Ñaco Fabré (Palma de Mallorca, 1965) works with oil paint, graphite, varnish, charcoal and vinyl. He uses a reduced pallete: tobaccos, greys, blues and blacks, which form landscapes of undone colours. Later, using graphite, calligraphic lines emerge from these unreal atmospheres, sometimes strong and sometimes subtle, as visualisers of ethereal pictorial atmospheres.
Fabré’s work places the spectator on the fragile line between the density of the flat painting and the mysteries of a landscape to be revealed.
This artist’s painting been acquiring ever greater recognition, and can be found in diverse collections and museums, having been exhibited in countries such as France, Germany and Argentina. He has received distinguished awards such as: XV Premio Navarra de Pintura, Museo de Navarra; Finalist Premio Ciudad de Torrelavega 2000 and the Premio Ciutat de Palma, 2000. He has been working with Galería ASTARTÉ since 1997.