Artist /Anthropologist / Philanthropist
Born in Ceuta (Spain), international artist and anthropologist Ginés Serrán Pagán has lived most of his life in New York where he studied at New York University. He was an Advisor at the United Nations and has been helping NGO´s organizations around the world. As an artist, he has had over 200 exhibitions. His paintings, sculptures and ceramics are collected by major museums, including the Guggenheim Museum of New York, and by many institutions and private collectors. He has created “The Union of the World: Monument to Peace,” (26x20x 8 feet, 17.600 lb), considered today the largest bronze sculpture of classical mythology. He is the recipient of numerous international awards and acknowledgments. He received, in 2010, the Keys to the City of Miami for his artistic and humanitarian contributions to the world.