Walking India Series by Pablo Ramirez Arnol
About Argentine Art
The Argentina Republic, since its creation, was characterized by a wealth of creative visual arts. It is a land rich in the crafts, the colours and techniques of master craftsmen from the native population. Its visual history speaks at length of artists & travellers in vigorous search of new trends & pictorial models, collectors & lovers of good art and also artists who discovered a breakthrough in models for future generations. Towards the end of the last century, we find profound political changes in America that led to new actors in the artistic arena, as is in the case of Latin American Muralism to show how often they emerge from their own history as a country, the possible languages that allow to us translate the feelings of people.
Pablo is fascinated with the hustle in Mumbai, the hi-rise buildings, the ocean and much more, as he explores the city. He has created a unique collection of watercolour paintings, ‘Walking India’, showcasing these visuals.
“We are living in a world without borders and when we express ourselves through the medium of art there is no language. Today, culture and the arts in Argentina are inextricably linked — the arts being an excellent way to understand the rich culture of the country. Argentina’s fascinating art & culture is an eclectic mix of strong European influences fused with indigenous tradition. The country’s history has given rise to passionate creative expression through art, literary, music and cinematic production and diverse architecture. From the tango to the traditional fiestas, Argentina continues to grow as an artistic and cultural role model throughout the Americas.” — Jalpa H Vithalani, Creative Head & Director, Cosmic Heart Gallery
Message from The Consulate General and Promotion Centre of the Argentine
QUOTE BY ACTING CONSUL GENERAL, ALEJANDRO ZOTHNER MEYER,
“Argentina has a long and rich history of artists from the various fields of performing arts, music, literature, architecture, cinema and visual arts. The works of some of our most renowned artists have found a place amongst the most recognized collections in galleries across the world. Muralist Pablo Ramirez Arnol is among the new breed of Argentine artists, whose work is a representation of the Latin American/Mexican school of Muralism. We are happy to be associating with Cosmic Art Gallery as they give us the opportunity to encourage and support Argentine art and artists like him.”
Read more on: http://cgmum.cancilleria.gov.ar/en