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Regiane Yuki Sabanai Presents
Ignacio Habrika
" My work comes from the heart, in this incredible
traffic called life. "
Crowd and Escalator
Crowds and Blue Stairs
Muses On Holiday
Born in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico in 1953.
Is a teacher in a Primary Education  and artist since 1973.
Director in  the children's art studio: Children of Tijuana A.C and
founder and teacher  Painters of Artistic Activities Program for
Primary Education.

Author of  the Arts Education Program -  area of ​​primary
education at the Institute of Culture of Baja California.
Poetas, Musa Imaginaria y Escalera
Poets On Bicycles
Temporarily Untitled
Ignacio studied fine arts in Tijuana, Mexicali and Mexico City and
monotype and silkscreen in Los Angeles and Chicago in the United
States.  Hábrika's work is part of the permanent collections of the
Museo de Arte de Las Americas O. E. A., Museum of Modern Art in
Panama as well
as various public and private collections.
The Guitarrist And Thier Muses
The Other Mask
His career is extensive in solo and group exhibitions in major museums, cultural centers and art
galleries in Mexico, United States, Panama, Ecuador, Argentina, Cuba, Italy, Spain, Brazil and
Belgium.
The Poet Returns Home
The Prophets
Awards
2009 Third place Bases I CIALEC, Córdoba, Spain.
2009 Honorable Mention. Images et Touches. Belgium.
1983 Mural Diploma Program  for the Tijuana City.
1983 Honorable Mention in Painting, IV Biennial of Baja California.
1981 Honorable Mention in Graphics, III Biennial of Baja California.
1979 Second Place in printmaking, II Biennial of Baja California.
1976 First Place Statewide Painting Competition, Teaching, Mexicali, Mexico.
The Transformer
Young Prophet