He studies with the Hungarian artistic drawing expert Lajos Szalaj. He holds his first individual exhibit at the Antígona Gallery in 1955. In 1959 he joins the Movimiento Informalista. In 1960 and 1961 he is considered for the Premio Ver y Estimar Award. He exhibits at the Primera Exposición Internacional de Arte Moderno at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires (1960). A year later he is invited to join the Arte Contemporáneo Argentino exhibit at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Río de Janeiro, Brazil. He takes part in Arte Destructivo, in 1961 and in Pintura espejismo (Mirage Painting) in 1963. Together with Víctor Grippo, Kenneth Kemble and Emilio Renart he exhibits at the Investigaciones sobre los procesos de la creación, a the Vignes Gallery in 1966. In 1968 he takes part in El árbol de los juegos, at El Taller Gallery, together with Ernesto Deira, Manuel Espinosa and Kenneth Kemble, Luis Felipe Noé, Marie Orensanz, Martha Peluffo, Federico Peralta Ramos and others. He doesn’t exhibit until 1984, when he presents his Figurative paintings at the Ruth Benzacar Gallery. In 1985, he exhibits at the Reynold C. Kerr Gallery, in Nueva York. His last exhibit was inaugurated in August 1997 at the Art House Gallery.