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Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina February 3, 1970.

Analia begins painting when she is a young child.

She quickly learns to work independently, free from constraints.

When she is just 8 years old, Analia wins her first prize at an art contest for her self-portrait drawing.

She continues to devote her life to creating works of art, and receives awards and acknowledgment for her outstanding work throughout the decades.


Analia Bordenave’s art represents the emerging Argentinan art in several private art collections. Her work is found in cities across Europe, including Geneva, Paris, Milan, San Remo, among others. Her work is included in several art shows in international art festivals, using her distinctive technique: The Body as a Paintbrush.










Analia’s interpretation of tic tac toe, darts, and other classic games, engages viewers as participants, using symbols of power and gender, as well as more everyday symbols, to playfully express social themes and ideals on canvas. Art becomes playful, like a game, while expressing signs and symbols that resonate with each participant.


Since 2007, Analia’s art is part of a permanent collection in the VIP Room of Aerolineas Argentinas at the Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  She is highlighted in her own section of the magazine A Bordo, by Aerolineas Argentinas, where a list of art fairs that have shown her work is chronicled:


PINTA 2007 (New York),

ART BASEL MIAMI 2007 (Miami),

ARCO 2008 (Madrid),

ARTEAMERICAS 2008 (Miami),

ART BO 2008 (Colombia), 

ART BASEL 2008 (Miami),

ARCO 2009 (Madrid),

ARTEAMERICAS 2009 (Miami),

ArteBA 09(Argentina),

ART BO 09( Bogota),

MIA10 (Miami), 



CIRCA 10(Puerto Rico).  




















Analia creates her “Tribute to Individuality”: a cultural project of participatory art designed for a global scale.



-"CULTURAL INTEREST" By the Secretary of Culture of the Argentinian Nation

-"COUNTRY INFLUENCE" By the Secretary of Tourism of the Argentinian Nation

-"NATIONAL INTEREST" By the Honorable Senate of the Argentinian Nation  









“You are unique. Your place in this world is unique as well. We all need the unique part of you that only you can GIVE. Leave your personal mark—your fingerprint—on the largest artwork in the world. Receive our tribute to your individuality, your mark, on the world.”









Analia establishes and directs the nonprofit organization Tribute to Individuality

in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2009.

The organization’s mission is to educate and engage the community through culture.

Ms. Bordenave’s vision is to create a movement that harnesses the intrinsic value of each individual to contribute toward the progress of humanity. It emphasizes integration, proactive participation, awareness and appreciation of each individual's value.

The work stems from the importance of discovering unique values and gifts intrinsic to each individual, and the unique, unrepeatable moments to use our uniqueness toforward humanity.



Analia redirects Tribute to Individuality towards its global expansion: Art Lovers

International Tour. She visits an array of Latin American Art Fairs, inspiring thousands of individuals to participate in the making of a Global Art Piece of “participatory art”. This artwork is a “Tribute to Individuality” by those who seek to make the world a better place through art.




Los Angeles
Palm Beach 
San Juan
Buenos Aires 



“Individuality becomes an international masterpiece that unifies every

single one of us, as unique and irreplaceable as we are. Each one of us

contributes to make the world better.” —Analia Bordenave


  Buenos Aires, Argentina           Bogota, Colombia              Miami, USA
     Palm Beach, EEUU            Los Angeles, EEUU        San Juan, Puerto Rico















Analia Bordenave was called to perform her work of art called "Cristina Kirchner's Bicentenary Mark."

The artist paid tribute to her President in Argentina, by portraying Cristina Kirchner’s Bicentenary Mark in a piece of art.

The work was an important part of the nationwide celebration of the bicentennial of Argentina. This work of art was very widespread in the national press.







In the Argentinian Senate, Senators participate in the work of the artist.

Politicians leave The Argentinian Bicentennial Mark Tribute to Juan Vucetich.



The artwork depicts the Iris and Fingerprint of each person. This piece represents the unique and unrepeatable gift of every single individual—a capacity that we all have.





"The eyes can’t be closed

Even upon closing your eyelids

The eyes continue to see…

that the FINGERPRINT of your soul is illuminated.It's at that moment while looking into your inner self,This moment manifests that “DON” (or gift) which is unique and unrepeatable :


Analia Bordenave 








Individual-Dar-Solidarity + Culture. Analia uses her art on behalf of Unicef Argentina.

7 August, 2011- The artist generates participation from Argentinian celebrities, including musicians, television personalities, national and

international visitors and VIPs who contribute to the charity event and in the solidarity work of art to benefit UNICEF.

During 2012, the most prominent Argentine personalities, particularly related to sports and social events, are honored with Solidarity + Art.








“If we could get in touch with our soul, how would that unleash our

powers? If we could be an integrated being, how high could we fly?  If we could be happier, how would that transform the world?  If all of us could be more disciplined, what great things could we achieve? So what is the goal?

To make the body desire what the soul wants. Because there’s no way to achieve peace by giving in to the body. Your soul will simply not give up. Never. One of the best ways to align body and soul is to have a cause; Finding Peace, Passion, and Purpose to leave “The Soul’s Mark”. —Analia Bordenave






Facing the other person as Mirror, the soul is exposed to truth.

After death, the  man’s soul is translucent before the mirror.

Analia Bordenave.

Mirrors intervened with liquid crystal








Analia becomes increasingly concerned about the earth and its inhabitants’ 

future. She decides upon Miami as the place to create an organization dedicated

to her vision of a global project that uses art as a tool for evolution.






Creates Art For Evolution, a nonprofit organization born in Miami, Florida, whose mission is to strengthen the community and the environment with participatory art. She develops the Green on Gray alliances, a project with a global scope.










Creator and director of the Green On Gray project, Analia collaborates with corporate and municipal partners, with the goal of stabilizing greenhouse gas emissions to diminish the threat to ecosystems from excessive human consumption and waste. The Green on Gray project seeks to facilitate a rebalancing of ecosystems (green) and to diminish the harmful effects (gray)contributing to climate change and environmental concerns.


Corporate and municipal partners are asked to form Green On Gray alliances, transforming their Gray Mark (pollution) into a Green Mark (healthy environment), through Eco Participatory Art.


Analia is trained in advanced hydroponics, and creates a unique Botanical Canvas. She creates works of Land Art along with the Green On Gray alliances as a global project, to include people’s participation in contributing to cleaner greener living and to Eco Participatory Art in green spaces around the world.

 Analia Bordenave green on gray

In her artwork, Analia Bordenave portrays “Pope Francis' Green Mark on the Planet” by following his last encyclical letter "Be Praised", which is considered the most important call to action to reverse the environmental harm done to the Earth. The ecological artist was an echo that repeated and amplified Pope Francis' message to reach his goal "to take care of our common home"

The artist is inspired by his message to create the ten eco-ethical actions

to which participants can commit for reduce their CO2 emissions.


Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Analia’s Eco Participatory Art is:


Eco Art Performance


 "Art that requires human interaction with nature to be completed".

  "Art that involves both nature and public in its creation, presentation and visualization".

"Art that invites people to take action and stop being a passive spectator of urbanization".

"Art that impulses people to interact with each other achieving a general well-being for the human race".

"Art that responds to participants and its surroundings".

 "Art that induces a reflection about the irresponsible relation between humans and nature through history, aggravated in the last century, leading to the crisis we are living right now".

" Art that belongs to people and nature joining forces to achieve a mutual benefit".


 Analia Bordenave                                                                         




For Analia, each person’s individuality is conveyed in the artwork. She highlights that which is unique and unrepeatable—our individuality. She shapes Your Mark on canvas. Her art embodies the mark you leave on the planet.

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