A native of Spain, Jesus Nunez Rabano is an autodidact contemporary artist. From a young age, art has always come naturally to him. As a teenager growing up in Madrid his first step into the public art world was through street art. That is when his artist name Sir Treze was born. As he became established in life, he turned his artistic talents to a new form of culinary art. Jesus led helms of renowned restaurants in New York City and Madrid, including three of his own: Gastroarte, Polenta, and Flou. In its review of Jesus’ first New York restaurant, The New York Times called his cuisine edible art and compared Jesus to famed Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali. Throughout his career, Jesus has proven himself a highly creative visionary who pushes boundaries and activates the senses with art that must be experienced. Currently residing in the New York City area, Jesus has gone back to his roots creating a variety of artworks with unique techniques, materials, and styles inspired by his electric background as a graffiti artist and his time as a chef.