award Photography, Worldwide.

 

In 2017, Denise Lira-Ratinoff had a solo exhibition in Switzerland on her trilogy sand ice water.

Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s photography book 16:03:27 is now part of the collection at the libraries of Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art MOMA and International Center of Photography ICP in New York, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, United States, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Bibliothèque Kandinsky, Centre Pompidou in Paris, France and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Chile.


Denise’s received an Honorable Mention at the 9th International Award Honoring Color Photography, with her photograph Atacama Desert from the Trilogy Natural Cycles of Nature, Worldwide

A photograph from Denise’s series Glaciers  was featured at Christie's New York. Christie's Green Auction, the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day a Bid to Save the Earth.

PINTA New York 2009, The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Fair, MBA Lazard Bank bought a photograph of Denise Lira-Ratinoff ́s series Glaciers for its itinerant collection of Latin American Art.

Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s Installation At First Sight II was named "Best Art Event of the Year". Best of Atlanta 2008, United States.

Openmade publishes Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s Photography Book 16:03:27, a 300 copy limited edition book, each copy numbered and signed.
This book explores the concept of time and questions the public awareness of the importance of time through images of glaciers.

Commission for Chilean Government for a Monumental Installation, Santiago, Chile 

 

Awarded Best Young Artist, First Prize, XXI National Competition of Art, Chile

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Entrevista en revista MásDeco, La Tercera

"Sobre la Piel de la Tierra" por Soledad García-Huidobro - 20 de Mayo, 2017

 

 

SAND  ICE  WATER

Galerie am Lindenhof, February - 2017, Zurich Switzerland

 

 

Revista YA, El Mercurio

by Gabriela García - July 2017

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10TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER DENISE LIRA-RATINOFF FROM CHILE

FOREVER-CHILE is proud to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff is delighted with her nomination at the 10th Annual International Color Awards with her photograph, ALMA, from the series ALMA, The Atacama Large Millimeter Array, Atacama Chile .

Excerpt:
“It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the 6,178  entries from 75 countries we received this year. Denise's ALMA, from the series ALMA, Atacama Chile, an exceptional image entered in the Architecture category, represents contemporary color photography at its finest, and we're pleased to present her with the title of Nominee.The best professional photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in color photography.”

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9TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER DENISE LIRA-RATINOFF FROM CHILE

 

FOREVER-CHILE is proud to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff is honored with her Honorable Mention at the 9th Annual International Color Awards with her photograph, atacama desert 166, from the Trilogy Natural Cycles of Nature, Atacama Chile .

THE PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP | THE INTERNATIONAL AWARD HONORING COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY


Openmade is proud to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff is delighted with her nomination at the 5th Annual "Photography Masters Cup" in the Fine Art category with her photograph, ice 24 from the series Glaciers.

 

 

Published by The Armory Show

The 2011 Armory Show | Piers 92 & 94 | March 3-6, 2011
Fresher Content, Notable Sales and Record Attendance
New York, March 14, 2011

The Armory Show on Pier 92 & 94 closed March 6th with a record breaking attendance of nearly 65,000 art lovers. With extraordinary sales and a culmination ...

... Of course, despite a wildly successful modern and contemporary program - the buzz was Armory Focus: Latin America. Sao Paulo based Casa Triângulo reported great sales with artists Sandra Cinto & Marina Palma, with both works going to American and Latin American collectors. Also from Sao Paulo, Baro Gallery’s showing of Ivan Navarro and Felipe Barbosa enticed collectors enough to scoop up works by both artists. Buenos Aires based Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo reported great sales and added that they hope to return next year to add onto their success. Isabel Aninat from Santiago, whose beautiful photographs by Denise Lira-Ratinoff almost all sold as well. Read More

 

 

 

DENISE LIRA-RATINOFF at THE ARMORY SHOW 2011

Openmade invites you to read more about Denise Lira-Ratinoff's recent exhibit in the news.

 

 

 

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Published in wnyc.org

2011 Armory Art Show Spotlights Latin American Art
Thursday, March 03, 2011
by Janaya Williams

Latin American artists are in the spotlight at this year’s invitation-only exhibition at the Armory Art Show in Manhattan. Eighteen galleries from Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina—including a big contingent of galleries from Mexico and Brazil—are exhibiting the best of their country’s contemporary art. Read More

 

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Published in The Art Newspaper

Armory Show 2011 - Latin America Focus
Wednesday, March 03, 2011
by Jean Wainwright

Every year the Armory Show has a particular focus area. For the 13th show, the organisers have chosen Latin America. Galleries and artists from all over central and southern America have made the journey to New York to show the world what many people have been missing out on. Read More

 

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Published in MutualArt.com

The Armory Show puts its 'Focus' on Latin American art
Wednesday, March 02, 2011
by MutualArt staff

With a steady wave of art centers, galleries, and artists taking the market by storm, it is more than evident that Latin American art is on the rise. Thanks to globalization, this genre is fast becoming a strategic economic resource and favorite commodity in the current art market. Read More

 

 

 

 

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Published in El Mercurio

Desde el 3 al 6 de marzo en Nueva York:
Chilenos presentes en la feria The Armory Shows
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
by Marilu Ortiz de Rozas

Destacados artistas nacionales tendrán un espacio en la 13ª versión de esta feria neoyorquina dedicada al arte del siglo XX y XXI.
Trabajando en sus montajes están los participantes de esta feria de arte contemporáneo de Nueva York, que se inaugura mañana y que reúne a los principales críticos, curadores, artistas, coleccionistas y galeristas del mundo entero. Read More in PDF

 

 

Published in this is Chile.cl

The Armory Show
Chilean art displayed in New York’s most prestigious art fair
Monday, February 21, 2011

Between March 3-6, a new edition of the largest art fair in America’s largest city will host works from three of Chile’s best modern artists. Read More

 

 

Published in Chile Excepción

Des artistes du Chili à l'Armory Show 2011 de New York
Jeudi 17 Février 2011, source La Tercera

BetLa prochaine édition de l'Armory Show de New York se tiendra du 3 au 6 Mars. Il s'agit de la plus grande rencontre autour de l'art moderne et contemporain de la ville, la seconde dans le monde après l'Art Basel de Bâle, en Suisse.Read 

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PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IN THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS HOUSTON | MFAH | HOUSTON

Openmade is pleased to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s book 16:03:27 is now available as part of the collection at the Hirsch library of The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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at first sight | DENISE LIRA-RATINOFF | MAGAZINE AL LIMITE

Openmade is pleased to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff is featured in a main article with the 1st and 2nd stages of her major ongoing project: at first sight.
"This project is a scary path to portray reality; this is a reality that needs no translation."

Magazine Arte Global Al Limite
Issue # 47 March - June 2011
Article in PDF

This issue will be distributed in:
Arteamericas, Miami Beach - Miami (March 25 - 28, 2011)
Zona Maco, México D.F. - México (April 6 - 10, 2011)
Cige 8th, Beijing - China (April 21 -24, 2011)
Art Brussels 29, Brussels - Belgium (April 28 - May 1, 2011)
Madrid Foto, Madrid - Spain (May 5 - 8, 2011)
ArteBa 20, Buenos Aires - Argentina (May 19 - 23, 2011)
Art Basel, Basel - Switzerland (June 15 -19, 2011)
Liste 16, Basel - Switzerland (June 14 -19, 2011)
Scope, Basel - Switzerland (June 14 -19, 2011)

For further information on the article, please visit Al Limite

If you would like to know more about Denise's project at first sight, please contact the studio.

 

 

THE ARMORY SHOW | NEW YORK | GALERIA ISABEL ANINAT

The Armory Show Contemporary 2011
March 3 – 6, 2011 | Booth 842 Pier 94, Hudson River (12th Avenue) at 55th Street, New York, NY.

Openmade is pleased to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff participated in The Armory Show 2011, represented by Galeria Isabel Aninat.

The art fair will took place from March 3 to 6, 2011.
For additional information, please visit the fair's website.

 

 

SILC ART AUCTION BENEFIT | SHEBA INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (SILC)

Sheba Medical Center, the Hospital Without Boundaries

Openmade is pleased to announce Denise Lira-Ratinoff's involvement in Sheba International Leadership Council (SILC) Art Auction Benefit, co-chaired by Heidi Lee and Zak Williams.

THURSDAY, FEB 24TH, 2011, 6:00 – 8:00PM

6:00 PM Auction Preview and Silent Auction
7:15 PM Live Auction with Alexander Gilkes

Location: Mallick Williams Gallery, 150 11th Avenue, New York, NY, 10011, between 21st and 22nd Streets.

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IN GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM LIBRARY | NEW YORK

Openmade is pleased to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s book 16:03:27 is now part of the collection
at the library of Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IN CENTRE POMPIDOU | PARIS

Openmade is proud to announce that Denise Lira–Ratinoff´s book 16:03:27 is now available as part of the collection at the library of the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Bibliothèque Kandinsky, Centre Pompidou, Paris.

 

 

 

 

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2010

ART & TIME 1 | NEW YORK | IESE New York | Curator Mar Morosse

Art & Time 1
September, 23, 2010 6-8 PM

Denise Lira-Ratinoff participated in Art & Time 1 curated by Mar Morosse.

As part of the exhibition, the video at first sight was showcased on three large Screens
and the Video Installation was held during ONE NIGHT ONLY.

Art & Time 1 took place at IESE New York, 165 West 57th Street, New York, NY.

For additional information about at first sight, please contact the studio.

 

 

PINTA | LONDON | GALERIA ISABEL ANINAT

The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show
June 3-6 | Earls Court Exhibition Centre

Photographs from Denise’s Glaciers series were featured in Pinta London Art Show.

The art fair took place from June 3 to 6, 2010.
For additional information, please visit the fair's website.

 

 

CHRISTIE’S | GREEN AUCTION: A BID TO SAVE THE EARTH | NEW YORK

Christie's Green Auction: April 22, 2010, the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day

A Bid to Save the Earth by Milena Sales.

Denise Lira-Ratinoff: “I am honored to be part of this wonderful cause”

Denise’s Lot Description

Silent auction: April 8 to May 6, 2010 | HIGHLIGHTS

 

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2009

PINTA | NEW YORK | GALERIA ISABEL ANINAT

The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Fair
November 19 – 22 | Metropolitan Pavilion | Altman Building

The art fair took place from November 19 to 22, 2009.
For additional information, please visit the fair's website.

Pinta Art Fair by Marilú Ortiz de Rozas.

Press: "MBA Lazard Bank bought two pieces by Darío Escobar and Denise Lira-Ratinoff for
its itinerant collection of Latin American Art".

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IN MUSEUM OF MODERN ART LIBRARY | MOMA NEW YORK

Openmade is proud to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s book 16:03:27 is now available as
part of the collection at the library of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IN INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY | ICP NEW YORK

Openmade is proud to announce that Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s book 16:03:27 is now available as
part of the collection at the library of the International Center of Photography, ICP, New York.

 

2008 

VIZARTS: OUTSIDE THE LINES | ART ON THE EDGE | ATLANTA

Photos Capture Elemental Change by Jerry Cullum

“The perishing part is the most spectacular. The glacial ice disappearing into ocean water
is an immense, dramatic landscape that no longer exists.”

 

 

ARTIST TALK | DIARY NEWS-VIEWS | ATLANTA

Openmade and Hagedorn Foundation Gallery are pleased to announce Denise’s artist talk about
her exhibition Elements as part of an ongoing project diary news-views.

6 PM, June 28th at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery.

 

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AT FISRT SIGHT II | BEST ART EVENT OF THE YEAR | ATLANTA

Openmade is proud to announce Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s Installation "at first sight II" which
was named "Best Art Event of the Year", Best of Atlanta 2008, United States.

 

 

SP-ARTE | SAO PAULO | GALERIA FLORENCIA LOEWENTHAL

SP-ARTE, Sao Paulo International Art Fair
April 23 – 27 | Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion - Ibirapuera Park, Gate 3 | Booth 62

Photographs from Denise’s Glaciers series were featured in SP-ARTE Sao Paulo.
For additional information, please visit the fair's website.

 

AT FIRST SIGHT II | PERIPHERAL CAVITIES | LOADING DOCK

Ice Castles by Cinqué Hicks

“Through her installation, the space became activated in two ways:
honored for its native raw utility and transformed into something utterly otherwordly.”

 

 

AT FIRST SIGHT II | THE CHRONICLE | EXCERPT

'First Sight' by Monique Bos

“It was all about timing. There was pressure to capture the conditions in time, because sometimes
you want to stay in front of something but you can’t, and you can’t come back later because
all the images no longer exist; they’ve already melted.”

 

 

OPENMADE | PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK | 16:03:27

Openmade Publishes Denise Lira-Ratinoff’s Photography Book 16:03:27.

This book explores the concept of time and questions the public awareness of the importance of time
through images of glaciers.

 

Brief description:
Photography Book by Denise Lira-Ratinoff
16:03:27, a 300 copy limited edition book.
Hardcover Publisher: Openmade
ISBN: 978-956-319-249-0
Each copy is numbered and signed

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