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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Pablo Santibanez Servat

Pablo Santibanez Servat











He was born on February 20th, 1972, in Montevideo, Uruguay. In 1996 he obtains a bachelor's degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. To date, he has realized five individual exhibitions emphasizing the realized ones in 2003 and 2004 in the Treccanni Museum (Milan) and in the Plus One Plus Two Galleries (London) respectively. He has been rewarded so much in his country like abroad, being outlined his prize in the Biennial show of Sacred Art realized in Buenos Aires,
Argentina. In 1998 he won the Prize Fondart of the Government of Chile and he was rewarded twice consecutive in Biennial "Ciudad de Temuco" ("Temuco’s City ") and in the contest "Arte vivo" ("Live Art") Cultural of “Las Condes”, both realized in Chile. In 2003 he obtains a grant of the Complutense University of Madrid as pupil of Antonio Lopez in the "Taller Pintura y Dibujo" ("Workshop Painting and Drawing") (in El Escorial, Spain). In 2004 he was invited to taking part of the Experimental Workshop "Cuerpos pintados” (“Identical Bodies”) in Santiago of Chile.















Nace el 20 de Febrero de 1972 en Montevideo, Uruguay. En 1996 obtiene la licenciatura por la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. A la fecha, ha realizado cinco exposiciones individuales, destacando las realizadas en los años 2003 y 2004 en el Museo Treccanni (Milán) y en Plus One Plus Two Galleries (Londres) respectivamente. Ha sido premiado tanto en su país como en el extranjero, destacándose su premio en la Bienal de Arte Sacro realizada en Buenos Aires, Argentina. En 1998 obtuvo el Premio Fondart del Gobierno de Chile y fue premiado dos veces consecutivas en la Bienal “Ciudad de Temuco” y en el concurso “Arte en Vivo” Cultural de las Condes, ambos realizados en Chile. En el año 2003 obtiene una beca de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid como alumno de Antonio López en el “Taller Pintura y Dibujo” (El Escorial); en el año 2004 es invitado a participar del Taller Experimental “Cuerpos Pintados” en Santiago de Chile.

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