Durban Segnini Gallery
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Pablo was born the 23rd of August, 1954 in Montevideo, Uruguay. He was inspired in his artistic endeavors by his father Pedro, an art lover and a frequent presence at the workshop of Uruguayan master Joaquín Torres García. From a very young age he perceived the great interest and aptitude Pablo had manifested in art, so he stimulated him to enter the field of painting. Nowadays he represents a reality in art and international sculpture, within the most interesting and dynamic, bearing in mind how his international activities generate for him such great exchange with other artists, and how he builds with ease a communication bridge between the art of Europe and Latin America.
2011 Holllis Taggart Galeries New York
2010 Albemarle Gallery London
Bienvenu Gallery New Orleans
2008 Albemarle Gallery London
Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales Montevideo
2007 Museu Oscar Niemeyer Curitiba
Museu Brasileiro de Escultura São Paulo
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Brasilia
Lagorio Arte Contemporanea Brescia
Frey Norris Gallery San Francisco
2006 Albemarle Gallery London
Groeninge Museum Bruges
Galeria Sur Punta del Este - La Barra
Gary Nader Fine Art Miami
2005 Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Buenos Aires
Park Ryu Sook Gallery Seoul
Gary Nader Fine Art Miami
2004 Galeria Tejeria Loppacher Punta del Este - Uruguay
Galleria Rino Costa Valenza
Villa Monastero Varenna
Albemarle Gallery London
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Also exhibited by:
Hollis Taggart Galleries,
Also represented by:
Durban Segnini Gallery,
Carmelo Arden Quin
CARMELO ARDEN QUIN (Rivera, Uruguay, 1913). Painter and sculptor. Meets Torres García in 1935 and in 1937 moves to Buenos Aires, where he organizes in 1943 the group Arturo together with other avant-garde artists; their magazine is the first to promote abstract art in Latin America. He announces the creation of MADI in 1946, initiating a new current in abstract art. The gallery Suzanne Michel of Paris organizes the first MADI exhibition (1951). In 1955, he participates in the first Non-Figurative Art Salon organized by the Van Riel Gallery. In 1963 he exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires. An exhibition in his honor is presented in 1983 atEspace Latino-Americaine in Paris. New York’s MOMA devotes a preeminent place to him in 1992 during its Latin American Art exhibition. In 2003, he exhibits his work at Buenos Aires’ Recoleta and in 2006 at Durban Segnini Gallery of Miami.
Other Artists represented by the Gallery:
(Montevideo, Uruguay, 1954). Painter and Sculptor. He is one of the most important marble sculptors of our times. Since 1989 his work is also seen in monumental works that are now part of private and public collections in American and European spaces. His sculptures (in monumental and medium size formats) are part of public and private collections in the United States, England, Mexico, Italy, France, Argentina, Brazil, Portugal, Belgium, Holland, Colombia, Luxembourg, Panama, Chile, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Israel, Lebanon, Venezuela, Peru, Germany, Poland, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Japan, Korea, Monaco, Seoul and Tokyo.
He represented Uruguay in the 50th International exhibition of the Visual Arts at the Venice Biennale in 2003. He had an important exhibition at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum of Curitiba which finished in 2008 at the Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales de Montevideo. The artist is currently working on a monumental sculpture entitled “cosmic embrace” standing 8.60 meters high, which will be placed in a public space in Belgium.
Hollis Taggart Galleries,
ARLOS CRUZ DIEZ (Caracas, Venezuela, 1923). Painter, sculptor and graphic designer known internationally as one of the major representatives of kinetic painting. Resides in France since 1956, where he was part of theNouvelle Tendance. In 1965, he participates in the The Responsive Eye exhibition organized by the Museum of Modern Art of New York. The Museum of Graphic Arts of Caracas was established under his guidance, and in 1971 he was awarded the National Plastic Arts Prize in that same city. His works are found in major museums throughout the world. In 2006, Simón Bolívar University in Caracas conferred on him the title of Doctor Honoris Causa. Miami Art Museum will present a retrospective of his work in 2010.
MATEO MANAURE (Uracoa, Venezuela, 1926). Painter, sculptor and graphic designer. Studied at the Plastic Arts School of Caracas, receiving the Plastic Arts National Prize in 1947. While in Paris, he founded the group Los disidentes which championed geometric abstraction. Upon his return to Caracas, he completed a mural at Ciudad Universitaria. In 1955, the Fine Arts Museum of that city organized a retrospective of his work. Manaure abandoned abstraction with his series Cuvisiones and his polychromatic columns. In 1950, he was awarded the John Boulton Prize and in 1965 the Armando Reverón Prize presented by the Venezuelan Plastic Arts Association.
Cesar Paternosto (b.1931, La Plata, Argentina. Lives and works in Spain since 2004). Since the mid 60′s, when this sculptor, painter, writer and curator living in New York, began to change the paradigms of abstraction with monochromatic wall installations. His return to the south of the continent expanded their vision of geometry revealing a genesis of forms present in the pre-Columbian legacy sculptural and universal tradition of textiles. It works with indigenous names entitled to designate the time, because its purpose is to extend the boundaries of inner perception through a poetical form. It may take up to Mondrian’s legacy extreme practice of leaving the front surface and locate blank colored geometric shapes on the sides of the box, or report beyond how intertwined the past ancestral continental with the western edge to create new horizons in geometric abstraction. The representation in his work ultimately refers to the structure of thought. He trained at the Institute of Philosophy of the National University of La Plata, Argentina, won a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1972, was a visiting professor at American universities and his work is part of collections permanents the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, or the Menil Collection, Houston, Texas, among other
Espace Meyer Zafra,
NTONIO SEGUÍ (Córdoba, Argentina, 1934). Painter, sculptor, engraver and draftsman. Studied at Madrid’s San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts and subsequently in Paris, where he now resides. He participated in the Venice Biennial in 1964. In 1966, he exhibits at the Rufino Tamayo Museum in Mexico, the Museé d’Art Moderne in Paris and at the Fine Arts Museum in Caracas. Among his awards are the Grand Prix awarded by Tokyo’s Modern Art Museum, by Lodz (Poland) in 1967 and the International Prize given by the city of Darmstadt (Germany) that same year. In 1988, he receives the Torcuato di Tella award of Buenos Aires. Seguí is a member of France’s Academy of Science, Arts and Letter
Waltman Ortega Fine Art,
ESÚS RAFAEL SOTO (Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela, 1923 – Paris, 2005). Painter and sculptor. Studies at Caracas’ School of Fine Arts in 1942. In 1950, he travels to Paris where he joins the group Realités Nouvelles and associates with the Denise René Gallery. In 1955, he becomes the most important figure in Kinetic art, introducing movement and interaction in his series Escrituras and in his Penetrables. In 1969, the city of Amsterdam organizes a major retrospective of his work, and in 1972 another retrospective devoted to him is presented at Caracas’ Museum of Contemporary Art. That same year, the Guggenheim Museum of New York inaugurated an exhibition of his works. Between the years 2000 and 2004, he exhibits at the Reina Sofía Museum of Madrid and at the Houston Museum. His last exhibition (2005), entitled Soto, la couleur en suspens, was held at the Denise René Gallery.
Art Nouveau Gallery,
Fernando De Szyszlo
FERNANDO DE SZYSZLO (Lima, Perú, 1925). Painter, engraver and sculptor. He studied at the Plastic Arts School of Lima’s Catholic University. Resides in Paris between 1949 and 1955. In 1985, the Latin American Contemporary Art Museum of Washington, D.C., presents a retrospective of his work. In 1966, he participates in the symposium “Resonante autour d’André Breton,” in honor of the poet’s centennial. In 2003, he presents a retrospective at Paris’Maison de l’Amerique Latine and the following year at Rome’s Instituto Italo Latinoamericano.
Barranquilla. Colombia, 1943 – 2013 †
Autodidactic, he defined himself towards the mid-1960′s , as an abstractionist who identify himself with some of the proportions of Frank Stella and the minimalist, always adhering to such coherent growth that it has made him a painter of lines without becoming a draftsman in the orthodox meaning of term. The symbolism, composition and color of a good portion of his works are inspired by religious ornaments.
In 1987, he had his first retrospective exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Bogotá. Throughout his life, he has distinguished himself as a quiet artist who works isolated from the word and from its potential honors.