Santiago Garcia

The work of Santiago Garcia explores the wondrous, colorful and always intriguing world between figuration and abstraction. Through contextualization of reality, the Uruguayan artist’s work raises absurd situations within a framework of the everyday world and leaves the content on its own to the free interpretation of the observer.
As self-taught painter, Garcia produced an immense body of work in his early years. During the mid-1990s, under an art scholarship with the University of Uruguay, he studied under master engraver Eduardo Fornasari, master painter Clever Lara and acclaimed ceramicist Susana Pizzurno. In 1998, Garcia obtained a grant from the Museum of American art of Maldonado for drawing and painting studies with the master painter Miguel Angel Battegazzore. He worked as an assistant to the Argentinean painter Rogelio Polesello for exhibition at the Museum of American art of Maldonado, Uruguay. For the exhibition, he produced murals for Juvenalia 98 and the subsequent... READ MORE
Santiago Garcia
Andante #2 by Santiago Garcia
Andante #2
37 x 58 in.
Andante #37 by Santiago Garcia
Andante #37
60 x 40 in.
Converse #100 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #100
63 x 79 in.
Converse #1006 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #1006
78 x 63 in.
Converse #1007 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #1007
78 x 63 in.
Converse #1010 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #1010
79 x 63 in.
Converse #324 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #324
59 x 34 in.
Converse #44 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #44
55 x 52 in.
Converse #70 by Santiago Garcia
Converse #70
50 x 15 in.