Collection

The Sayago & Pardon Collection is committed to inspire and expand the understanding of Latin American art in a global context through its collection of modern and contemporary Latin American art, via the establishment and support of broad philanthropic initiatives.

Contemporary Abstraction

Contemporary Abstraction in the Sayago & Pardon Collection centers on contemporary abstract art from Latin America since the 1990s which expands and deconstructs the modernist legacy of the continent. This focus encompasses engaging and challenging aesthetic and conceptual abstract propositions in dialogue with a global context.

  • featured Iosu Aramburu (Peru, b. 1986)
  • featured Emilia Azcárate (Venezuela, b. 1964)
  • TL-1948(1) Adrian S. Bara (Mexico, b. 1982)
  • featured Omar Barquet (Mexico, b. 1979)
  • featured Tony Bechara (Puerto Rico, b. 1942)
  • featured Gala Berger (Argentina, b. 1983)
  • featured Georgina Bringas (Mexico, b. 1975)
  • featured Juan Sebastián Bruno (Mexico, b. 1975)
  • featured Fabián Burgos (Argentina, b. 1962)
  • featured Johanna Calle (Colombia, b. 1965)
  • featured Dolores Casares (Argentina, b. 1960)
  • featured Alberto Casari (Peru, b. 1955)
  • featured Aníbal Catalán (Mexico, b. 1973)
  • featured Hernán Cédola (Argentina, b. 1977)
  • featured Emilio Chapela (Mexico, b. 1978)
  • chavajay(1)(1) Benvenuto Chavajay (Guatemala, b. 1978)
  • featured Marta Chilindrón (Argentina, b. 1951)
  • tepeu-choc Tepeu Choc (Guatemala, b. 1983)
  • No8_Motivos-Florales(4) Edgar Cobián (Mexico, b. 1978)
  • featured Bernardo Corces (Argentina, b. 1988)
  • featured Eduardo Costa (Argentina, b. 1940)
  • featured Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexico, b. 1968)
  • featured Mariano Dal Verme (Argentina, b. 1973)
  • featured Gabriel de la Mora (Mexico, b. 1968)
  • featured Jorge de León (Guatemala, b. 1976)
  • featured Diana de Solares (Guatemala, b. 1952)
  • featured Beto de Volder (Argentina, b. 1962)
  • featured Marcolina Dipierro (Argentina, b. 1978)
  • Lucio Dorr (Argentina, 1969-2013)
  • featured Danilo Dueñas (Colombia, b. 1956)
  • featured Darío Escobar (Guatemala, b. 1971)
  • magdalena-fernadez Magdalena Fernandez (Venezuela, b. 1964)
  • featured Mauro Giaconi (Argentina, b. 1977)
  • featured Jaime Gili (Venezuela, b. 1972)
  • featured Thomas Glassford (United States, b. 1963)
  • featured Nicolás Gómez (Colombia, b. 1984)
  • oval(1) Camilo Guinot (Argentina, b. 1970)
  • featured Federico Herrero (Costa Rica, b. 1978)
  • featured Guido Ignatti (Argentina, b. 1981)
  • featured Bárbara Kaplan (Argentina, b. 1980)
  • featured José Luis Landet (Argentina, b. 1977)
  • featured Valentina Liernur (Argentina, b. 1978)
  • featured Aníbal López (Guatemala, b. 1964)
  • featured Pepe López (Venezuela, b. 1966)
  • featured Macaparana (Brazil, b. 1952)
  • 6520 Marco Maggi (Uruguay, b. 1957)
  • featured Jorge Méndez Blake (Mexico, b. 1974)
  • featured Alexis Minkiewicz (Argentina, b. 1988)
  • featured Magdalena Murúa (Argentina, b. 1975)
  • featured Sandra Nakamura (Peru, b. 1981)
  • odriozola2 Juan E. Odriozola (Argentina, b. 1980)
  • featured Ramiro Oller (Argentina, b. 1982)
  • featured César Paternosto (Argentina, b. 1931)
  • featured Karina Peisajovich (Argentina, b. 1966)
  • featured Sebastián Preece (Chile, b. 1972)
  • featured Nicolás Radic (Chile, b. 1984)
  • featured Pablo Rasgado (Mexico, b. 1984)
  • featured Ricardo Rendón (Mexico, b. 1970)
  • vara Santiago Reyes Villaveces (Colombia, b. 1986)
  • featured Miguel Angel Ríos (Argentina, b. 1943)
  • featured Omar Rodriguez-Graham (Mexico, b. 1978)
  • featured Luis Roldán (Colombia, b. 1955)
  • featured Eduardo Santiere (Argentina, b. 1962)
  • featured Mariela Scafati (Argentina, b. 1973)
  • featured Fidel Sclavo (Uruguay, b. 1960)
  • featured Pablo Siquier (Argentina, b. 1961)
  • featured Renata Tassinari (Brazil, b. 1958)
  • featured Ana Tiscornia (Uruguay, b. 1951)
  • featured Adán Vallecillo (Honduras, b. 1977)
  • featured Carola Zech (Argentina, b. 1962)
  • featured Luiz Zerbini (Brazil, b. 1959)