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PABLO ATCHUGARRY


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PABLO ATCHUGARRY IN DIALOGUE WITH LUCIO FONTANA

The block of marble extracted from the quarry is a page waiting to be written, a mystery to be repeated every time the sculptor holds his chisel over the stone. The surface welcomes the surprise of a gesture that goes beyond thought. Pablo Atchugarry is well aware of this, as was Lucio Fontana when he experimented with the perceptual darkness that opened up beyond the cuts he inflicted on the canvas, not as a desecration but as a promise of new spaces, of new creative solutions. Fontana stated in his “Manifesto Blanco”, published in Buenos Aires in 1946, that “an art based on forms created by the subconscious and balanced by reason constitutes a true expression of existence and is the synthesis of a moment in time”. Some time later, he would create “spatialism” and put these convictions into practice. Both Fontana and Atchugarry were born in Latin America: the former in Rosario in Santa Fe and the latter in Montevideo. Both their artistic journeys began with figuration; their shared change of direction towards non-figuration maturing when they arrived in Italy. If Fontana, with his revolutionary and provocative approach, met the third dimension by crossing the threshold that had previously been protected by mystery and the risk of what lay beyond, for Atchugarry it was a question of penetrating to the heart of a mystery that was not deliberately planned. In fact, unlike many sculptors, he does not rely on a drawing on paper: the block of marble, even when it is monumental in size, welcomes rapid outlines in charcoal, so as to indicate a starting point, a place where the chisel or pneumatic hammer can begin its sampling. It is only as he is completely enveloped by the resulting cloud of dust that he guesses the direction of the path, as if his hand finds in the folds of the slowly becoming structure the suggestion of subsequent investigation; this is the starting point for the pleasure of discovering the mystery that places thought and the continued surprise of a form revealed beyond the limits of thought itself in magical syntony. Pablo then relies on the suggestions of the material to question its soul, to extract a rhythmic, sinuous seduction that glows with a harmony that can be shared, the harmony that Lucio was able to bring out from the canvas following the wound inflicted, thereby provoking renewed amazement. Something not always shared by his artist friends. In a letter dated 12 May 1953, he responded as follows to Tullio Mazzotti (also known as Tullio d’Albissola), his ceramicist of reference: “Whatever you say about holes, it is from holes that the direction of the new art will filter out, purified (Giotto told me so in Padua, then Donatello confirmed it)”. A direction that exalts harmony. The supreme, delicate and palpable harmony that is extracted by Atchugarry from the stone, to be carried on the edge of a classicism that becomes a memory of the present and a projection of the future. The rhythmical proposition of a reason linked to the idea of the drapery couples with the seed of a past that is transformed and becomes a preparatory intention, a reason for further creative suggestion. To look beyond is also to look within oneself and within the world that grows from the seed inherited from a distant time. A world to be explored beyond any wall, beyond any suggestion of investigation. Atchugarry stops each time to contemplate the immense block of life, and then cuts into his own life as he cuts into the stone, digging it out, extracting the sublime juice of surprise from it; likewise Fontana stood before the pristine canvas waiting for the gap, whether surgical or coarse, to open up the direction to another truth, one that is not an easy aesthetic compromise. “My art has never been controversial but contemporary” he affirmed, and with this statement made us understand

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that he wanted to interpret the direction of the time that belonged to him with all the transformations taking place. And to achieve this he also availed himself of a tradition with distant roots, as recalled by Guido Ballo: “Considering the development in Fontana’s language, (...) we can say this: he speaks of a new medium in art (...) but in the end, the means he uses are extremely ancient: ceramics, earth, stones, (...), iron, canvas, paper, card; and the effects, while they are unprecedented from an expressive point of view, would like to take us into the future (they make that clear), but more decisively they lead us back to the beginning”. Atchugarry also works with his hands and makes use of the recurring gesture inherited over the centuries to question the material with patient and curious attention (whether the material in question is white Carrara statue marble or Portuguese pink marble) to decipher the path to be taken and to reveal the conclusive result. The meaning of an art that is beyond any commercial measure or fashionable consumption lies in the initial contemplation of a hypothetical “blank page” to be cut into and from which to extract one’s own story, and consequently the history of one’s time. As it was for Lucio, it is today for Pablo. Luciano Caprile

Photo Ugo Mulas. Copyright © Ugo Mulas Heirs. All rights reserved


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Lucio Fontana, Concetto Spaziale, Attese, 1964. Waterpaint on canvas, 81 x 100 cm Milano, Fondazione Lucio Fontana - Copyright Š Fondazione Lucio Fontana


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UNTITLED, 2018. Statuary Carrara marble, h 35 x 28 x 6 cm


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UNTITLED, 2018. Statuary Carrara marble, h 45,5 x 30 x 27 cm


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UNTITLED, 2018. Statuary Carrara marble, h 68 x 15,5 x 13 cm


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UNTITLED, 2018. Statuary Carrara marble, h 45 x 21,5 x 20,5 cm


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MOVEMENT IN THE WORLD, 2014. Statuary Carrara marble, h 835 cm

COSMIC EMBRACE, 2005/11. Statuary Carrara marble, h 850 x 159 x 146 cm


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LUZ Y ENERGÍA DE PUNTA DEL ESTE, 2009. Statuary Carrara marble, h 500 x 160 x 90 cm

NEL CAMMINO DELLA LUCE, 2006. Statuary Carrara marble, h 830 cm


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DREAMING OF PEACE, 2003. Statuary Carrara marble and Grey Bardiglio marble Group of eight sculptures created for the 50th Venice Biennal


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DREAMING NEW YORK, 2011. Statuary Carrara marble, h 188 x 77 x 27 cm (Times Square, New York, 2012)


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UNTITLED, 2006. Bronze with paint, h 204 x 60,5 x 56 cm

MONUMENTO ALLA CIVILTA’ E CULTURA DEL LAVORO LECCHESE, 2002. Statuary Carrara marble, h 620 cm


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IL GRANDE ANGELO, 2006. Statuary Carrara marble, h 325 x 93 x 41 cm

FREE SPIRIT, 2011. Statuary Carrara marble, h 295 x 110 x 40 cm


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LA VOZ DE LA MONTAÑA, 2014. Statuary Carrara marble, h 480 x 181 x 85 cm

UNTITLED, 1999. Statuary Carrara marble, h 290 x 120 x 90 cm Groeninge Museum Collection, Belgium


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INCONTRO DI LUCE, 2016. Statuary Carrara marble, h 260 x 70 x 44 cm

THE SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE, 2008. Pink Portugal marble, h 252 x 65 x 41 cm


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LA PORTE DE RÊVES, 1995. Statuary Carrara marble, h 160 x 120 x 70 cm

ENCUENTRO DE AMOR, 2017. Statuary Carrara marble, h 350 x 100 x 60 cm


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FUTURO, 2018. Statuary Carrara marble, h 477 x 120 x 90 cm

NEST OF DREAMS, 2013. COR-TEN steel, h 1170 cm


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VERSO LE STELLE, 2016. Stainless steel, h 600 x Ø 210 cm

ENDLESS EVOLUTION, 2015. Stainless steel, h 700 x Ø 210 cm


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INCONTRO, 2016. Stainless steel, h 870 x Ø 240 cm

LIFE AFTER LIFE, 2015. Olive wood, h 540 cm


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FUNDACIÓN PABLO ATCHUGARRY, Manantiales (Uruguay)


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With FERNANDS HUTS at the installation of Movement in the World, Beveren (Belgium), 2014


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LUCÍA TOPOLANSKY (Uruguayan Senator), JOSÉ MUJICA (President of Uruguay), and HÉCTOR LESCANO (Minister of Tourism) visits the Fundación Pablo Atchugarry, 2011


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FUNDACIÓN PABLO ATCHUGARRY, Manantiales (Uruguay)


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DAVID ROCKEFELLER visits the Fundaciรณn Pablo Atchugarry, 2016


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DAVID ROCKEFELLER visits Pablo Atchugarry exhibition in Hollis Taggart Galleries (NY), 2016

With MICHAEL DOUGLAS at Hollis Taggart Galler​ies (NY), 2011


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Rendering of new ATCHUGARRY ART CENTER, Miami (USA)


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HELMUT and RUDOLF SCHIFFLER visits the Fundaciรณn Pablo Atchugarry, 2013


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TOMรS REGALADO (Mayor of Miami) visits the Fundaciรณn Pablo Atchugarry, 2017

With CARLOS OTT in Paris, 2018


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Rendering of new ATCHUGARRY ART CENTER, Miami (USA)


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Pablo Atchugarry at Michelangelo quarry, Carrara (Italy), 2001


BIOGRAPHY

Pablo Atchugarry was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 23 August 1954. His parents, Maria Cristina Bonomi and Pedro Atchugarry Rizzo, passionate art enthusiasts, identified Pablo’s artistic talent and interest when he was still a child and encouraged him to pursue a career as an artist. In his earliest works, he expressed himself through painting, gradually discovering other materials such as cement, iron and wood. In 1971, his first cement sculpture was entitled Horse; this was followed by other cement and iron sculptures including Escriturasimbólica (1974), Estructuracósmica (1974), Metamorfosisprehistórica (1974), Maternidad (1974) and Metamorfosisfemenina (1974).cIn the late 1970s, after taking part in several exhibitions in Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Puerto Alegre and Brasilia, Atchugarry made a number of trips to Europe to study and perfect his art. He travelled to Spain, France and Italy, where he mounted his first solo exhibition in Lecco in 1978. His paintings were subsequently exhibited in a variety of European cities, including Milan, Copenhagen, Paris, Chur, Bergamo and Stockholm. After experimenting with a range of different materials, in 1979 Atchugarry discovered the extraordinary elegance of marble and he carved his first sculpture in Carrara, entitled La Lumière. His first monumental sculpture carved from Carrara marble was completed in 1982. That same year, the artist settled permanently in Lecco, working on the sculpture La Pietà, carved from a single block of marble weighing 12 tonnes. In 1987, he held his first solo sculpture exhibition in Bramantino’s Crypt in Milan, curated by Raffaele de Grada. Late 1996 saw the installation of the sculptureSemilla de la Esperanza in the monumental sculpture park in the grounds of Uruguay’s government building. In 1999, the artist founded the Museo Pablo Atchugarry in Lecco to house works spanning his entire career alongside bibliographical documentation and an archive. Twenty years after his arrival in Italy, the Province of Milan organised a retrospective of Atchugarry’s work entitled “The Infinite Evolutions of Marble” at the Palazzo Isimbardi in Milan. In the same year, he sculpted his first monumental work entitled the Obelisk of the Third Millennium, a six-metre-high Carrara marble sculpture for the Italian town of Manzano (Udine). He also won the competition to created Lecco’s Monument to theCulture and Civilisation of Work, a sculpture in white Bernini marble also six metres high and weighing in at 30 tonnes. In 2002, Pablo Atchugarry was awarded the “Michelangelo” prize in Carrara in recognition of his career as an artist. He was also committed to a range of projects that year, including the Idealssculpture, which stands on Avenue Princesse Grace in Monaco and was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the coronation of Prince Rainier. In 2003, he participated in the 50th Venice Biennale - International Art Exhibition with the sculpture Soñando la paz, a work consisting of eight pieces, five in Carrara marble and three in Bardiglio della Garfagnana marble. Also in 2003, he sculpted Ascension for the Fundació Fran Daurel in Barcelona. In 2004, he carved Vital Energy, a Portuguese pink marble sculpture for the BellinsonCenter in Petah Tikva, Israel, and the following year the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires staged an exhibition of his work. From June to November 2006, the Groeningemuseum in Bruges, Belgium held a major retrospective exhibition of the artist’s career, including works from international private collections; in the same year, the Museu Coleção Berardo in Portugal acquired Vital Path.

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In early 2007, Atchugarry opened the Fundación Pablo Atchugarry in Manantiales, Uruguay, with the aim of providing a stimulus for the arts and creating a place for artists of all disciplines to meet in an ideal location that combines nature and art. In the same year, he completed an eight-metre-high monumental work In the Light, carved from a single 48-tonne block of marble, for the Collezione Fontana in Italy. In 2007-2008, a retrospective exhibition dedicated to his work entitled The Plastic Space of Light was held in Brazil, accompanied by a critical text written by Luca Massimo Barbero. Initially staged at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Centre in Brasilia, the exhibition travelled to the MuBe (Museu Brasiliero da Escultura) in São Paulo and the Museu Oscar Niemeyer in Curitiba. In 2008, the Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales in Montevideo dedicated a retrospective exhibition to Atchugarry’s work of the preceding 15 years. In 2009 Atchugarry created the work Luz y Energía de Punta del Este, carved from a single five-metre-high block of Carrara marble, for the hundredth anniversary of the city of Punta del Este. In 2011, after seven years of work, he completed Cosmic Embrace, carved from a 56-tonne, 8.5-metre-high block of marble, and the same year the Hollis Taggart Galleries in New York organised a solo show, curated by Jonathan Goodman. In March 2012, the Times Square Alliance association selected Dreaming New York to be exhibited in Times Square during The Armory Show Art Fair in New York City. In April 2014, the 8.35-metre-high Carrara marble sculpture Movement in the World was installed in the town of Kallo-Beveren, Belgium. In late 2013, Mondadori Electa published the Catalogo Generale della scultura, two volumes edited by Professor Carlo Pirovano cataloguing every sculpture produced by the artist between 1971 and 2013. The Museu Brasiliero da Escultura in São Paulo, Brazil dedicated a major retrospective to the artist’s work, entitled “A Viagem pela matéria” (A Journey Through th Material), from July to September 2014. The exhibition “Eternal City, eternal marbles”, featuring 40 sculptures, was exhibited at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali - Mercati di Traiano in Rome from 22 May 2015 to 7 February 2016. The same year in June, the sculpture “Endless Evolution” was inaugurated in the sculpture park of the Perez Art Museum Miami. In May 2018, after forthy years, Pablo come back to Paris with a solo show exhibition at the Opera Gallery. Pablo Atchugarry’s works have also been exhibited at the following museums and public institutions: Museo Nacional de ArtesVisuales, Montevideo; Museo del Parco, Portofino; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires; Museo Lercaro, Bologna; Collezione della Provincia di Milano a Palazzo Isimbardi; Collezione della Provincia di Lecco; Fundació Fran Daurel, Barcelona; Groeningemuseum, Bruges; Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon; Pérez Art Museum, Miami; The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami; Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk; Museo Brasilero da Escultura, São Paulo. Atchugarry currently lives and works between Lecco and Manantiales, where he oversees the development of the Fundación Pablo Atchugarry, with an international monumental sculpture park, as well as teaching and promoting art.


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SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018

Boon Gallery Opera Gallery

Knokke Le-Zoute Paris

2017

Fundación Pablo Atchugarry Palazzo del Parco

Manantiales Diano Marina

2016

Albemarle Gallery Boon Gallery Hollis Taggart Galleries

London Knokke Le-Zoute New York

2015 Mercati di Traiano, Musei dei Fori Imperiali Roma Expo 2015, Uruguayan Pavillion Milano Paulo Darzé galeria de arte Salvador/Bahia Costantini Art Gallery Milano Art Stage Singapore Singapore 2014 Palazzo del Parco Diano Marina Bologna Fiere SH Contemporary Shanghai Museu Brasileiro da Escultura São Paulo Arte Fiera Bologna Albemarle Gallery London 2013 Fundacion Pablo Atchugarry Manantiales Hollis Taggart Galleries New York Museo MIIT Torino 2012

Albemarle Gallery

London

2011

Holllis Taggart Galleries

New York

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Albemarle Gallery Bienvenu Gallery

London New Orleans

2008

Albemarle Gallery Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales

London Montevideo

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Museu Oscar Niemeyer Museu Brasileiro da Escultura Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Lagorio Arte Contemporanea Frey Norris Gallery

Curitiba São Paulo Brasilia Brescia San Francisco

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Albemarle Gallery Groeninge Museum Galeria Sur Gary Nader Fine Art

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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Park Ryu Sook Gallery Gary Nader Fine Art

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Fondation Veranneman 50° Biennale di Venezia, Uruguay Pavillon Fondazione Abbazia di Rosazzo Galleria Les Chances de l’Art

Kruishoutem Venezia Rosazzo Bolzano

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Ellequadro Documenti

Genova

2001 Palazzo Isimbardi Milano Albemarle Gallery London Fondazione Il Fiore Firenze 2000

Galerie Le Point

Monte Carlo

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Inter-American Development Bank

Washington

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Ellequadro Documenti Fondation Veranneman Valente Arte Contemporanea

Genova Kruishoutem Finale Ligure

1997 Centro Fatebenefratelli Valmadrera 1994

Galleria Nuova Carini

Milano

1992

Galerie L’Oeil

Bruxelles

1991

Galleria Carini

Milano

1989

Biblioteca Civica di Lecco

Lecco

1988 Galleria Carini Milano Museo Salvini Coquio Trevisago 1983 Villa Manzoni Lecco 1982

Galeria Felix Galleria Visconti Galleria Comuale

Caracas Lecco Monza

1981

Ibis Gallery Galerie L’ Art et la Paix Galeria la Gruta

Malmo Paris Bogota

London Brugge Punta del Este, La Barra Miami

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Maison de l’ Amerique Latine

Paris

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Galleria Visconti Galleria La Colonna

Lecco Como

Buenos Aires Seoul Miami

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Galeria Lirolay

Buenos Aires

1972

Subte Municipal

Montevideo

2004 Galeria Tejeria Loppacher Punta del Este Galleria Rino Costa Valenza Villa Monastero Varenna Albemarle Gallery London

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Solo exhibition at MUSEU BRASILEIRO DA ESCULTURA, São Paulo (Brazil), 2014


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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

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2018 Tefaf New York Art Brussels Brussels Sp-arte São Paulo Art Basel Hong Kong Art Dubai Dubai Tefaf Maastricht Zona MACO Mexico City Arte Fiera Bologna BRAFA Brussels Este Arte Punta del Este 2017 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Art Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Expo Chicago Chicago Tefaf New York Sp-arte São Paulo Art Basel Hong Kong Art Dubai Dubai Tefaf Maastricht Zona MACO Mexico City Arte Fiera Bologna BRAFA Brussels Este Arte Punta del Este 2016 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Art Rio Rio de Janeiro Seattle Art Fair Seattle Point Art Monaco Monaco Art Cologne Koln Sp-arte São Paulo Tefaf Maastricht The Armory show New York BRAFA Brussels Arte Fiera Bologna Art Stage Singapore Singapore Este Arte Punta del Este 2015 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Fiac Paris Art Toronto Toronto Art Bo Bogotà Art Rio Rio de Janeiro Art International Istanbul Point Art Monaco Monaco Art Marbella Marbella Art Miami New York New York Sp-arte São Paulo Parc Lima Art Cologne Koln Mi Art Milan Art Basel Hong Kong The Armory show New York Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna

2014 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Fiac Paris Art Bo Bogota Art Rio Rio de Janeiro Arte Ba Buenos Aires Parc Lima SP Arte Sao Paulo Art Basel Hong Kong Black - Galleria Dep Art Milano Mi Art Milano The Armory show New York Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna 2013 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Pinta New York FIAC Paris Expo Chicago Chicago Art Bo Bogota HFAF Houston Art Rio Rio de Janeiro FIA Caracas Art South Hampton South Hampton Art Brussels Brussels Arte Ba Buenos Aires SP Arte Sao Paulo The Armory show New York Bianco Italia - Tornabuoni Art Paris Art Basel Hong Kong Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna 2012 Art Basel Miami Art Miami Miami Expo Chicago Chicago HFAF Houston Art Rio Rio de Janeiro SP Arte Sao Paulo ArteBa Buenos Aires The Armory show New York Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna 2011 Art Basel Miami Miami Fiac Paris ArteBa Buenos Aires SP Arte Sao Paulo Legacy Gallery Panama Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna 2010 Fiac Paris SP Arte Sao Paulo Tefaf Maastricht Arte Fiera Bologna


2009 Fiac Paris ArteBa Buenos Aires Arte Fiera Bologna 2008 Arco Madrid

1994 4a Biennal de Sculpture Contemporain

Passy

1992

Palazzo Crepadona 9° Salon d’ Art Contemporain

Belluno Bourg en Bresse

2007 Art First Bologna Arco Madrid Galeria Sur Punta del Este

1991

Contemporary Art International

Milano

1990

Simposio di sculture, Castello di Nelson

Bronte

2006 Hollis Taggart Galleries New York ArteFiera Bologna Art London London Gallery Bienvenu New Orleans

1989

IX Bienal de Arte Internacional de Valparaiso Chile

2005 ArteFiera Bologna Art Basel Miami 2004 Art London London Mi Art Milano xArco Madrid Arte Fiera Bologna 2003 Arco Madrid Artefiera Bologna 2002 Galerie Le Point Monte Carlo Tefaf Maastricht Arco Madrid Artefiera Bologna 2001 Tefaf Maastricht Arco Madrid Artefiera Bologna 2000 Xenobio Exhibition Bologna Tefaf Maastricht Arco Madrid Artefiera Bologna 1999 Orion Art Gallery Bruxelles Art Basel Basel Tefaf Maastricht Arco Madrid Artefiera Bologna 1998 Biennale di Aldo Roncaglia San Felice S. P. Scultura 98 Sondrio Castle of Bourglinster Luxembourg Artefiera Bologna 1997

Gildo Pastor Center Artefiera

Monte Carlo Bologna

1996

Palazzo Ducale

Genova

1995

Ellequadro Documenti

Genova

1987 Esposizione Internazionale di sculture Esposizione di Arte Sacra, San Francesco Esposizione Internazionale “Como Illustrazioni” 7a Expo d’ Arte Sacra, S. Simpliciano

Castellanza Como Como Milano

1984 XIX Esposizione Internazionale di Scultura 1a Esposizione di piccole sculture

Legnano Castellanza

1983 3a Esposizione d’Arte Sacra - S. Simpliciano

Milano

1980

Taormina concorso (1º Premio)

Taormina

1979

“Alessandro Volta“ Pittura internazionale

Como

1977

XL Salón Nacional - Premio Adquisicion Montevideo International Exhibition of Applied Arts Bella Center Copenhagen

1976

Galeria Aramayo Salón de Miniescultura

Montevideo Montevideo

1975

XVI International Salón Paris - Sud

Juvisy

1974

XXII Salón Municipal XV International Salón Paris - Sud

Montevideo Juvisy

1973

XXVI Salón Nacional de Artes Plásticas

Montevideo

1972

XXVI Salón Municipal de Artes Plásticas

Montevideo

1965

IGE Salón de Artes Plásticas para la juventud Montevideo

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Solo exhibition at MERCATI DI TRAIANO DEI FORI IMPERIALI, Rome (Italy), 2015


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LIST OF WORKS

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01 | UNTITLED, 2015 Statuary Carrara marble, h 37x20,5x8 cm

09 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 30,5x20x15 cm

02 | UNTITLED, 2015 Statuary Carrara marble, h 37,5x20,5x9,5 cm

10 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 37x16,5x16 cm

03 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 51x17,5x15,5 cm

11 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 45x18x9 cm

04 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 51,5x29x17,5 cm

12 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 49,5x17x8,5 cm

05 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 119x27,5x15 cm

13 | UNTITLED, 2016 Pink Portugal marble, h 62,5x21,5x8 cm

06 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 125x37,5x16,5 cm

14 | UNTITLED, 2016 Pink Portugal marble, h 46,5x16,5x16 cm

07 | NTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 30,5x19,5x14 cm

15 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 122x51x26 cm

08 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 40x14x7 cm

16 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 133x43x25 cm


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17 | UNTITLED, 2017 Pink Portugal marble, h 51,5x24,5x15,5 cm

25 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 132,5x43x25,5 cm

18 | UNTITLED, 2016 Pink Portugal marble, h 47x13x12 cm

26 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 132x45x25 cm

19 | UNTITLED 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 61,5x29x18 cm

27 | UNTITLED, 2015 Statuary Carrara marble, h 35x20,5x10,5 cm

20 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 72,5x27x16 cm

28 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 30,5x18,5x13,5 cm

21 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 44,5x19x18,5 cm

29 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 122x42x23 cm

22 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 43,5x18x14,5 cm

30 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 42x14x10 cm

23 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 40x13,5x13,5 cm

31 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 42x17x15,5 cm

24 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 40,5x14x13,5 cm

32 | UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 30x33,5x18 cm


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33 | UNTITLED, 2017 Pink Portugal marble, h 62x25x16 cm

41 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 45x20x13 cm

34 | UNTITLED, 2017 Pink Portugal marble, h 41x21,5x16 cm

42 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 72,5x27x21 cm

35 | UNTITLED, 2017 Statuary Carrara marble, h 132x43x26,5 cm

43 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 123x43x25 cm

36 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 123x45x25 cm

37 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 72x26x20 cm

38 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 42x20x15 cm

39 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 46x20x14 cm

40 | UNTITLED, 2018 Statuary Carrara marble, h 42,5x22x16 cm

UNTITLED, 2016 Statuary Carrara marble, h 42,5 x 16 x 11,5 cm


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PABLO ATCHUGARRY | Boon Gallery July 2018 First print run of 1300 catalogues Photographs by: Aurelio Amendola, Daniele Cortese, Alessio Gilardi, Lorena Larriestra, Silvana Neme, Nicolรกs Vidal Graphic design by: Quadrifolium Group Srl - Lecco (Italy) Printed by: Editoria Grafica Colombo - Valmadrera, Lecco (Italy)

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