All work is an ongoing exploration of light, life and possibly a personal emotional insight.
Creation is a never ending process!
Jiménez-Dabdoub signs her phtographic work as Lily Dabdoub,
her work has been exhibited in collective exhibitions at UNAM and independent galleries in Mexico City and now:
for the first time her work will be exhibited internationally
this winter at The Square Gallery London
December 9th to 11th, 2016.
Curated by Giovanna Violi,
Colourful Greys: Liminal spaces between life and death, appreciation and appropiation
is centered on the theme of Día de los Muertos and cultural appropriation.
Interestingly, Lily's first photography published was "El de Bigotes", within the subject of Día de Muertos. From UNAM's annual photocontest of the Mega Ofrenda, this photography was chosen to be published on:
Fernández Varela, A. (Coord.) (2012). Décimo Cuarto Festival Universitario de Día de Muertos. Homenaje a Jorge Luis Borges, Megaofrenda 2011. UNAM: DGACU. (ISBN: 978-607-02-3749-2). (Pág. 43).
photograpic series: Confluencias Citadinas (City Confluences)
Exhibited in Mexico City on November 2015.