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Fabrice HYBER is a visual artist born in Luçon in the Vendée (France) in 1961. After studying at the Beaux-Arts de Nantes between 1979 and 1985, he works mainly in Paris. It is in 1981 that he realized his first painting, the square meter of lipstick at the biennial of the drawing of Saint Etienne.
Fabrice HYBER is a very prolific artist who mainly uses painting, charcoal drawing, collage and video. He became known mainly by making partnerships with companies and this since the beginning of his career. He will even create the company UR to finance these collaborations. The work of Fabrice Hyber includes committed works, such as the sculpture l’artère located in the park of La Villette. It is an alley of the park in question, paved with tiles illustrated by Fabrice Hyber. He realized this work in collaboration with the association Sidaction.
The works of HYBER are in dialogue with each other. They are connected, like the branches of a plant.
Fabrice Hyber’s artistic issues are astronomy, biology, mathematics, physics and ecology: recurring issues in his work, hence his need to associate himself with scientific works. He has, for example, worked with the biotechnologist Robert S Langer. His homeopathic paintings deal with the body and the landscape. Otherwise, he made illustrations for a scientific book with the Pasteur Institute. This book dealt with single-cell microbes.
HYBER has received the following honors:
He was elected a knight of arts and letters in 2012.
In 2017, he was awarded a Golden Lyon at the Venice Biennale.
He is a member of the Academy of Fine Arts since 2018.
In 1995 the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris dedicates an exhibition with the Hybertmarché.
Finally, he was named ambassador of the ONF fund: Acting for the forest in 2021.