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About Justo Osuna

Contemporary Abstract Artist Justo Osuna

Contemporary painter Justo Osuna works in acrylic on canvas. Interested in artistic attempts to transcend the limitations of the everyday, in his work he offers forms and compositions that defy the very notion of boundaries and borders. In his effort to represent landscape through lines, gestures and luscious glazes, his works dip into the territory of magical realism. His paintings play with our given notions of what is real in nature, and at the same time they reinforce our sense of belonging to the earth. Osuna claims it is the flora and fauna of his homeland of Venezuela that enriches the vibrant colors of his chosen palette with sweet residues of cultural memory. Ultimately, Osuna strives to offer an account that remains faithful to the life cycles of organic matter filtered through personal emotional prisms.

Justo Osuna was born in Barcelona, Anzoátegui, Venezuela, and still resides in Anzoátegui. He graduated from the School of Arts Armando Reverón Mention Pure Art, has received various awards and been included in solo and group exhibitions in Venezuela and abroad.


  • 2014 Agora Gallery. New York, U.S.A.

  • 2014 45th Anniversary of MUSAN, Anzoátegui Museum. Barcelona, Venezuela.

  • 2014 International Fair of Art and Antiques of Maracaibo FIAM, Gallery of Art Milura. Venezuela.

  • 2010 “Wind Rose”, Santone Gallery. Napoli, Italy.

  • 2009 “Memory of Colour”, Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Washington, U.S.A.

  • 2008 “Heirs of the Wind”. Maturin, Venezuela

  • 2007 National Biennial of Visual Arts, Municipal Gallery of Modern Art. Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela

  • 2007 “Oleo y Temple”. Maracaibo, Venezuela.

  • 2007 “Signocromias”, Anzoátegui Museum. Barcelona, Venezuela.

  • 2005 “Floral Symbolism”, and The contemporary works of Justo Osuna”, Vanderbilt Gallery. Naples, Florida.

  • 2002 “Tropicos”, Consulate of Venezuela in New York. USA.


  • 1996 1st Prize of painting, Municipal Hall of Maturin Art. Maturin, Venezuela.

  • 1992 Gold Medal at the First Biennial of Caribbean and Central American Arts. Dominican Republic.

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