“In my work, crowds march toward common goals, which revolve around dreams that human beings share as a society: the search for peace, the struggle for a better life.”
The “walkers” tirelessly search for their dreams on the path of life that is often unknown to them but may lead to freedom and peace in another reality. His works encapsulate the world we live in today: the protests, the students marching together, united. They never give up, and they unified in their search for answers.
Every piece he creates is a self-portrait. He is part of the canvas, part of the people, united with them searching for an exit. His “walkers” are anonymous. There is no race, age, gender. The “walkers” live joined in body and soul. Their spirit is confident and believes it can bring change to this world by being united, strong and hopeful. My works are a universal expression of manifesting our feelings and the protesters that we become to materialize our dreams.
The Pacific manifestations are our only way of showing that we are tired of living in a world of oppression. The solution is to be united and to know that we are not alone on this path to freedom for our future generations.
Mesa has been developing people marching in streets, surrounded by buildings with a dramatic depth to symbolize oppression and how the government and society shadow us.
His large multi-figure works inspired by rallies and protests against oppressive governments. Rather than focusing on the chaos of these situations, he opts to portray a sense of organized human determination. Multitudes are unified to courageously face these obstacles together, offering a sense of hope and possible peace amid the strife and struggle of the current social and political issues.
Fabio was selected by Christie Mitchell Assistant Curator Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, to be part of a collective exhibition at the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, CT.
Isabella Garrucho Fine Art, Greenwich, CT, June 2017
Scenario Gallery, Miami, FL
Ex-is-ten-tial Exhibition, Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich, CT, May 2016
Emergence, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT 2015
Art Bastion Gallery, Miami, FL, October 2015
Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich, CT, 98th Juried Exhibition 2015
Miami Art and Design, Miami, FL, 2014
Fabio completed on January 17, 2017, one of the most massive murals in Miami, across the Four Season Hotel in Brickel Avenue.
The Embracing Art Volunteer Team in Greenwich, CT, awarded Fabio with a certificate of recognition for his commitment, accomplishment, dedication, and love for the arts. Fabio has made multiple donations to benefit the Greenwich Art Council social programs on behave of our nonprofit organization.
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