Alex Sastoque, Maestro of plastic and visual fine arts originally from Colombia, South America, graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, his main mentors have been the late Maestro Armando Villegas in Latin America, and the late Maestro Ernst Fuchs, in Europe.

 

He has exhibited his work and artistic projects in the National Museum of Colombia, National Museum of India – Permanent Collection (Government of India), presidential chamber of the Republic of Colombia - Nariño Palace, Museum of Modern Art in Bogota, Christie's New York – Latin America, Phantasten Museum Palais Palffy (Vienna, Austria), Winn Slavin Fine Art gallery in Beverly Hillls California, Museum of Antioquia, Museum of Contemporary Art in Bogota, Congress of the Republic from Colombia, United Nations UNHCR, Cultural Center of Nayarit Mexico, Scope Miami, Moksha Gallery Miami, Colombian Embassy in the United Arab Emirates, Curator 19.90 International Art Project Beirut Lebanon, Nobel Peace Prize – World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates; in conjunction with other Maestros in Arts such as; Salvador Dalí, Fernando Botero, Ernst Fuchs, Edgar Negret, Robert Venosa, Alex Grey, Allyson Grey, Amanda Sage, Retna, Martina Hoffmann, David Manzur, Enrique Grau, Luis Caballero, Omar Rayo, Miguel Angel Rojas, Mark Henson and, Alejandro Obregón, among others. 

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Select works at Sastoque Gallery

Paloma from the series "Let's Cultivate Peace"

Alex Sastoque

Assembled iron

244 x 233 x 144cm

2015

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Metamorphosis from the series "Let's Cultivate Peace

Alex Sastoque

AK-47 Bronze

130 x 40cm

2016

Mandalafractalequilopentacanutraxizo

Alex Sastoque

Oil on canvas

180 x 140cm

2010

Universal Vision

Alex Sastoque

Oil on canvas

70 x 100 cm

2010

Ayahuaca -Chiricaspi

Alex Sastoque

Oil on canvas

180 x 140 cm

2009

Grito de Tequendama

Ernst Fuchs, Alex Sastoque, Amanda Sage

Oil on canvas

140 x 100 cm

2012

SASTOQUE GALLERY

Autopista Nte 114-44             

Invention Center, Piso 2    

Bogotá, Colombia