For over twenty years, the Columbian born contemporary artist Vianey has been widely regarded as one of the most influential Latin artists of our time. The artists extensive catalogue of works have been recognized for their contributions to the development of modern art, and have come to signify distinctive, original caricatures, use of bold, vibrant coloring, and originality in technique and composition. These have come to be known in Latin America as Vianey Technique. Recognized as the founder of a movement of art known as the “Cool Art” movement, Vianey’s works – which include painting and sculpture – have been exhibited in over 13 international exhibits and shows worldwide at some of the most prestigious galleries, museums, and venues including The Chelsea Art Museum, London’s South Bank, The National Museum Of Columbia, Leonard Tourne Gallery, The Consulate Of Colombia, The American Gallery in New York, and the Antara Gallery in Mexico City. His works can also be found in numerous private collections internationally. In 2011, Vianey’s acclaimed painting “Liberty” was the only work by a Latin artist (of works from over 20 influential artists – including filmmakers Oliver Stone and Michael Moore, singer Jon Bon Jovi, and actor Nicholas Cage, among others) to be exhibited at the opening of the new 9/11 Memorial Museum Of The City Of New York. Upcoming projects include exhibitions in Europe, Asia, Oceania in 2020/2021.