Albert Einstein expressed that after a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in esthetics, plasticity, and form. The greatest scientists are artists as well.
Therefore going back to our roots, SANTA FE BUSINESS SCHOOL is linking its education program along with the support of artistic activity mainly from that coming from our country partners.
Since the SANTA FE ASSOCIATES creation, the board has managed his professional activity looking for combining science with art, understanding that the value of an education in liberal arts is not the learning of many facts, but the training of the mind to think of something that cannot be learned from textbooks.
This activity will start soon through the interaction of our partners around the world with our managing team.
At this moment is below exhibited a painting of an argentine renowned artist Rogelio Polesello, who created this painting just for SANTA FE ASSOCIATES on November 2012. He named his piece, Thematic Circles.
Rogelio Polesello was born in Buenos Aires in July 1939 and he is a multiple artist, with very important master pieces in paintings and sculptures.
He studied at the “School of Fine Arts Manuel Belgrano” and graduated as professor in painting, design and engraving at the “School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón”, all of them in Argentina.
Rogelio is considered one of the major exponents on optic art in Latin America and geometrical abstractionism. His master pieces are part of the most important collections in the word.