Born in Mexico City, Fabre resides in Puebla since 1967 where she has formed a family and her artistic career with more than 50 solo and group exhibitions in Mexico and abroad.
The freedom that the artist embodies gives free rein to the effervecence of a temperament that explores within indecipherable labyrinths. That attitude enables her to experiment with techniques and materials, always aspiring to express her most intimate self. The messages refer to neo-baroque attitudes that are in vogue today.
Fabre's work grows from a search that invites inquiry. Chinese ink, permanent markers, acrylics, watercolors, ceramics and wood accompany and articulate her creativity to the rhythm of line and color in hidden symbols, vulnerable to change and infinite exploration.
Puebla, epicenter of Mexican Baroque sensibility, is moving towards the intense revitalization of its complex cultural identity. In daily life, the emotions, feelings and yearnings of Puebla’s...