Betsabeé Romero


He lives and works in Mexico City. For more than 15 years, his work has specialized in the development of a critical discourse on issues such as migration, miscegenation and mobility, through the resemanticization of symbols and daily rituals of global consumer culture, such as cars, tattoos, urban signage, etc.

In the same way, he has been interested in addressing the problems of public art and popular art, their permanence and relationship with the social fabric and with alternative audiences to contemporary art.

He has had more than 30 individual exhibitions in Mexico, the United States and Europe, mainly, among which those of the British Museum, Nevada Museum of Art, Neuberger Museum, Nelson & Atkins Museum of art, Anahuacalli Museum, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Amparo Museum in Puebla, MARCO and Monterrey Museum, Canberra University Museum, Carrillo Gil Museum, Recoleta in Buenos Aires, and several more.

He has participated in numerous international residencies and exhibitions such as the Havana Biennial, the Portoalegre Biennial, the Polygraphic Triennial in Puerto Rico, Au bord du Paysage, Farges France, Art Grandeur Nature in Courneuve, France, Homage to Le Clezio Louvre Museum, Echo at the Reyna Sofía Museum, Philagrafica in Philadelphia, Cinco Continentes una ciudad at the Mexico City Museum, InSite 97 in San Diego-Tijuana, Cairo Biennial, Kohj in Bangalore India, among others.

His work is part of important collections such as the British Museum Collection, the Daros Collection in Switzerland, Nelson & Atkins, the Nevada Museum of Art Collection, the World Bank in Washington, Gelman in Mexico, MOCA in Los Angeles, the Monterrey Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Portoalegre Brazil and others.

Al migrante desconocido I
Al migrante desconocido II
Con la piel en la tierra IV
Con la piel en la tierra V
El lado colorido de las sombras III
Flores a la sombre IV
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May 20 - Jun 20, 2016

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