Oblong Contemporary Gallery presents Resilient Intuition by Pablo Dana from the 16th of March till the 31st of March.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; It is the courage to continue that counts”– Winston Churchill
DUBAI, 4th March 2022 – Pablo Dana an Italian/Swiss artist exhibits “Resilient Intuition” for the first time to the public this March at Oblong Contemporary Gallery. The title is concluded by the idea that creations arise from the very depths of our beings and expressed spontaneously. Coupling intuitiveness and spontaneity, his works express a channel to explore sarcasm with the materialistic world with our memories and phantasm.
From the hectic day to day life, Pablo chooses to ‘escape’ by creating and painting. Since lockdown, Pablo has been transforming his work into a substantially figurative line. He draws inspiration from multiple encounters, whether it be magazines, books or catalogues. Some of his paintings count an impressive over 600 finely cut images re-ordered to give birth to a new piece of art making it truly his own.
He plays with epoxy resins, clear glue and acrylic to create tri-dimensional structures.
Exhibition: Resilient Intuition by Pablo Dana
Dates: 16th March – 31st March
Location: Oblong Contemporary Gallery, BlueWaters Island, Dubai
Timings: 10am – 10pm, everyday
About the Artist:
Pablo was born in to an Italian and Swiss family of art collectors in the year 1967 in Ferrara, Italy. His passion for art started at a very young age focusing on yacht designing. It was only in his late thirties did he start to mix different techniques such as sand, resins and make up powders.
His late grandfather owned the renowned Art Gallery “La Galerie des Moulins” in Monte Carlo where artists such as Arman César and Vigny had their talents discovered and pursued.
His parents leaned more toward Archeology while traveling through Central and South America. They moved to Europe in the late 70s and started to discover Italian Contemporary artists.
Pablo’s first exhibition was in 2004 at Galerie Niederhauser in Lausanne where the majority of the lots were sold to collectors around the world.