Luis López Gabú

Luis López Gabú

A Coruña, 1963

He is mainly a photographer, and also a painter, self-taught. He has spent part of his life traveling alone in places such as sub-Saharan Africa -from Guinea Bissau he takes his artistic name: Gabú-, Ethiopia, Somalia, the Maghreb, the Brazilian Amazon, Colombia, Cuba, Santo Domingo, Haiti and Indochina. He began his artistic work in the nineties and since then he has held collective and individual exhibitions at the National Museum of Anthropology in Madrid, at the Spanish Consulate in Hannover (Germany), as well as in Havana, Tokyo, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, and various cities in Galicia and Spain. He is an artistic collaborator of the National Museum of Anthropology in Madrid. His awards include the unanimous jury prize Isaac Díaz Pardo and the second prize of the Academy of Fine Arts of A Coruña. His work is also represented in collections such as the National Museum of Anthropology in Madrid, Abanca, Diputación de A Coruña and the Ministry of Labor.

This artist exhibits in the following galleries

Moret Art

Programa General

Artist's works

Luis López Gabú | Encuentro con la noche

Luis López Gabú

Encuentro con la noche, 2010

Impresión digital con pigmentos Epson Fine Art sobre Dibond

88 x 132 cm

Luis López Gabú | Niebla

Luis López Gabú

Niebla, 2010

Impresión digital con pigmentos Epson Fine Art sobre Dibond

63 x 80 cm

Luis López Gabú | Rayo de luz

Luis López Gabú

Rayo de luz, 2010

Impresión digital con pigmentos Epson Fine Art sobre Dibond

94 x 62 cm