Santiago Picatoste

Santiago Picatoste

Palma de Mallorca 1971

Picatoste's work has always had spontaneity and alchemy in mind in the creative process arising from post-pictorial abstraction in connection with figuration. His work develops between painting and sculpture, giving great importance to the colour and freedom of anarchic strokes in his abstract compositions. Santiago Picatoste has public sculptures in various cities of Spain. He has participated in ARCO since 2002 and in international fairs such as Art Verona, Art Bologna, SP Arte (São Paulo, Brazil), Art Karlsruhe Art Fair (Germany). In 2013, he won the IBERART international painting prize, ABC Madrid Museum & The Griffin Gallery, London. And the international sculpture prize The Gabarron Foundation. Sculpture, from The US. He has been awarded a scholarship by the Pilar Foundation, Joan Miró and La Casa de Velázquez.