Margarita Cabrera

Born 1973
Hometown Monterrey, Mexico
Lives and Works El Paso, TX
Education
MFA Combined Media, Hunter College of the City University of New York, NY, 2001
BFA Sculpture, Hunter College of the City University of New York, NY, 1997

Margarita Cabrera is a Mexican-American artist whose works often relate to issues involving border relations and immigration. She became first known for her soft vinyl sculptures, which invoke social commentary and are intended to raise political awareness of the immigration community. Cabrera’s works often include everyday objects such as cars, coffeemakers, and blenders. The use of these objects in her artworks alludes to the intensive labor in Mexican factories. 

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Galleries

Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

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