Fabian Perez born in 1967 in Buenos Aires is a renowned Argentinian painter who describes his unique style of art as "neo-emotionalism".
As a teenager Fabian was fascinated with martial arts and fine arts. Karate helped influence his character giving him great discipline as well as opening him up to other forms of art. Much of what Fabian learned through his Eastern studies influenced his paintings.
Fabian left Argentina when he was 22 to live in Italy where he resided for seven years. It is here where his career in painting and writing took an ascendental journey. It is also in Italy where he was inspired to write his book “Reflections of a Dream”, which was published later in the United States. He then went to Japan where he lived for one year. While there he painted The Japanese Flag and A Meditating Man which are on display in a government house. Fabian left Japan to come to Los Angeles where he devotes his life to inspire other with his paintings and writings
He currently resides in Los Angeles and is known for his paintings of the tango and for his portraits. In 2009 Perez was named the official artist of the 10th annual Latin Grammy Awards. In 2010 Perez was selected to paint the 2010 Winter Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics.