Jerónimo Rüedi (Argentina, 1981) began his art studies in Argentina before moving to Barcelona, where he specialized in sculpture. Later his focus shifted to painting while collaborating on several projects with multi-disciplinary creators, refining his visual and conceptual vocabulary through an intersection of painting, video and spatial analysis. Between 2000-2014, Rüedi resided in between Barcelona and Berlin, and later moved to Mexico City to found Aeromoto, the first contemporary art library in Mexico.

Over the last several years, Rüedi has been a resident artist of the Experimental Museum El Eco, managed the collection of the museum Muca Roma (UNAM's Museum of art and science) produced stage scenery for the play Jazz Palabra by Juan José Gurrola (Casa del Lago, Mexico DF / LA Theater Center, Los Angeles, California), exhibited in the framework of the "Challenge to Stability, Artistic Processes in Mexico 1952-1967" at MUAC (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo), while maintaining and exhibiting projects of Aeromoto at NADA Art Fair (NYC, USA), Visual Arts Center of The University of Texas at Austin, (TX, USA) ArteBa Art Fair (Buenos Aires, Argentina) ArtBO (Bogotá, Colombia). He has also independently published two books, The Stuff dreams are made of... and Apropos of Nothing (In collaboration with Wendyʼs Subway, NYC)

He is currently represented by Galeria Alterna in Mexico City.