Bigindicator

Fabian Landgrave

Profile  |  Artworks  |  Exhibitions  |  Network  |  Comments
20120612223501-webcard_summergroup_junejuly2012
Eleven, Twelve,... Fourteen - Annual Fall International, Sept 3 - Oct 29, 2011 © NORBERTELLEN GALLERY
20120612030942-la_sirena
La Sirena, 2012 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics, Native Tissues 32 X 17 X .05 Inches © yes
20120612025551-heart_plant_
Heart Plant, 2011 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics © All rights reserved
20120612024827-ananta_
Ananta (Sekai), 2011 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics, Native Embroidery (lu'um's Project) © all rights reserved
20120612033333-untitled_
Untitled, 12 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics, Natie Embroidery 28 X 17 X .5 Inches © All rights reserved
20120612223151-norbertellen_l
20120815094429-lama_flo_
Lama Flo, 2010 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics 60 X 48 Inches © ©
20120815091300-botella_-
Botella, 2010 Mixed Media, Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics, Found Object 54 X 48 X .05 Inches © yes
20120815094708-kaika-ii_
Kaika II, 2011 Patchwork, Quilting, Acrylics, Oaxaca's Native Knitting Technics 46 X 32 X .05 Inches © ©
20150730052513-newimg_7213chica
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Mexico City
Birth year
1977
Lives in
Mexico - Japan
Works in
Mexico - Japan
Representing galleries
Motoazabu Tokyo Japan, btf Tokyo Japan
Tags
quilting mixed-media traditional, Acrilics, Native tissues and embroideries, patchwork mixed-media, abstract
Statement

BIO Fabian Landgrave

 

He began his self-taught fashion design career in 2000.

From clothes making for him, his friends and informal presentations. to the design of exclusive collections for jeans brand names in Mexico, the U.S. textile industry and costumes for theater and film projects.

In 2006 he opens his perspective to the visual arts with textile backing, making the most of his experience  working with sewing tools, mixing colors, shapes and textures of fabrics with paint, and even found object. From the catwalks to the exhibition halls and art galleries, Landgrave shows his vison of art characterized by its spontaneity to combine texture and color.

Anselmo Vargas, Researcher