Pablo Palasso born in 1954 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic is a leading Dominican artist and internationally recognized painter. He is a self-taught artist and cultural investigator. His works represent a sophisticated but unclouded language, that engages its viewer in a visual monologue that is often intimate and personal, and sometimes cathartic. Palasso's brings an aesthetic to a creative process that illuminates the abstract brush and gives it "center stage". Palasso has traveled and studied extensively to gain insight on what makes great art. Is it the genius and talent of an artist, an influential circle of friends or supporters, good press, a savvy dealer or a "branded" gallery. Palasso has yet to get a definitive answer to the question of "what is the blue chip standard" for great art. Thus, he has set out to make art that can be admired, appreciated and accessed by all. His works are in many private and public collections. Palasso's works have been auctioned at various art houses around the world including Christie's Auction House, France (2004). During 1991 and 1992, Palasso journeyed to Haiti, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Guatemala, Honduras, Uruguay and the United States, for artistic training and an international perspective. Through out this journey, he developed what has now become his minimalist painting technique. Palasso defines his work as "figurative and abstract." He has participated in more than 25 individual exhibitions and in more than 50 collective exhibitions in various continents. He was invited to the Sao Paulo Art Biennial in 1994 and has participated in 3 different National Visual-Art Biennials in Santo Domingo. In the year 2000, the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, Massachusetts honored Palasso for his work. in 2002 Casa de Campo, awarded him for Best International Exhibitor. In 2006 Puerto Rico UNESCO awarded Palasso with it diploma and a medal of honor for his artistic endeavors.
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