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Remo is an Argentine metaphysical artist known for his controversial exhibition, "Project Experiment Zero."

Remo, whose given name is Raul Esteban Molina, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1974. His monumental artworks, acclaimed for their extravagance of sexually explicit details and dimensional complexity, for their artistic  statements, and their metaphysical symbolism, has captured the attention of art connoisseurs and critics alike. To achieve these artistic heights, Remo creates imagined universes and startling realms beyond conventional reality. However, in order to reach this stature as a serious artist, it was imperative for Remo to have studied extensively for years with three of Argentina's leading art instructors --- Vicente Palacios, Ricardo Cohen- Rocanbole, and Pastor Berrios Herrera --- to perfect his talents, skills and craftsmanship, thus enabling him to become recognized and respected.

After years of instruction, finally Remo's first exhibit launching him into the art world was in Mar del Plata, Argentina in 1999 at Art Gallery La Diagonal. Since then, he has held one-man exhibitions throughout Argentina in various government-sponsored cultural centers and in prestigious art galleries. In 2006, his inspired and spirited art pieces were exhibited in two leading galleries in Eressos, Greece, which resulted in a major following in that country. Since 2008, his "Project Experiment Zero" exhibitions have been  held throughout Argentina, most notably in Adrogue, Buenos Aires, at the Centro Cutlural de la Cooperation and in 2010 at Teatro Argentina in La Plata where he officially inaugurated a major two week Arts and Cultural Festival --- BUAYC ( Bienal Universiterio de Arte y Cultura) Oct. 18 - 31.  In the art news article, "Buenos Aires Surfaces As the Art Capital of the World," June 2010, Remo was lauded as "a cross between Dali and Escher."