Pablo Echaurren, Italian (1951 - )
Son of Chilean Surrealist painter Sebastian Matta, he exhibited his paintings in Italy and abroad, operates a number of cutting-edge comics like Caffeine of Europe, flying Nivola, against Futurism, Vita designed by Dino Campana, The Life of Pound, Dada with ticks .
He is the author of the famous cover of the novel Pigs with wings. Collaborates with the magazines Linus, Frigidaire, Tango, Comic Art, Alter Alter. His tract and its aesthetics are very influenced by futurism. It is also the author of numerous essays and novels.
An anthology (from the seventies through today) was held at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome (2004) while more recent works have been proposed in a staff at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome (2006) and in the exhibition at Pablo Siena at the Magazzini del Sale (2008). In 2009, the MIAAO (International Museum of Applied Arts Today) in Turin has decided to celebrate the centenary of futurism with an exhibition focusing on his work.
A lover of low power, in 2009 exhibited his collection of vintage instruments and Auditoriumarte in the foyer of Auditorium Parco della Musica in an exhibition entitled "The invention of low."
Pablo Echaurren is married to Claudia Salaris.