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Pablo Caviedes

Studio Building
Studio Interior
Studio Location
"On the Map" Obama’s Portrait in 3D, painting, acrylic on wood, 70 x 70 x 20 inches
"Coal Background," carving on slate stone, piece 1, 2, 3 - 12 x 12 inches each.
"On the Map" Andy Warhol´s Portrait, art object, mixed media, 19 ½ x 19 ½ x 13 ½ inches
"On the Map" Andy Warhol´s Portrait in 3D, painting, acrylic on wood, 60 x 60 x 20 inches
Animation Video "On the Map, Pop Art" Summary of images, film projected into plexiglass pyramid
Artist's Statement

My artistic process reflects my life experience in that it is constantly shifting and being shaped by the cultures of the places in which I have lived - Ecuador (my native country), Paris, Barcelona, and currently New York. It developed through the study of concepts and subjects that either touched or intrigued me, such as the coexistence of human beings with nature. This is evident in my longer series of works "Entre blanco oscuro y Negros claros," "Los Ungulados," "Griots," "Silencio," "Mannequin," "NO-MA-DA," and more recently "On the Map." Some address issues involving social matters, such as the serious political and economic crisis that led to the largest migration in Ecuador, and, in my latest series, the complexity of the origins and identity of the American people as a product of on-going immigration, while others are explorations in aesthetics, such as my study of monochromatic colors.


Pablo Caviedes: Born in 1971 in Cotacachi, Ecuador, Pablo Caviedes is universally recognized as a preeminent force within the emerging 21st Century US-Latino transcultural art-scene. He has been exhibiting his work for more than twenty five years. In fact, since 1990, his amazing images have graced several prominent venues in Ecuador; in addition to prestigious exhibits in Paris, France; Barcelona and Madrid, Spain; Lublin, Poland; Lecce and Trento, Italy; Washington, D.C.; Oakland, California; and Ponce, Puerto Rico. After moving to Manhattan in 2001, he regularly displayed his imaginative, shamanic, and animistic work throughout New York City, along with participating in critically acclaimed group and solo shows within the greater metropolitan area.

Art Studies:

École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, (France)
Superior Technical Institute of Plastic Arts “Daniel Reyes”, (Ecuador)