Pablo Contrisciani is an Argentinean artist residing in Miami since 1998.
He earned his Masters in Painting at the National University of Fine Arts of La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He has been participated in several solo and group exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally. His has exhibited recently at Wynwood 28, Laundromat Art Space, Arch Gallery & Karpio-Facchini Gallery, Miami; Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York; Light Contemporary, London; Mackey Gallery, Houston; Solar Art Gallery, East Hampton. and Art Center South Florida, Miami.
He exhibited internationally at Museo Sivori, Buenos Aires. Museo Provicial de Bellas Artes de La Plata, Museo Municipal de La Plata, Centro Cultuaral Recoleta, Buenos Aires Argentima and Casa Argentina at Rome, Italy.
He has exhibited also in the Art Fairs: Scope London; Scope New York and Scope Miami; Art Toronto; Fiac Paris; Maco Mexico, Art Miami, Art Context, Aqua, Art Wynwood, Art Palm Beach, Arte Americas. & Superfine.
His work has been reviewed in publications such as Art in America; Art Nexus; Arte al Dia; New Times and Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald.
Pablo Contrisciani’s works are held by public and corporate collectors from USA, Latin America and Europe .
My artwork is about the Universe and its unity in the infinite diversity of elements. I explore the multiplicity of the Universe depicting. 1) Its juxtapositions between chaos and harmony. 2) Its constant change and movement. 3) Each of its parts containing the whole. The combination of all this components creates a visual multiplicity that I call Energies.
The variety of elements in my abstract paintings are several energies vibrating simultaneously. I describe these energies of the Universe through highly saturated colors to generate optical effects,, variety of gestural brushstrokes to create a sense of overall rhythmic movement and superposition of shapes to produce the illusion of tridimensional space.
My paintings have two readings: A first one that comes like a blow, in which all areas clamor in unison at the top of their lungs. And a second one, more contemplative in smaller areas, when the viewer realizes that each painting is in fact the sum of its parts, what is to say, of various smaller paintings, both possible and openly suggested by the work in question.
Each part of one same work of art is strong enough and different from the rest. Several moments are visualized and expressed with diverse techniques. The selection of the colors and shapes in each contrasting plane corresponds to an emotional, psychological and physical registered moment.