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Exhibitions

Here you can find information and pictures of my recent exhibitions.

Marta Fàbregas

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Individual exhibition from March 22nd, 2024 to April 13th, 2024 at the El Claustre Gallery in Figueres, Girona.

In this exhibition, the artist presents more than 25 works from series such as Colonized, Kairos, Perfect Imperfections, or the Garden of the Hesperides among others.

It is the first time that the artist presents such an extensive, complete exhibition with such a variety of works.
It can be seen until April 13th at the El Claustre Gallery in Figueres, then it moves to the El Claustre gallery in Girona.

Lilith's daughters

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SODA Gallery is thrilled to announce the upcoming solo exhibition, "Lilith's Daughters," featuring the bold and evocative works of acclaimed artist Marta Fàbregas. Set to captivate audiences from February 16 to March 30, 2024, this exhibition promises a thought-provoking exploration of female empowerment, rebellion, and the quest for freedom.

Marta Fàbregas, renowned for her innovative use of collage and ready-made art, draws inspiration from the age-old myth of Lilith, the rebellious first woman in Judeo-Christian folklore. According to the Hebrew Bible, Lilith defied convention by refusing to submit to Adam and, as a result, was castigated for her independence, exiled to the cosmos, and vilified as a demonic figure.

"Lilith's daughters" serves as a powerful allegory for courage and resilience, paying homage to women who defied societal constraints, often at great personal cost, to seek liberation. Fàbregas' series represents a visceral expression of her womanhood, amplifying voices, emotions, and the collective experiences of women throughout history.

In her statement, Fàbregas articulates, "The series 'Lilith's daughters' is born out of a visceral need as a woman to express my voice, my emotions, and feelings. They embody the values of feminism: equality, independence, freedom, solidarity, authenticity, sisterhood, change, challenge... Strong women who fight for their values."

The exhibition promises a stunning visual journey, each piece a testament to the unwavering spirit of women who dared to break chains and defy societal norms. Fàbregas' art not only celebrates the past but also aims to pave the way for a brighter future for women, championing their heritage and advocating for generations to come.

Fàbregas is a well-established artist with a long and successful career. She has exhibited in various museums, 
galleries, and festivals, both nationally and internationally. She is also the co-founder of La Fotogràfica, a photography studio and school in Barcelona, where she lives and works. She is also involved in social and artistic projects with the SETBA Foundation and the Xarxa de Dones Emprenedores de Sant Cugat. Her work is part of the private collections of the Lluis Bassat Foundation and the Artemizia Foundation.

The "Lilith's Daughters" exhibition by Marta Fàbregas will be on display at SODA Gallery in Istanbul-Turkey, from February 16 to March 30, 2024. Don't miss the opportunity to engage with this profound artistic narrative that celebrates the resilience and power of women throughout history.

Mujeres

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The work of Marta Fàbregas, exhibited for the first time in a solo exhibition in Italy, captivates and seduces us towards distant and different worlds, where each woman is represented, hence the title "Women". Their image crystallizes in a work of art. Her contribution to the passage of time, to the writing of history, her personal history, and the history of all of us.

The exhibition itinerary catapults us from Africa to the middle East, suggesting habits, customs, and traditions that are part of the history of these continents, and does so through the images of women who seem to form secret alliances made of sacrifices, abnegation, and anonymity, and precisely these elements are what cohesion and constitute the strength of the exhibition's message, a message that is not shouted but whispered with elegance.

The artist gives visibility to those who are often forgotten, to those who, with their daily and sometimes marginal work, have contributed to the civilizing process from which we all benefit today, and she does so in an original and exclusive way: starting from the opening of the drawer of memory, today facilitated by the digital world, using the technique of 'transphotography', Fàbregas makes her interventions with different materials, printing fragments of images and reassembling them until she herself becomes the demiurge of a new identity for each of the women represented.

Inmaculadas

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This exhibition can be seen from 16.3.23 to 20.4.23 at Pigment Gallery Paris.

In her series Inmaculadas, Marta Fàbregas offers a reflection on the role of women in our society, their strength, and their dignity. From photos of Moroccan and Algerian prostitutes, recovered from collections and archives, she creates works using the technique of transfography. With this process, she allows the posthumous restoration of their dignity.

With Satori, Marta Fàbregas tries to translate an experience of harmony, transcendence, and liberation. The artist explains: "When one reaches satori, the person is capable of seeing beyond the limits of physical reality and connecting with what lies beyond. It is a deep and transformative experience that helps us find a new sense of purpose and understanding. It is a spiritual enlightenment that allows us to see the world in a completely new way." It is with this concept in mind that Marta Fàbregas, for whom satori, femininity, and feminism are related, talks about her latest project. The artist invites us to look beyond what surrounds us, always proposing figures of historically oppressed and marginalized women, and invites us, through a feminist reading of her work, to transcend the limits of reality, finding a deeper and more meaningful reading of these images.