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"Lorenzo il Magnifico" medal
Art Center College of Design
Knut Pani (b. Mexico City, 1956) is a Mexican painter and sculptor.
Knut Pani, son of the architect Mario Pani, assisted Lothar Kestenbaum in San Miguel de Allende in 1975, and edited the architectural magazine "Arquitectura/México" from 1976 to 1979, in close collaboration with Mathias Goeritz. In 1979 he joined the Art Center College of Design, where he graduated in painting and illustration in 1983. In the same year he established an experimental workshop, named "Trazo" in his home town. In 1985 he became art director of the Museo Rufino Tamayo, and taught as professor of the Universidad Anáhuac from 1985 to 1988, he also established an experimental etching workshop, alongside Alejandro Arango and Franco Manterola. In 1993 he founded "El pez soluble" Press and "El pez soluble arte mural" in Tequisquiapan. He gave his first single exhibition of sculpture in 2001, and he was awarded with the "Lorenzo il Magnifico" medal at the IIIFlorence Biennale.
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