New Artwork by Paco Pomet!

Paco Pomet’s work appears in Jet Fuel Review’s Issue #19! Check it out here!

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Social, 2016 Diptych Oil on canvas 120 x 280 cm

Paco Pomet (Granada, Spain, 1970) lives and works in his hometown. Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Granada in 1993, he completed studies at the School of Visual Arts (New York, USA, 2004). He has enjoyed several scholarships abroad: Academy of Spain in Rome (1999-2000), Fortuny Scholarship (Venice, Italy, 2000), College of Spain (Paris, France, 2004). In 2010 he received the “Excellent Work Price” at the Beijing Bienniale (China, 2010). In 2015 he took part in DISMALANDBemusement Park, the exhibition organized by Banksy in Weston-Super-Mare (United Kingdom), where he exhibited his work with Banksy, Damien Hirst, Jenny Holzer and David Shrigley among other artists. Between the end of 2015 and March 2016, his work was the subject of the first retrospective of his work in an American museum: The Baker Museum, Naples (Florida). He currently works with the galleries My Name’s Lolita Art (Madrid), Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Mónica, USA), Robischon Gallery (Denver, USA) and Galleri Benoni (Copenhagen, Denmark).

He has participated in the following art fairs: The Armory Show, Expo Chicago, Miami Project, Pulse New York, Scope New York USA),  Scope Basel (Switzerland), Art Brussels (Belgium), ARCO, Estampa Contemporary, Drawing Room (Spain), Art Herning and Enter Art Fair (Denmark). His works can be found in several public and private collections such as Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Coleccion SOLO, IVAM Valencia Institute of Modern Art, Santander Art Museum, (Spain); Spanish Academy in Rome, Luciano Benetton Collection (Italy); Hall Art Foundation, The Patchett Collection, (US).

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