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A graduate of the Faculdad de Arquitectura Y Urbanismo at the University of Buenos Aires, Sylvia Libedinsky moved to London 1968. She has worked as an architect for the Greater London Council’s Schools Division, and was co-founder (along with Ana M. Urquijo) ofMarshmallow, a design company that created soft toys for advertising and other applications. All her original pieces were selected for the Design Centre, London.
She has designed furniture, three-dimensional work for visual merchandising (commissioned by Fitch and Co), and — since the mid-’90s, in recurring partnership with Nick Wadley – an extensive series of cartoons, book illustrations (for Methuen, Faber, Editorial Biblos and Editorial Teseo) and posters (for the Royal Court Theatre, Centro Borges, and Cinecontact).
Her work has been exhibited in The Chelsea School of Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, Art Directions Gallery, Mario Flecha Gallery, Bookartbookshop, Stanford Street, British Cartoon Trust, Cinecontact, Victoria & Albert Museum, Jaggedart, European Commission 12 Star Gallery (London), Chapter Gallery (Wales), Graphics (Mantua), Shed (Milan), British Council (Bologna), Skanno (Helsinki), Galerie de Genieloods (Amsterdam), La Sala Vinçon (Barcelona) Jim Haynes Gallery (Paris), Centro Cultural Borges (Argentina), La Ventana Cemicual (Santiago de Chile), and Artium (Fukuoka, Japan).