Fabián Cerón

Mexican/American, b. 1996


Fabián Cerón was born in 1996 in San Jose, California and grew up near Wausau in Central Wisconsin.

Studying under the direction of Joseph Mougel, Lindsey Lochman, and Allen Morris, multi-disciplinary artist, Fabián Cerón completed a BFA in studio art with an emphasis in photography from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. In 2019, Cerón was selected to participate in the 40th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Juried Exhibition at the Trout Museum in Appleton, WI, awarding him as 90 of Wisconsin’s most talented visual artists. He received his first public solo exhibition, "Decoction", held at Refraction Gallery at UW-Milwaukee in 2022.

Ceron’s photography is influenced by the expressive brush work of the contemporary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and the aesthetic principles of Laszlo Maholy-Nagy’s experimental photography of the Bauhaus.
Cerón currently resides in Chicago, IL where he continues to develop his artwork, as the Assistant Director at Richard Norton Gallery.

  • Cameraless Selfie, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18450
  • Diptych Composicion #23, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    23 x 14 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18442
  • Red Metropolis, #1, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    10 x 8 inches

    Signed on reverse

    #18454
  • Red Metropolis, #2, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    10 x 8 inches

    Signed on reverse

    #18455
  • Oro Incendido, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    14 x 19 inches

    Signed on reverse

    #18456
  • Composicion en Azul, 2019
    Silver gelatin & cyanotype print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18448
  • Violet Abstraction, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    11 x 14 inches

    Signed on reverse, center

    #18452
  • Composicion #3 Azul y Café, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    5 x 7 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18444
  • Rosa Expresiòn , 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18465
  • Insparado, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 5 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18466
  • Expresiòn Plateada, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18464
  • Rythmic Form #4, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18447
  • Movimientos Temporarios, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18463
  • Ondulante, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed on reverse

    #18457
  • Space Modulator Prototype, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    5 x 4 inches

    signed and dated on reverse

    #18445
  • Space Modulator F1, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    10 x 8 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18449
  • Espacia Organica, 2020
    Cyanotype on handmade paper, unique
    6 x 4 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18446
  • Besos Oscuros, 2020
    Besos Oscuros
    8 x 10 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18462
  • Espacio y Forma #2, 2019
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    11 x 14 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18453
  • Puntas Azules, 2019
    Cyanotype on handmade paper, unique
    6 x 4 inches

    Signed lower on reverse

    #18443
  • Midnight Passage, 2020
    Silver gelatin print, unique
    10 x 8 inches

    Signed and dated on reverse

    #18451

Fabián Cerón was born in 1996 in San Jose, California and grew up near Wausau in Central Wisconsin.

Studying under the direction of Joseph Mougel, Lindsey Lochman, and Allen Morris, multi-disciplinary artist, Fabián Cerón completed a BFA in studio art with an emphasis in photography from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. In 2019, Cerón was selected to participate in the 40th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Juried Exhibition at the Trout Museum in Appleton, WI, awarding him as 90 of Wisconsin’s most talented visual artists. He received his first public solo exhibition, "Decoction", held at Refraction Gallery at UW-Milwaukee in 2022.

Ceron’s photography is influenced by the expressive brush work of the contemporary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and the aesthetic principles of Laszlo Maholy-Nagy’s experimental photography of the Bauhaus.
Cerón currently resides in Chicago, IL where he continues to develop his artwork, as the Assistant Director at Richard Norton Gallery.

14-119 Merchandise Mart Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60654

(312) 644-8855
info@richardnortongallery.com

Gallery Hours
Monday through Friday
9 am to 5 pm