Betsabee Romero

Born:
1963
Residence:
Mexico, Mexico
Nationality:
Mexican
Trust:
APT Mexico City
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PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Dozens of paintings and other works of art from the estate of comedian Garry Shandling will be offered for sale at a show in New Mexico this week.

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  • From the start, Betsabée Romero focused her interest on an environment of great visual wealth. Everyday life in Mexico City offers an especially wide

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  • This spring, the exhibition Betsabeé Romero: Lágrimas Negras/Black Tears, a ten-year survey of the work of internationally-renowned Betsabeé Romero,

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BIOGRAPHY
Betsabe Romero lives and works in Mexico City. She has realized more than 30 individual exhibitions in México, The United States and Europe inter alia. Among which we could highlight those of the Museo Amparo in Puebla, MARCO, in Monterrey, The San Ildefonso Museum, the Canberra University Museum, the Museo Carrillo Gil, the “Recoleta” in Buenos Aires, the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam, one in the Kennedy Center, Washington, etc.
 
Betsabeé has participated in a large number of residencies and international biennials such as the Habana Bienal, the ones of Portoalegre, Cairo, Au bord du Paysage the Poligraphic triennial of Puerto Rico, the Philagrafika one in Filadelfia, Farges France, Art Grandeur Nature in the Courneuve, France, the Five Continents, one City in the Mexico City Museum, InSite 97 in San Diego-Tijuana, Kohj in Bangalore India, among others.
 
Her work is part of important collections such as Daros Collection in Switzerland, the Worldwide Banc in Washington, Art Contemporary Museum in Houston, the Gelman Collection in Mexico, the MOCA one in Los Angeles, the Monterrey museum, the Contemporary Art Museum of Prtoalegre, Brazil, and more. Romero has received many awards and acknowledgements like the 1st price in the Monterrey Biennial and the Cairo Biennial, and she is actually a part of the National CreatorSystem in Mexico.