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Sharon Berebichez is a passionate artist whose work approaches the subjects of the critical moments we are going through as a society, including all the environmental challenges we face.

As an ecofeminist, she tries to emphasize the relationships between women living in a patriarchal society and the culture built on the domination of nature. She references 'the home' as a cultural space to allow women to be part of society without having to choose between being a mother or wife and having a career or profession.

Using materials such as acrylic and oil paint, fabric, embroidery, paper, and resin, she creates realistic, colorful, and alive works. As a process-based artist, she relies on the repetition of movement. The creation of patterns becomes a meditative process that allows her to be present and mindful, connecting with her work and her identity as a woman.


Solo Exhibitions


2019        Creatures of Light, Frost Science Museum, Miami, FL

2019        The Chairs, Michael-Ann Russel JCC, Miami, FL

2017        Sharon Berebichez, Turnberry Hotel, Miami, FL


Group Exhibitions

2024        La Mujer y sus causas, Mexican Cultural Institute in Miami, FL

2024        Like Frida, Instituto Marangoni Miami, FL

2024        Artists for Israel, Miami Ironside, FL

2024        Seas of Sorrow, Mexican Cultural Institute in Miami, FL

2023        The American Denim, MIFA Gallery, Miami, FL

2023        Punto de Inflexión, The Ant Project, Mexico City

2023        Color Culture: Our History and Heritage Through Fiber, NY

2023        3 Angles, Artis Fine Arts, Hollywood, Florida

2022        Life at Street Level, Harvest Project, Pinecrest Gardens, Miami, FL

2022        El Hilo Conductor II - In search of Dreams, The Migrant Experience, part of Threading the City by FAMA, at Cultural Institute of Mexico, Miami, FL    

2022        A Room of Our Own, CAMP gallery, North Miami, FL

2022        El Hilo Conductor II, organized by HISPAFEST, the Colombian Consulate in Miami and Instituto Cultural de México en Miami, hosted by Doral                                          Contemporary Art Museum, Doral, FL

2022        Elemental, The Frank C. Ortis Gallery, Pembroke Pines, FL

2021        Women pulling at the threads of social discourse, Camp Gallery, North Miami, FL

2021        El Hilo Conductor, BOX Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL

2021        El Hilo Conductor, Mexican Consulate, Miami, FL

2020        Inspired by Masters, Sagamore Hotel, Miami Beach, FL

2018        Nest of Wonders, Upper Buena Vista, Miami, FL

2018        Bello Spazio, Curator’s Art Voice Projects, Miami Beach, FL

2018        Boca Raton Art Fair, Boca Raton, FL

2018        Workshop 360, Miami, FL

2018        Design on a Dime, Design District, Miami, FL

2018        Trends and More exhibit, Curator’s Art Voice Projects, Wynwood, Miami, FL

2018        Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Miami, FL Awarded first prize in 3D mixed media

2017        XI Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy

2017        Femme Fatale, Sagamore Hotel, Miami Beach, FL

2016        Art Concept Fair, Balthaz Art Gallery, Miami, FL 

2015        Art Wynwood Fair, Galleria Farina, Miami, FL 

2013        Painting Exhibit at Harbor Island, Hollywood, FL

2011        South-North, Torre del Reloj Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

2001        Collective exhibit at UC Berkeley, California

1999        Atelier, Museum Ex-convento del Desierto de los Leones, Mexico City, Mexico


Fine Art Workshops and Residencies


2022              A Play in the Garden of Stitch with Paula Kovarik, Coconut Grove, FL

2022              Fiber Art and Clay Workshops, Teotitlan del Valle and Jaliesa, Oaxaca, Mexico

2021              Dying fibers with Natural pigments, Weaving Loom Tapestry residency in Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico

2010-2013    Painting workshop with renowned Professor Carlos Garcia de la Nuéz, Xochimilco, Mexico

2005              Abstract Painting Workshop, University Iberoamericana, with Prof. Begoña Zorrilla Fullahondo, Mexico City, Mexico

2005              Oil on Texture, University Iberoamericana, with Blanca Peña Fentanes, Mexico City, Mexico

2004-2006    Drawing workshop with renowned Professor Gilberto Aceves Navarro, Mexico City, Mexico

2003-2006    Ceramics experimental workshop with Professor Alberto Díaz de Cossío, Mexico City, Mexico

2001              The Language of Painting with Prof. John McNamara, UC Berkeley, California 

1996-1999    Oil painting classes with Professor Pablo Szemulewitz. Also working as a Teacher Assistant for his painting workshop for children. Mexico City, Mexico

1994              Photography workshop at Contemporary Art Cultural Center in Mexico City, with renown Professor Saul Serrano


Professional Work Experience

2019-2022    Visual arts Teacher at my studio with over 60 students of various ages, Miami, FL

2003-2006    Founder and Teacher at Paraíso Tierra, a painting school for children with a broad curriculum on artistic technique and art history, Mexico City, 

2002              Art Director, ZETA MEXICO, Mexico City, Mexico 



2000              Bachelor in Arts at University Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Mexico

2022              ILAP International Lab for Art Practices by Uncool Artists (Online)

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