Sofía Táboas presents her most recent pictorial series, Liminar, within Siembra at kurimanzutto. In this series of paintings, transformation takes a central role. It is exhibited in aerial views and sliding colors which are projected as topographical accidents seen in geography. Táboas uses paint to enact and reflect upon the changes in landscape that occur when earthly terrain loses stability. The paint’s fluid behavior is evident in its constant contact with the canvas as it smoothly glides over, enacting the movement of landslides; patches of earth sliding down slopes and across plains. Successive chromatic lines on the linen surface build a continuous liminal space. The process creates unique color combinations of harmony and sequence thus revealing color as a complex structural element central to the identity of each painting.
Sofía Táboas received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from UNAM, Mexico City (1986-1990). During the 90s, she was a founding member of the alternative space Temístocles 44 in Mexico City.
Her most important exhibitions include: Intermediate Key, kurimanzutto, Mexico City (2019); Azul sólido, Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Spain (2016); Sofía Táboas. Verde Terrestre, Galería Bacelos, Madrid, Spain (2015); Piedra Principio, Fundación RAC, Pontevedra, Spain (2014); Revisiones Superficies Límites, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City (201 1); Cinco Jardines Flotantes Para Cinco Piedras, Casa de Lago Juan José Arreola, Mexico City (2009); Azul Pacífico, Casa Barragán, Mexico City (2008); Silvestre, Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico City, (2002).
Additionally, she has participated in group exhibitions at the following institutions: FRAC Bourgogne in Dijon, France (2014); Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City (2013); Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) Long Beach, California, United States (2012); MUCA-UNAM (Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte), Mexico City, (2008); The Moore Building, Miami, United States (2002).