Born in Argentina, Patricia holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts Major in Painting and a Specialization in Media and Technologies for the Pictorial Production from the University of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires (UNA). She made residencies in Greece, Spain and France. She participated in the LIPAC 2010 / Rojas-UBA and made portfolio review with Pablo Siquier, Carlos Bissolino, Esteban Álvarez, Fabiana Barreda and Florencia Braga Menéndez.

She received the group grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts of Buenos Aires and the Art in Design Award 2011. She has been professor of the Art Department within the National University of Lanús in Argentina and she developed the first artwork in collaboration with the University of Technology Troyes in France. Both of her academic thesis, The expanded painting and The road beyond the pictorial bidimension, were selected by the Patronage Law of Buenos Aires for its publication and were declared of cultural interest.

Main solo exhibitions: Gallery of the Argentine Embassy in Paris (France), Villa Carlotta Museum (Lombardy, Italy), Fine Arts Museum of Pergamino (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Mar Dulce contemporary art gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Main group exhibitions: Art Capital 2019 (Paris, Franc), eFlorence Biennial 2017 (Florence, Italy), Maison de l’Argentine (Paris, France), Museum of the Botanical Garden Carlos Thays (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Casa de la provincia de San Luis (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Camac art center (Marnay sur Seine, France), La Casona de los Olivera contemporary art center (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Columbia College Chicago (Illinois, USA), West England University (Bristol, England), Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 (Córdoba, Argentina), Academy of Art of Hangzhou (Hangzhou, China).

She has been selected by the International Selection Committee to participate at the Florence Biennial of Contemporary Art 2017 in Italy. The International Jury awarded her with the Lorenzo il Magnifico Prize for “Stellaria”, installation presented within the XI Edition of the Italian Biennial.

In 2018 she exhibits at the Villa Carlotta Museum of LaKe Como in Italy and is awarded at the IV International Contemporary Art Biennial held at the Borges Cultural Center in the city of Buenos Aires. In 2019 she participates in Art Capital, the largest contemporary art fair in Europe held at the prestigious Grand Palais in the city of Paris, within the emblematic Salon des Artistes Indépendants created in 1884 by Paul Cézzane, Georges Seurat y Paul Signac, among others.