Firenze Colors I
Pedro Sandoval in collaboration with D-ART presents in commemoration of the Gold Medal of the Biennale of Florence a collection of 10 paintings of the series: Firenze Colors, works made in an extremely light but resistant canvas in Carbon Fiber.
Color, with its range and scale, is always the main actor in the paintings of the author, his language is the gestural, lyrical abstraction, drips and materialized brushstrokes.
Firenze Colors I . Mixed technique. 122 x 122 x 15 cm
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Selection of most important collections
Vatican Museum Collection. The Vatican.
Collection of the White House. Washington DC, USA.
Kennedy Collection. New York, USA
Trump Collection. New York, USA
Permanent Collection Solomon Guggenheim Foundation, Soho Room. New York.
Boca Raton Museum of Contemporary Art. Florida, USA.
Permanent Collection of the National Library of Spain. Madrid, Spain.
Permanent Collection Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art. Miami. Petit Palais. Geneva, Switzerland.
Leo Castelli Permanent Collection Gallery. New York, USA.
Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Milan. Italy.
Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Osaka. Japan.
Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Lima. Lima, Peru.
Permanent Collection of the Ateneo of the Sucre State. Cumana, Venezuela.
Permanent Collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Caracas Venezuela.
Permanent Collection Gallery Paulina Ríeloff, New York Design Center. New York, USA.
Permanent collection Avant Gallery. Miami, Florida, USA. Florencio de la Fuente
Museum of the Contemporary Art. Valencia, Spain.
Permanent Collection of the Embassy of the Principality of Monaco.
2015 Gold Medal – Bienniale of Florence, Italy
2012 Award for Excellence in Painting of the Circle of Readers. Madrid, Spain
2009 Decoration ” Dignity and Homeland Order” Congress of Colombia.
2006 Álvaro Mutis Contemporary Art Award. Madrid, Spain.
1994 Group Award to the best artists at the II Bienniale of Contemporary Art of the Caribbean, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
1993 First Prize, Municipal Salon of Visual Arts, Caracas, Venezuela.
1993 Group Award for Best Plastic Proposal, Bienniale of Contemporary Art, Nigeria, Africa.
1992 First Prize, National Salon of Sucre State, Cumana, Venezuela.