Pá.ú.lú’s works are inspired by the stories that the found objects he is working with tell. His most recent works are part of a project called “Servery” (this is the old name for the bar area in pubs).

For Servery the works were inspired by an old broken pub chair the artist found down an alleyway in central London. Dismantling the chair to analyse its looks, he then started research on abandoned pubs around England.

His passion for history and old objects has helped when researching objects to include in his boxes and other works such as the watercolours inspired by pubs and that, according to the artist, “were requested by the chair”.

The works on Servery project comprise Assemblages, some resembling the shape of a box, and others just inspired by, but not in a box shape, plus watercolours, using a dark dirty, rusty palette, all following the neglected / abandoned pub theme.

That artist’s passion for the local history of the places he lives has made him concerned about the loss of these places that he calls “little local museums in the shape of cabinets of curiosities, accessible by everyone in the local community”. His intention was to call attention to this theme and try to make more people passionate about old pubs, perhaps changing their current situation.

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  • Pá.ú.lú is a Brazilian born artist based in the UK. From his garden studio in Buckinghamshire old forgotten objects get a second life. His works explore the history of places and things around him.