Gisela Fabian Biography

Hamburg, Germany.

ESTABLISHED NAIF painter and print maker Gisela Fabian's work visualises a pure, innocent vision of the future, a world full of hope, optimism and fantasy.

Fabian's journey of self discovery took her to Haiti, where she developed an affinity with naif art. Fabian has since become a pioneer in modern primitive painting.

Fabian's work has been included in numerous PUBLICATIONS including: - "American Folk Art of the 20th Century" - "La Cite' et les Naifs" - "Liberties with Liberty".

She has exhibited at the Museum of American Folk Art, New York, and the following MUSEUMS and PRIVATE COLLECTIONS hold Fabian's work: - Musee d'Art Naif, L'Ile de France, Paris - Milwaukee Museum of Art - Riverside Art Museum, California - Ontario Museum of Art and History, Ontario, CA

Fabian's SOLO SHOWS include:


Art 21 Las Vegas, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV

1996 - "Summer Diversions", Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA. - Art Brilliant, Tokyo, Japon

1992 - Cornerstone Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA

1991 - Cornerstone Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA

1990 - Pacific Rim Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA - Mountaintop Gallery, Windham, N.Y.

1988 - Portal Gallery, Chicago, IL

1987 - Gallery Urban, Nagoya, Japn

1987 - Gallery Urban, New York, N.Y.

1985 - Morgan & Co., Greenwich, CT.

1984 - Marymount Manhattan College, New York, N.Y.

1978 - Grove Village Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL.