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buenos aires_argentina, 1986. lives and works in valencia_spain

From the works of Felipe Pantone, neon gradients, geometric shapes, optical patterns, and irregular grids emerge, as can be seen in Variabilidade sSubtractiva P2 [Subtractive Variability P2], Variabilidade sSubtractiva P3, and Variabilidade sSubtractiva P4, a series executed in 2020. In While looking at Pantone’s production, viewers get a sense of vibration from it as they move around. To achieve this effect, the artist uses 3D modeling software, which can then be reflected in frescoes, murals, paintings, and even sculptures.

Born in Buenos Aires, Felipe Pantone moved with his family to Spain, where he developed the majority of his work. In the city of Valencia, he participated in the creation of the collective: Equipo D.O.C.S., known for their experiences with letters and symbols, while continuing to evolve develop his own style of vanguard graffiti, which later led to him being part of the European group Ultra Boyz.

Pantone’s work has been shown in Europe, America, Australia, and Asia, with exhibitions in galleries all around the world, including the transformation of a 1994 Chevrolet Corvette into a futuristic object, and several public workspieces, such as the painting of the largest mural in Portugal. Among his most notable remarkable public installations are the murals commissioned by the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (France), the mosaic at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain), the murals on the two buildings of the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico) and the Optichromie mural commissioned by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative, in Buffalo (USA).

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