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Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Cuban painter, active in the USA. He left Cuba in 1960 and settled in New York, where from 1966 to 1969 he studied at the School of Visual Arts. He was a protagonist of the neo-expressionist movement that emerged in New York in the 1970s (...


Horacio Safons

Argentine painter. He was self-taught and came to prominence in the early 1980s as part of a current of Neo-expressionism and New Image painting that related to international developments emanating from Europe and the USA. He favoured schematic images presented as signs, their flatness counteracted only by the sensations of space induced by his use of colour and texture. He often incorporated written inscriptions into his pictures, as in a series entitled ...


Bolivian, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1951, in Cochabamba.


Vladimir Rojas studied at the Cochabamba school of fine arts. He takes an Expressionist approach and his liberal application of paint with a knife reveals the influence of Vlaminck.

He has taken part in collective exhibitions and has also shown his work in several solo exhibitions in Bolivia from ...


Uruguayan, 20th – 21st century, female.

Born 1947.

Collage artist.

Ana Salcovsky uses collage and a bright palette. She borrows her technique from advertising, producing works that are figurative, dynamic and expressionist.