Biographical Information provided By Gustavo Perino

Pablo Solari was born in April 1953 in the neighborhood of Flores of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Since a very youg age he began
to paint and throughout his life has evolved into an autodidactic artist, studying classical techniques and based on views .
He lives in Buenos Aires and spent part of his life  in Mendoza ; He has traveled to Italy to study the  master painters such as, Giotto , Fra
Angelico and Michelangelo. Today he is a man who is artisticly mature. Simple, humble with strong values ​​, this artist certainly has devoted hi
life to his craft.

Signs and Exhibition Chronology

During the year 2013 the artist had an intense activity; which are described below:
Permanent exhibition at Gallery Space Arroyo. CABA
November: Exhibition Collective, Tribute to Michelangelo Crisolart Galleries . Barcelona.
October: Exhibition Collective, ExpoArte , San Miguel Palacio . CABA
June: Collective Exhibition , Km Arts, Theatre Canning Prov De Buenos Aires. - Publication BOGAMIA MAG , 16th Edition
April: Exhibition collective Arroyo Space Gallery Nights. CABA
Collective exhibition " Wine Art" Bodegas La Rural, Mendoza.
March: Collective Exhibition " Diversity " , Museum of historical research Julio A. Roca. CABA
February: Exhibition Fairs " Wine Art" Hotel Intercontinental . Mendoza, Argentina
January: International Art Exhibition " ARTEPunta 2013," Conrad Hotel , Punta del Este, Uruguay
Publishing ArteMatriz
Group show ArteImaginario

Self-taught from the  age of 4 ; the 22 years I relate to a sculptor to purify the art in the drawing ; a year working with Osvaldo Dubatti I paint
perfect in discipline.
Three years was in Mendoza with his brother seminarian , there came many of his works of religious tinge.
Between 1999 and 2001 living in Mendoza and is internalized in the production of wine and people.
In 2003 he traveled to Arequipa, where he studied at different mills Zafra place . In the harvest and in the vineyard, each place has a print and
dumps it on the canvas with a technique worthy of the great masters.
Since 2013 he resumed his studies of Watercolor art, projecting its first exhibition of these works in March 2014.
Throughout his career he was involved in the study of techniques such as tempera , cartoon, commercials , cartoons and comics . Which
incorporate multiple points of view to his work.

With a large dibujística art, most of his work is supported in oil on canvas, ultramarine blue is a favorite pigments. The previous sketches
performed on the canvas as this "the limited " or "the tired " is not in their interest reproduction of copies of their works.
Prepare the canvas with 7 or 8 layers of mixture , prior to painting.
Has the sketch in your mind and start painting , painting from 7 am to 6 pm daily, taking the works for a while and let the hidden not tired of
seeing them , when gets his desire to follow that work on the continuous .
Permanent re-readings of the social issues ago, you had not considered "stages ," the pint that comes in mind you when it happens . So , we
work within your field situations , harvest , vineyard, religious themes , city, football etc. . But always in each work leaves a very small sector
between the tumultuous representation, where the viewer will find a "clear , a break " to complete us the whole painting in its many forms
either a river, a field, a construction , public transport etc. .
Use a high and saturated palette , playing and creating a unique and original range of colors for each work, after finishing the work applied the
black shade, "You never did that , when you 're new and unsure covers the entire composition of shadows not to risk too much. "
It is a carefree use of technical man , sure of what he wants to do and when painting ; done with care , love and vocation as only the great
masters of painting have practiced .

I take classes with maestro Osvaldo and Roberto Dubatti Tessi .
His series :

It works done in tribute to Berni, Van Gogh, Rivera and Boca Juniors. Produce works all year round and does not follow a set or
predetermined stage . Reviewing ancient works of artist , one can detect the high technical and aesthetic evolution but can not be
differentiated stages. His great subject is the understood social realism, not as a criticism but as a reflection of what we see everyday with our
daily life and always with a hopeful look , that differentiates it markedly from the Latin American avant-garde of the early twentieth century.

Awards :

His work " A return More " won First Prize at the International Competition " ARTEPunta 2013 " awarded by the jury of the fair. Punta del Este,
Uruguay .

- His work " Unemployed " won First Prize in the international competition " Perspectives of Latin America 2004 " by the American Academy
of Ophthalmology .
- Mention in 2008 and 2010 Sacred Art Biennale organized by the Episcopal Vicariate of culture.
Pictorial Work:

With traits of Mexican muralist and Carpani , and the sense and social sensitivity Antonio Berni, this artist has an original compositional
imprint , their colors do agree with someone, but it is not. His compositions can have traits of many artists but it unique . These features
described above make his work unique , original and admirable parts.
The viewer is amazed and caught by the colors of the compositions , the large size of the pieces helps create this feeling of awe , nothing is
alien ; color blocks , the composition moves and magnitude of the work is impressive , anyone who has been in front of a work of Pablo Solari
will realize this .
It's a great Argentinean artist producing for people, not for their peers. They have works by him , important personalities and institutions such
Also private collections of Chile, Brazil, USA , France, Switzerland, England, Spain , Switzerland , Thailand, Australia and Peru have work of
this artist .


The artist plans to show his work in Argentina , continue their presence in the auction market in different scenarios and abroad , whether in
public or private spaces , as well as can be in important events, biennials and art fairs .
The goal for the coming years is that his work continue its position in Latin America managing to visit several countries and being an
exponent of Latin American culture across the continent and in Europe. From the aesthetic pleasure to the strong investment in Artwork , Paul
Solari is an undisputed reference to consider for a public or private collection.
Gustavo Perino
Bachelor Evaluation and Valuation of Works of Art

Interview with Paul Solari :
Self-taught, defined his artistic vocation from an early age (4 years old) , he began his study of children's art workshops , until he decides not
copy more , found in the painting itself , and be identified by your personal painting.
Start studying the Classics , bypassing contemporaries (ie at 13 years old) . This takes as its great master Giotto , Michelangelo also studied
( from whom the anatomical study and chromatic freedom ) , Fra Angelico, Caravaggio , Raphael (on the finishing touches) , Fortuny, Van
Gogh ( its color ) , and the Mexican muralists Orozco, Rivera and Siqueiros.
He identifies with the mural , so plays his paintings as only part of a scene, such as a small portion of a large mural. Under the concept of the
camera, which select only a part, and not all. But that small portion represents the whole.
Not only self-taught studies in the Classics , but also Comics , Cartoon, advertising techniques, and above all is perfect in the drawing , which
will be the basis of his painting , to the point of not making sketches , and once mentally defined the work, dumps directly on the white canvas ,
this as an expression of creative freedom , and reasoned , but without following a sketch , considering this act as copying .
Deepened his study drawing, human anatomy, in objects, in the incidences of light and dark , in the light and shadow , so that the paint does
not take anything to paint , but it shows your imagination , deducting their chromatic and how all influences. His painting is " rational " for both
staff comes from within. As he sees .
Having studied all styles, took only what interested him technically , not fundamentals, then discarding , not to be influenced in their mode of
expression .
Fully identifies with the Italian classics to which they incorporated a Latin American air.
It is defined as "interior Realistic " because looking paint the inside of man and not the outside, so discarded hyperrealism . Looking to
capture the feeling, the suffering and the joy of man, but not in a desperate situation, but normal everyday life, with hopes forever.
In the composition of his works, not follow the color or compositional rules , not to lose his creative freedom. But looking overall harmony ,
clarity of the message you want to represent and unity of the work.
In color , look for " play create color" , so that does not use pure colors, but always puts a touch of another color, making mixtures between
opposite and complementary . Seeking and achieving a brilliance of colors, your personal way of linking them in the work.
Seeks to highlight the light, look around , playing the Actual picture of HD , where to see everything, even the smallest detail.
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Boletin Y Sopa - Oleo Sobre Tela - 60 x 110 - Ano 2007
Psyberfulbito -Oleo Sobre Tela - 100 x 100 - Ano 2009
El Descendimiento  - Oleo Sobre Chapadur - Ano 1992
Tren Al Poniente - 116 x 115 Oleo Sobre Tela - Ano 2010
Los Castores  - Oleo Sobre Tela - 100 x 120 Ano 2009
Dignidad  - Oleo Sobre Tela - 70 x 62 - Ano 2001
Estacion Terminal - Oleo Sobre Tela - 120 x 140  - Ano 2004
La Feria  - Oleo Sobre Tela - 120 x 140  -Ano 2007
Good Monday
La Zafra  - Oleo Sobre Tela - 160 x 200 - Ano 2003