I was born in a small village named San Luis del Palmar, in northeastern Argentina and live in Germany since 1993. I am married and have three wonderful children.
I have my Magistra Artium´s Degree (M.A.) in History of Art with the theme: "The Polyptych of Santa Chiara. Paolo Veneziano's altarpiece as a synthesis of Byzantine tradition and Western culture" and in the Comparative Religion, I have placed a focus in "Buddha and Christ in comparison". Both majors have successfully completed at the Goethe-University Frankfurt.
Practical experience I have acquired in art galleries and in museums as well as I won enriching impressions on study trips to Venice, Florence, Rome, Prague, Paris and Bayeux.
In addition to Spanish as my mother tongue, I speak German, English and Italian as well as Guaraní (the language of the Guaraní ethnic group).