Paintings, Drawings, Sculptures, Water coloring and Collaging.
Jorge Diciervo was born on December 14, 1947 in Chivilcoy, Buenos Aires, Argentina and is self-taught.
He began to exhibit in the 70's and has made more than 50 individual exhibitions in the main galleries of Buenos Aires and cities over Latin America and Europe.
Some of his work can be found in the National Museum of Fine Arts of the City of Buenos Aires, in the Rosa Galisteo de Rodriguez Museum, in the Province of Santa Fe, in the Museum of Modern Art in Rosario, as well as in private collections in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Italy, France, Belgium, the United States and Switzerland.
In 1983 Jorge obtained the Drawing Scholarship Francesco Romero, awarded by the Government of Italy and the National Fund for the Arts; in 1992 the First Prize of the Chandon Watercolor Salon at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, and in 1993 the Pollock-Krasner Foundation of New York Grant of Painting.
In 1996 and 2009 he was summoned by the National Academy of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires for the Trabucco Prize.
In 2003 he made the exhibition Retrospective "30 years, El azar regulado (regulated chance)" at the Recoleta Cultural Center, in the city of Buenos Aires, with the presentation of the book "Diciervo", by Guillermo Whitelow. In 2012 he published the book "Collages".