Pablo Atchugarry and Allan D'Arcangelo featured in The New York Times
'Model Apartments Where Designers Run Wild' by Tim McKeough
June 23, 2017
Pablo Atchugarry featured in alexa from the New York Post
'By the Numbers: Edgardo Defortuna, The legendary real estate developer takes count of his successes'
April 19, 2017
Pablo Atchugarry's work is featured in an article about developer and art collector Edgardo Defortuna.
Like a Local: Top 7 Art Galleries in Chelsea
By Christopher Kompanek for Travelmag.com
June 22, 2016
Christopher Kompanek offers an alternative to the long lines and overwhelming crowds in New York City's museums, listing his top seven galleries in Chelsea -- including Hollis Taggart Galleries.
Pérez Art Museum Miami Receives Gift of 100 Artworks
May 27, 2016
Read about more than 100 additions to Pérez Art Museum Miami's permanent collection, including a sculpture by Hollis Taggart Galleries' Pablo Atchugarry.
Pablo Atchugarry: the art of sculpting
By El Observador (Spanish-language Website)
April 14, 2006
Learn more about Pablo Atchugarry's process of direct carving.
Contemporary Marble Sculptures Are Sprouting Near the Ruins in Rome
By Courtney Willis Blair for Forbes
August 25, 2015
Review of Pablo Atchugarry's exhibition Eternal City, Eternal Marble on view at Museo dei Fori Imperiali through February 2016.
Pablo Atchugarry at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali in Rome, Italy
"Pablo Atchugarry: Eternal City, Eternal Marble"
Hollis Taggart Galleries would like to congratulate Pablo Atchugarry on his current museum exhibition at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali in Rome. Dramatically displayed in a 2nd century AD forum just steps from the Coliseum, the exhibition features a number of Atchugarry’s sculptures on both a small and monumental scale. There are fifteen works on view made specifically for this exhibition as well as select private loans from important Italian collections. Eternal City, Eternal Marble is on view until February 7th, 2016, and we recommend you add it to your itinerary for your next trip to Italy.
These Modern Sculptures Were Carved from the Same Marble as the Pantheon
By Stephanie Strasnick for Architectural Digest
May 31, 2015
Pablo Atchugarry’s Carrara marble sculptures are on view in Rome. Photography by Aurelio Amendola.