The artist with with some of his sculptures and paintings during the exhibition “Close Up Cuba” at Kunsthalle HGN. Today these pieces belong to the organizer of the exhibition, German professor Hans Georg Näder, president and CEO of the Otto Bock Group.
The artist in his study. Habana.
The artist with the draw on metal: Haiti 21-1-2010.
Fabelo, together with Luciano Benetton. Artist’s Studio, Havana.
With Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler, historian of the City of Havana, at Fabelo’s studio, Havana.
With Spanish musician Joaquín Sabina and Jimena Coronado, artist’s studio, Havana.
With painter Mimmo Rotella, considered the “Italian Andy Warhol”.
With Alberto II, Prince of Monaco during the exhibition “Nine Cuban Painters,” at the Antonio I Hall, Monaco Principality.
With Alberto II, Prince of Monaco during the exhibition “Nine Cuban Painters,” at the Antonio I Hall, Monaco Principality.
Con el Principe de Monaco Alberto II, Jean Pierre Pasteur y Rafael Acosta Presidente del Consejo de las Artes Plásticas de Cuba. Mónaco 2005.
With his wife Suyu and Alberto II, Prince of Monaco during the exhibition “Nine Cuban Painters,” at the Antonio I Hall, Monaco Principality.
With Spaniard Carmen Balcells, the most famous publishing agent of Hispanic literature in the world. Balcells has been the agent of six Literature Nobel Prize nominees. Fabelo’s studio, Havana.
En compañía del cantautor Silvio Rodríguez y el fotógrafo Roberto Chile durante la exposición personal del artista, Mundos en el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana. Cuba.
With Abel Prieto, minister of culture of the Republic of Cuba (1997-2012), and Rafael Acosta, president of the Plastic Arts Council (1995-2009), during the National Visual Arts Award ceremony, Havana, 2004, during which Fabelo received an award.
With his wife Suyu and his friend Gabriel García Márquez, Havana.
With José Luis Cuevas, painter, draftsman, writer, engraver, sculptor and illustrator, one of the main figures of the “Rupture Generation” with Mexican mural painting. Artist's Studio. Havana.
With his wife Suyu and Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler, historian of the City of Havana, at Fabelo’s studio, Havana.
With his friend Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, at Fabelo’s solo exhibition “Un poco de mí” (Part of me), National Fine Arts Museum, Havana.
With his friend Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, at Fabelo’s solo exhibition “Un poco de mí” (Part of me), National Fine Arts Museum, Havana.
With his friend Gabriel García Márquez and friends, at Fabelo’s solo exhibition “Un poco de mí” (Part of me), National Fine Arts Museum, Havana.
Fabelo self-portrait in the permanent collection of Galleria Degli Uffizi. Left to right: the artist; Annamaria Petrioli Tofani, director of the museum; and Mrs. Flores, Cuban ambassador in Italy. Florence.
With his wife Suyu, dignitaries of the Cuban Embassy in Italy, friends of the artist, and art critic and curator Nelson Herrera Ysla during the official presentation of the self-portrait of the artist to Galleria Degli Uffizi, Florence.
With Colombian painter, sculptor, draftsman and muralist Fernando Botero, Zurich.
During his solo exhibition. Geneva.
With Colombian painter, sculptor, draftsman and muralist Fernando Botero, Zurich.
Fabelo while signing catalogues of the exhibition “Three Names – Three Concepts – Three Paths,” organized by his friend, Rioja-based gallerist Pedro Torres, at the gallery that bears his name and where works by Fabelo, Lucio Muñoz and Manolo Valdés were exhibited. In the photo are, among others, architect Enrique Hernadíz and his wife Rosi, businessman Jesús Polanco and his wife Marilu Barreiros, writer Carmen Posada, the banker Emilio Ybarra, and businesswoman Alicia Koplowitz. The photo was taken at the artist’s studio, Havana.
With spanish actor Imanol Arias, singer-songwriter Pablo Milanés and his wife Suyu. Madrid.
During his solo exhibition at Espace Cominnes with his wife Suyu and French art critic Pierre Restany, founder of ‘New Realism’ and author of the first manifesto of this artistic movement in 1960, Paris.
The artist and his wife Suyu with French singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour, considered “the ambassador of French song,” and Gabriel Tortella, founder of the Swiss magazine Tribune des Arts, during his solo exhibition at the Charlotte Moser Gallery.
Fabelo at his studio, Havana.
With Leo Brower, Cuban composer, guitarist and conductor; Tomas Luis de la Victoria, winner of the Latin-American Award and founder of the Guitar International Festival, which carries his name; and Gabriel Tortella. Artist’s studio, Havana.
With researcher, curator and art critic Llilian Llanes and Raúl Martínez, Cuban painter, photographer, muralist and graphic artist. Havana.
After having given a lecture at the Salamanca University in 1994, with professor José Luis López-Aranguren Jiménez, one of the most influential Spanish philosophers and essayists of the 20th century.
With Cuban singer Silvio Rodríguez during the shooting of the documentary film “Del sueño a la poesía” (From Dream to Poetry), artist’s studio, Havana.
With his friend Gabriel García Márquez at the artist’s studio, Havana.
With his wife Suyu,, maracaibo, Venezuela.