Born 1976 London
Lives and works in South West France
Rebecca Taber is a British artist and curator working with painting, drawing and film. In her best works her lightness of touch become a perfect metaphor for the transcience and yearning of memory and the dream like state that is at the root of her concerns.
Rebecca has shown extensively in the UK, Europe and USA. Represented between 2005-2009 by Danielle Horn (Associate Director of Carroll Fletcher London). In 2009 Rebecca was awarded a 4 year work visa by WESTAF California Arts Council. Working as artist in residence at KALA Arts Institute Oakland California. Recent exhibitions include, Studio Baustelle, Berlin 2018, Proud Archivist Gallery, Haggerston London 2016 in conjunction with Rimbaud & Verlaine Poetry Foundation for National Poetry Day. She is the Director and Founder of arts association CAB Lectoure, France.