Pablo Salvadó was born in Buenos Aires in 1978. He began painting with the artist Elena Marconi at the age of twelve. As an adult he studied figure drawing and painting with Juan Lopez Taetzel, Ariel Mlynarcewicz and Ernesto Pesce. He also attended the National Institute of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires where he explored other means of expression such as sculpture and ceramics. In 2007 he formed the group Gato Negro with two other artists looking for a platform to explore live portraiture. Pablo's work is mainly focused on painting and drawing portraits and landscapes using strong color contrasts as an instrument of exploration. He has participated in several group and solo exhibits in Argentina.
Introduction to the Colloquium by Professor Ian Read (Soka University of America):