Florencia S.M. Brück was born in Argentina and raised between Milan, Buenos Aires and Washington D.C. a visual artist whose practice includes painting, film, photography, sculpture, programming languages and music. She is known for complex, canny works that examine the subjective experience. Rooted in the traditional medium of painting and crossing over into new-media streams, she operates from a distinctly sense of inner spatial recognition, investigating human behavior in the information era and proposing a contemplative model for societal awareness.

Florencia began her studies in photography at Scuola dei Fotografi Giac Casale, in Milan, painting with Andrea Waissman, Distefano and Zorrilla, Eduardo Stupia, Wolf Werdigier and Lois Renner. She incursions in ceramic studies at Center Valleries, France. She participated in the MOOC “Managing the Arts” program at Goethe Institute, “Modern Art & Ideas” at MoMa, The Museum of Modern Art, she continued her studies in the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts and Media in Venice, the Torcuato Di Tella University and Cazadores del Arte doing an art clinic with Manuel Ameztoy, Sergio Bazán, Alejandra Roux and Augusto Zanel in Argentina. In 2018 she moves to Europe attending the following artist residency and workshops: BAI Berlin Art Institute Srtist Residence, Andrzej Welminski Sculpture and Performance Workshop, Natan Sinigalia Generative Artwork Workshop.

Since 1997, Florencia has exhibited works and participated in art festivals in locations such as Houston (International Houston Fine Art Fair), Buenos Aires (Centro Cultural Borges), Mexico City (Espacio Cultural Donceles 66 and Casa de la Cultura de Tlalpan), Berlin (Art Spring 2018 and BAI Fellows), Venice (Palazzo Zenobio). She is a member of the AAMNBA, Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Pérez Art Museum, Miami; Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF). Florencia is also involved in helping to develop the art community; she has donated paintings to help in the fundraising of POMO’s ART CENTER in Argentina.