A visual artist who works mainly with objects, photography, and writing, Pablo’s work focuses on the production of varied modes of reading and narration, as well as how they are perceived and interpreted. He has a BA in History from the University of Puerto Rico (Río Piedras) and an MFA from the San Francisco Arts Institute. He has exhibited his work in Little Tree Gallery, Raza Gallery, Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco Arts Commission, Embajada, among others. In 2012, he received grants from Southern Exposure (Alternative Exposure Grant), and the Creative Capacity Fund (CCF), both in San Francisco, CA. In 2009 he received a commission from the Cultural Equity Office in the San Francisco Arts Commission. In 2019 he gained a scholarship from the Flamboyán Artists Association, in association with the National Association of Latin Arts and Cultures and the Flamboyán Arts Fund, in Puerto Rico. Since 2013, Pablo co-directs Beta-Local in San Juan, Puerto Rico.