Born in Cordoba Argentina and of Italian nationality she graduated from the Catholic University of Cordoba, and Node Center for Curatorial Studies in Berlin Germany, she holds workshops and seminars on painting and drawing. She did residences for visual artists in Naples Italy. Exhibits her artworks in Argentina, Uruguay, Italy, Monte Carlo, France, England and the United States. She is curator at Outing Art Gallery Miami, where she exposes and promotes emerging and mid-career artists. she carried out curatorial work for AMA Foundation Association-Monaco-Argentina in MonteCarlo for Art Monaco. and since 2009, she has been a charitable activity in the Solidarity Commission of the Country of Las Delicias Cordoba, where she is the exhibition coordinator of Argentinian artists where all the benefits obtained are donated to the Bank of Food in Argentina.
The main theme of her artwork is the living nature, vertical gardens and the different ways in which people interact with the flora. Managing the linen gives freedom to her work and lets her brushes go everywhere with no ends. Encouraged to develop her interest in art by her travels around the world, during which she saw many different cultures and scenes and visited international art museums and galleries, her main driving force is to create something vivid that seems connected to life, so that the viewers can feel instantly connected to it.
From 2014 after a first interesting contact in the Principality of Monaco, Graciela Montich has been represented by Monteoliveto Gallery in numerous international art fairs in Europe: Aix en Provence, Strasbourg, Nice and Paris in France; Amsterdam in The Netherlands, Milan in Italy and San Sebastian in Spain. She has also been part of many important group exhibitions in Paris, Milan, London, Imperia and in the island of Capri within the Cities of Europe project of the gallery. In 2016 she took part in the 1st edition of the Residency MadforNaples Project in Naples (Italy). Her work installation dedicated to the magic of the Neapolitan balconies has been officially exhibited during the closing event in Castel dell’Ovo (Naples).
In March 2020 the installation The magic of the Neapolitan balconies has been exhibited in the “Art in Confinement” virtual exhibition in Paris during the Covid lockdown, curated by MG Paris/Monteoliveto Gallery.
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Argentina – Chile – United States – France – Italy