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Xavier is a  Mexican painter who has managed to put in purely abstract work a very unique through the creation of particular colors that give great strength and impact to your work touch.


The author seeks to bring a point beyond abstract art by combining this technique with a job in high relief of pre-Hispanic culture, which he turned in its theme transforms in concept and reinforced with a new set of colors that the artist creates otherwise to highlight the meaning of each icon used in his work.

Artist ambassador in Tintoretto pennelli, Italy

Giorgio Vasari award winner 2019

Global art award nomination 2017, 2018 & 2020

Award winner images of the world, Bangkok, Thailand. 2019

After presenting several important and renowned places worldwide including Mexico, the U.S, Netherlands, Spain, England, Austria, Belgium, France (Louvre Museum in Paris), Italy (Palazzo della Cancelleria di Roma,  Palazzo della Cancelleria Vaticana, Museo Villa Pisani di Venice) Denmark, Sweden, South Korea, Bangkok, Thailand.

No doubt his work hits again because it not only offers the viewer the quality of an abstract work but takes the enigmatic world of pre-Columbian art. A job as its author calls it, ” a recreation of the Hispanic culture with a modern language.”

 So Xavier Yarto contributes to artworks full of color, strength, and content. An artist who searches every new best to previous work.


Hello Xavier! How would you describe your art to people?

Xavier: I am an abstract painter, I have 3 styles, one of them is the pre-Hispanic – abstract and the other that I started during the pandemic the expressionism.

What’s the most challenging part of your artistic process?

Xavier: I think that it is when I have a piece sold to order, that I do not have it made.

And how do you overcome it?

Xavier: Trusting that the client knows my style and will like what I present at the end.

You’ve presented your art all over the globe, also in France (Louvre Museum in Paris). How was that experience for you?

Xavier: I have had the opportunity to present my work in very important galleries, art fairs, and museums in the world, but without a doubt, the Louvre Museum in Paris has been one of the best in my career as a painter.

What motivates you as an artist? Is it curiosity, the search for beauty or meaning?

Xavier: It motivates me to create something new, original, unique.

How has your style changed or evolved over the years?

Xavier: It has changed, I think I have been modifying my style, without losing my essence, I continue to use color a lot, which is what has been a characteristic of my painting.

What is your most recent piece of art that you have enjoyed working on the most?

Xavier: My most recent work is called The beautiful volleyball coach.

This piece is nominated for best figurative painting at the Globlal Art Awards, which will be in Shanghai, China, November 2020

What is a day of working like in your home-studio?

Xavier: First of all I need to be inspired, that does not come every day, once inspiration arrives, it can last several days, even weeks where I can be creating several works.

Do you have any rituals that help you get motivated or in “the zone”?

Xavier: I need to be calm, with soft music, without anyone interrupting me, with all the paints, brushes that I will need, so as not to stop for those reasons.

What memorable responses have you had to your work?

Xavier: Fortunately, I have had good comments from curators, art critics, collectors and clients even with the twist that I gave to my work with the expressionist theme.

What is the best way to reach people that are interested in your art?

Xavier: I think that exhibiting either in galleries or museums, posting on my social networks, and interviews in art magazines help a lot too.

Are there any upcoming shows or workshops we should know about?

Xavier: Now I’m working on the cover and back cover of a record, commissioned by a Mexican singer. I am also competing in the Globlal Art Awards, in 2 categories. Abstract and figurative. And I will participate in October in a collective show in Ragusa Italy.

What’s next on the horizon for Xavier?

Xavier: Keep creating,  keep showing my work in the best places,  don’t stop.

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