California born, Mississippi raised, and Houston, TX based, Angela Fabbri, is a self-taught, internationally collected artist best known for her pop flare and electric color palettes. She completed her first commission at the age of 16, and over the next 20 years continued to explore her passion for creating. During that time, she embarked on an abstract study to explore the meaning of color, texture, balance, and composition. After 7 years, Fabbri returned to realism in 2017 with the unveiling of her much anticipated series, Inversion. Inspired by a painting she completed in 2000, the vibrant color palettes and backwards messaging set the stage for her most successful debut to date. Works from this series were selected by the assistant curator for the MOCA, Los Angeles in 2018 for a group exhibition in Houston, and in 2019 by the assistance curator for the Whitney Museum New York, NY. Fabbri has been invited to showcase her work at the Florence Biennale in Florence, Italy, October 2019, at Spectrum during Art Basel in Miami, December 2019, and at ArtExpo in New York, April 2020.
Angela Fabbri is an internationally collected, Houston based artist driven by her passion for art. Upon graduating college, she began her journey to becoming a professional artist and entrepreneur. In 2019, Fabbri’s work was selected for an exhibition curated by
Jennie Goldstein, assistant curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and in 2018 her work was selected for an exhibition curated by Anna Katz, assistant curator, MOCA Los Angeles, California.