Light Pink; Series Zone, 2003

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Description: Medium Painting
Materials Resin over resin
Certificate of authenticity Included (issued by gallery)
Frame Not included

Size: 16 x 24 IN

40.64 x 60.96 CM

Vendor:Gabriel Delponte, Argentina, b. 1975

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Gabriel Delponte, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1975

Gabriel del Ponte's autobiography reflects a remarkable journey deeply intertwined with education, travel, and the profound impact of contemporary art on the evolving landscape of our society. This rich tapestry of experiences laid the foundation for his early immersion in the realm of contemporary art, providing fertile ground for the development of his creative process and studio work. Within his expansive repertoire, he deftly navigates a diverse array of artistic disciplines.

A self-taught visual artist, Gabriel del Ponte has left an indelible mark on both the national and international art scenes, showcasing his prolific body of work to audiences worldwide. His notable exhibitions include a 2017 showcase at the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, South Carolina, aptly titled "Zone Painting." Notably, in 2004, he graced the Clementine Gallery with his captivating installation, "Chorus," at the iconic Rockefeller Center in New York City. Further afield, his artistic endeavors have been featured in exhibitions such as "Labuan Pearl," commemorating the Argentine Bicentennial at the Plaza Defensa Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and "More Holes than Coherence" at the Bogota-Colombia Chamber of Commerce.

Gabriel del Ponte's artistic footprint extends across the globe, encompassing "American Pearl" in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Paik Hae Young Gallery with "Untitled" in Seoul, Korea, and the Karpio Gallery in San José, Costa Rica, to name just a few. His participation in prestigious events like Art Basel Miami and Art Basel Switzerland underscores his international acclaim and prominence in the art world.

Notably, Gabriel del Ponte earned an Honorable Mention for his collection at the esteemed Amalia Lacroze Fortabat Museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a testament to the profound impact of his work on the art scene. His artistic contributions have also been recognized through inclusion in notable publications such as "Inside Insight Gallerien 1945 Bis Heute" and "International Art Galleries post-war post Millennium," authored by Uta Grosenich and Raimar Strange, further solidifying his position as a revered artist in the corporate and international art spheres.