Desirée De Ridder was born in Buenos Aires in 1971.
She studied Painting at the Prilidiano Pueyrredón Institute (UNA). In 1999, she studied Character Design/Cartooning at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Years later she assisted to Graciela Olio and Alejandra Jones´s Ceramic Workshop. In 2016 won Third Prize in the National Salon of Visual Arts, and become jury member of the same Salon the following year. Received various prices alongher career, such as the Prize for Honorable Mention by the San Isidro Municipality in 2013, was selected in the Andriani Fundation Award for visual arts in 2015 and participated in the National Salon of Visual Arts in 2009, 2014 and 2016 in Ceramics. Exhibits periodically, collective and individually, in local and foreign galleries and museums. The latest exhibitions were “El grito de alarma esperan” (Waiting for the alarm call) in Calvaresi Gallery (2018), “Acuchilla una piedra” (Stab a stone) in Urbano Poggi Museum in Rafaela, Santa Fé (2017). She also participated in the collective exhibition “La otra mitad del arte” (Art´s other half), with Philippe Cyroulnik curatorship in the Borges Cultural Center (2018).



3er premio Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales, Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2016