Betsabée Romero

Mexico, 1963

BIOGRAPHY

Betsabée Romero was born in Mexico city in 1963. Awarded First prize in the 2006 Cairo Biennial, Betsabeé Romero has exhibited her work internationally and is included in prestigious collections including the Los Angeles County Museum; the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; the Daros Collection, Zurich: Switzerland; and the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, Mexico City. Born in Mexico in 1963, Betsabeé Romero studied art in Mexico at the Institut des Beaux Arts de Paris. She completed a Master of Fine Arts in 1986 at the San Carlos Academy (ENAP-UNAM), Mexico, and a second Master of Art History at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in 1994. She has exhibited her work internationally and had more than 40 one-person exhibitions including: the Absolut Biennial, Los Angeles; the Contemporary Museum of Monterrey; the Carrillo Gil Museum, Mexico City; and the Ramis Barquet Gallery, New York. She has also taken part in numerous group exhibitions and biennials including the InSite 97, Tijuana; Art Grandeur Nature, La Courneuve-Paris; the Habana Biennial, Cuba; the Porto Alegre Biennial, Brazil; and the San Juan Poligraphic Triennial, Puerto Rico. Betsabeé Romero is also renown for numerous monumental installations and interventions in urban communities including East Los Angeles; Chicago; Mexico City; and Toulouse, France. Her work is included in prestigious collections including the Los Angeles County Museum; the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; the Daros Collection, Switzerland; and the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, Mexico.

Artworks by Betsabée Romero