Born in Mexico city in 1963, Betsabee Romero studied Fine Arts and the History of Arts in Paris, France, and Mexico City.
She has had more than 40 individual exhibitions all over the world including: - Road Show, at Ramis Barquet Gallery, New York - On the Freeway, at The Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra Australia. - Lagrimas Negras (Black Tears) at the Amparo Museum, Puebla; Museum of Contemporary Art, Monterrey and San Ildefonso, Mexico City.
She has also created many “Urban Interventions,” working with local communities in East L.A., Colonia Buenos Aires in Mexico City; Idaho; Chicago; Toulouse, France and others.
She has participated in many Group Exhibitions and Biennials: - InSite 97 en México-Tijuana, - Art Grandeur Nature, La Courneuve Paris, - Cinco Continentes D.F., - Habana Biennal 2004, Cuba. - Portoalegre Biennal, Brasil, 2004 - Poligraphic Trienal de San Juan Puerto Rico 2004, - Eco, Arte Contemporáneo Mexicano Museo Reyna Sofía
You can find her work in many important collections including: - Jacques et Natasha Gelman Collection - Daros Collection, Switzerland - LACMA L.A., USA - Museum of Modern Art of Houston
She holds a Master in Visual Arts, ENAP, from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, and has studied the History of Art at the Louvre Museum, Paris, France; the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France; and the History of Art at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.