“Virginia” is a life-size figure created in Buenos Aires during the show “UNA VEZ AHí”. For a period of two weeks I collected trash from the streets and sculpted this piece inside the gallery. After the exhibition was finished, I secretly brought the piece to the building where my sister lives and took some photos … Continue reading Virginia

ONCE THERE – Seattle

Once There was a solo exhibition by Jeremias Lentini, showcasing a temporary  installation that is impulsive and organic in its creation. Working strictly with forgotten and discarded objects, Lentini’s Once There stands as a commentary on global consumerism, classism, and contemporary throw-away culture, incorporating a romantic approach to the reimagination and repurposing of everyday waste … Continue reading ONCE THERE – Seattle

Psyche & Soma

This performance occurred on August 12th during the group exhibition PSYCHE & SOMA in Seattle. Jeremias Lentini and Andrés Felipe Mejía López worked in collaboration. They joined skills on theatre and dance and found inspiration on the title of the art show for an improvisation that lasted about one hour. Continue reading Psyche & Soma

Psyche & Soma

PSYCHE & SOMA was a multidisciplinary exhibition that took place in Seattle on August 12th, 2017. These assemblage sculptures were designed by Jeremias Lentini for the purpose of the show. All the objects included in the portraits were found on the streets, in thrift stores and on homeless camps of Seattle. The meaning and history … Continue reading Psyche & Soma

Desterradxs (Exile)

DESTERRADXS is a collaborative project that took place in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina in December 2016. Virginia Lentini, Jeremias Lentini and photographer Rocio Aznarez went to the streets in costumes and make-up in response to the homophobia and machismo still present in South America. The product is a series of photographs and videos … Continue reading Desterradxs (Exile)


The exhibit IMPULSO opened in Seattle on May 12th, 2016 The concept behind the series is  destruction as one fundamental stage in the creative process. All the sculptures passed trough a cycle of destruction/reconstruction. The fragmentation exposes raw material. This takes the viewer away from the illusion of reality, introducing ideas of fragility and impermanence. … Continue reading Impulso