Chetcuti Cauchi Hosts Abstract Art Exhibition

Admin | Published on 13 Apr 2021

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Our main office in Valletta is hosting a collection of artworks by local artist Christopher Saliba. Despite the restrictions brought about by the pandemic, our offices have been brightened up by this exhibition of several paintings and glazed ceramic wall plates which incorporate abstract concepts that create inspiring and bespoke works of art. The art lends itself well to the architectural stance of the office palazzo and is very well received by clients and professionals alike. 

The Artist, Christopher Saliba

Christopher Saliba (b. 1975) graduated from the University of Malta in 1996 after successfully completing his studies in Art Education. In 1997, the Italian Government granted him a four-year scholarship to the Accademia di Belle Arti 'Pietro Vannucci’ in Perugia. His main areas of specialisation are abstract painting, sculpture and etching. On his return from his studies abroad he settled in Gozo where he resumed his profession as an art educator along with his daily practice in his studio. He put up several solo exhibitions in local exhibition venues, among which the National Museum of Fine Arts, St. James Cavalier Centre for Creativity and Auberge d’Italie in Valletta. Saliba also displayed his works abroad in solo and collective exhibitions, namely in Perugia, London, Paris, Palermo, Manama, Narni and Brussels. He won several prizes including awards in the painting categories of the 2007 Malta International Biennale (135 nations) and the 10th National Art Competition & Exhibition organised at Palazzo de La Salle in 2011. He was invited to exhibit his works in prominent venues overseas among which the Louvre in Paris and the European Parliament in Brussels. Christopher Saliba's works are found in numerous private and public collections in Malta and across Europe, in Japan, Canada and the United States. 

Giving Back

The artist will generously be donating part of the proceeds from the sale of items in this collection to Claris Foundation, Chetcuti Cauchi’s charitable initiative with social and philanthropic purposes, focusing mostly on the well-being and education of children.


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