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ROMINA PANE
Artist, born on Abril 21, 1983 in Buenos Aires. At a very early age, she was interested in plastic arts, and began studying at I.U.N.A. National Art Institute. Near her graduation and simultaneously, she completes and perfects her technique in the shop of painter Natalio Galluzzi, the sculpture shop of Miriam Perlmutter and others.
She has held numerous exhibitions, her paintings were exhibited in prestigious shows and institutes in Argentina where she obtained well earned distinctions.

NATALIO GALLUZZI wrote about her work: “Her energetic strokes, thick fillings, and rich color, capture her spectator transporting him to a world full of emotions and feelings. On her canvases, the abundant material is deposited and rendered with quickness insinuating forms, situations and esperiences that compose her language of plasticity, in an orderly illuminated path that covers all her work. The paintings of Romina Pane transports us and reaches the purest corners of our souls.”

BEBE DIAZ wrote: “The human figure is the center of her work. Free of the grotesque, this charicature of femininity is not cruel but compasive, so any depressive sensation is eliminated from the spectator.
Regarding her urban scenery, there is a deeper questioning than just a mere documentary anecdote of reality. This can be seen especially in her depictions of cafes and groceries of La Boca, a typical Buenos Aires neighborhood where her bohemian creatures live.
Paradoxically, her timidness drives her creative openess, one of dynamic energy and visual tension. She has said more than once: "...don't ask me to render something just as it is..., I will always paint it as I feel it".
In their composition, the work of Romina Pane present an intense view of the world, but lacking an anguished accent but filled with a hopeful feeling of life.

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