Born in Cuba
Pablo was educated at the Technical Institute of Electronic of Havana Cuba 1981. He is a self taught fine artist, creating works in oil on canvas, fine craft paper and sculpture. Since 2000 he has been working for the World Disney World Company, involved in the creation and setting of the architectural design for the exposition rooms in various museums such as the Museo Historico del Morro in, Havana City, Cuba. read more
He has been nominated for divers awards and has been the recipient of nationally acclaimed prizes as “Salon Juan David” Havana, Cuba. He has participated in more than 50 collective exhibits, many of them internationally (France, Portugal, Spain, and Germany) He has also had more than 17 solo exhibitions, and 13 private and public fine art presentations. His work is in private art collections in Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, Denmark, USA, Spain, France, Finland, Hong Kong, England, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Portugal, Sweden, and Switzerland.
"I believes that a new characterization of the artistic individual (“The Artist”) and his function within his immediate social environment is possible. This idea would encourage a new movement in contemporary artists who would be trying to overcome the concept and/or formal idea about the artists. "
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- In 1991, the Center for Cuban Studies sued the U.S. Treasury Department and won, making the importation and sale of original art from Cuba legal.