Bibi Davidson is an Israeli born, Los Angeles based artist whose illustrative-style works are allegorical representations of the chaotic and unsettling realities of her childhood. Her boldly colored narrative paintings are autobiographical and social commentary while simultaneously layered with with elements of humor. The ever-present girl in the red dress that populates many of her paintings functions as her alter ego in addition to a symbol of her inner turmoil. Through the process of painting, Davidson charms and calms her inner self. Her captivating and purposefully quirky works investigate personal and universal conflicts, as well as the chaos that defines our times.
Bibi Davidson’s most recent solo exhibition was The Girl in the Red Dress at Gallery 825, Los Angeles (2016). Her work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions throughout Southern California including: Laluzapalooza, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, With Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Fantastic Feminist Figuration at Groundspace, Personal Narrative at Annenberg Community Beach House, Love and Hate, Avenue 50 Studio (2017); A Feminist Perspective, MuzeuMM, Mas Attack, Torrance Art Museum
(2016); Day Dreamers at BG Gallery, Bergamont Station, Sacred Memories, Pico House Gallery, Bunnymania, Chungking Studios and Wilding Cran Gallery (2015).