Art Brokerage: Pablo Serrano Spanish Artist: b. 1908-1985. Pablo Serrano, (8 March 1908, Crivillén, Teruel Province - 26 November 1985, Madrid) was a Spanish abstract sculptor. After this, Serrano left for Argentina in Latin America in 1929 in order to become a teacher. Up until 1954, Serrano spent his time divided between Argentina and Uruguay, where he had settled in the city of Montevideo. Here, Pablo Serrano completed many of his most famous sculptures. South America was also where he met the other artists Lucio Fontana and Joaquín Torres García. The year of 1957 saw Serrano holding his first solo exhibition in Madrid in which he displayed some Expressionist works such as 'Interpretaciones al retrato' (Interpretations of the Portrait) and some more Abstract works such as 'Hierros encontrados y soldados' (Irons Found and Soldiers). Also in this year, Pablo Serrano co-founded the 'Grupo El Paso' (El Paso Group) with fellow artists Juana Francés, whom he would later marry, Manolo Millares, and Antonio Saura. This group transformed itself into the leading vanguardist group in Spain and it helped introduce abstract art into the country.