Pablo Armesto is an experimental contemporary sculptor who captures decisive moments through his light works. In 2017, Pablo was decorated with the XLVIII First Prize in the National Painting Contest of Luarca, as well as an Honorable Mention in the XX Painting Contest of Villaviciosa, Asturias. He has also been awarded the Barjola scholarships for sculpture (2009), Museo Antón, Scholarship for sculpture (2008), and FIB-Art’05 Scholarship (2006), among others.
His works are part of important collections such as the Evaristo Valle Museum in Gijón, El Corte Inglés, the BBVA Collection, the Ministry of Culture of the Principality of Asturias, the Bodegas Otazu Collection in Navarra, Jardines del Príncipe in Real Sitio de Covadonga and Parque of Sculptures of Candás in Paseo de San Antonio, Candás, among others.
An artist whose works experience the connection between light and technology, he has had the pleasure of exhibiting on several occasions individually: Alborada, Galería Aurora Vigil-Escalera, Gijón (2018); More than light, Galería Marlborough Barcelona (2018); Lumier, Galeríe Azur, Spá Belgium (2017); With its own light, “As Quintas” Exhibition Center, La Caridad, Asturias (2016); Inside, the rain Barjola Museum, Gijón, Asturias (2006), just to name a few. Collectively he has exhibited numerous times in Estampa, ARCO, ART-Madrid, Art Marbella, and cities such as Oviedo, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Lima, Geneva, Lorient, among many others.