Pablo Contrisciani is an Argentinean artist residing in Miami since 1998.
He earned his Masters in Painting at the National University of Fine Arts of La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has recently participated in exhibitions at Arch Gallery & Karpio-Facchini Gallery, Miami; Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York; Light Contemporary, London; Mackey Gallery, Houston; Solar Art Gallery, East Hampton and Art Center South Florida, Miami
He has exhibited also in the Art Fairs: Scope London; Scope New York and Scope Miami; Art Toronto; Fiac Paris; Art Miami and Arte Americas. His work has been reviewed in publications such as Art in America; Art Nexus; Arte al Dia; New Times and Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald.
Pablo Contrisciani’s works are held by public and corporate collectors from USA, Latin America and Europe
Designated Professor's Assistant of Painting in the Department of Fine Arts, UNLP, Buenos Aires, Argentina, accepting this position for five years.
Studying privately with the Artists Domingo Falcon Lima, Aurelio Machi, and Luis Felipe Noe.
MFA. Painting specialization, with profesorial license, National University of La Plata (UNLP), Buenos Aires, Argentina, studying with professors Anibal Carreno and Raul Moneta.
Received professorial License in Fine Arts.
Received Master's in Fine Arts with concentration in Painting. The Master's Thesis was presented in the form of an individual exhibition in the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Received scholarship award in Fine Arts, Painting Section, through competition on a National level awarded by the Fondo Nacional del las Artes.
Worked as Professor of Painting in the Escuela Municipal de Arte de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Study-Oriented travel throughout Europe and North Africa, with extended stays in Roma, Italy,. and Madrid, Spain.
Lived and -worked in New York City.
Moved to Miami, and accepted as a Resident Artist in the Art Center South Florida.
Work as a Painting Instructor interruplty in several Art courses at the Art Center South Florida.