Delia Cabral is an international art dealer, consultant, and advisor. Originally from Northern California, she now splits her time between Los Angeles and London, working with both high-profile and emerging artists in all capacities. Acting as the liaison between artists, markets, collectors and audiences both near and far, she has woven an intricate and trusted network of players across the globe. Cabral has extensive experience curating and designing creative spaces, as well as guiding artists professionally, and is familiar with the ins and outs of marketing in the art world. Cabral commands an unmatched taste for the fine and fresh. Her writing has inspired and informed readers of several high-end publications with a voice that is steeped in raw, intuitive talent. Her expertise is unrivalled when it comes to knowing when and where to place, promote, and present an artist and their work–whether it be in a gallery, museum, office or home—and her knack for all-things-art is necessary to bring one’s experience to the next level.
Since 2008 Cabral has partnered on numerous high-profile projects with veteran art critic, curator and historian Peter Frank, art critic for the Huffington Post and Associate Editor of Fabrik Magazine.
PETER FRANK is Associate Editor at Fabrik Magazine, Formerly Senior Curator at the Riverside Art Museum, Frank has also served as Editor of THEmagazine Los Angeles and Visions Art Quarterly and as critic for Angeleno magazine and the L.A. Weekly. Frank was born in 1950 in New York, where he wrote art criticism for The Village Voice and The SoHo Weekly News, and moved to Los Angeles in 1988. He contributes articles to numerous publications and has written many catalogues for one‑person and group exhibitions. Frank has also organized numerous theme and survey shows, including “Driven to Abstraction: Southern California and the Non-Objective World, 1950-1980,” for the Riverside Art Museum; “Artists’ Books U.S.A.”, “Mapped Art: Charts, Routes, Regions” and “Line and Image: The Northern Sensibility in Recent European Drawing”, all for Independent Curators Inc.; “Fluxus Film and Video” for the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid; “Young Fluxus” for Artists’ Space in New York; “To the Astonishing Horizon” for Los Angeles Visual Arts; “Southern Abstraction” for the Raleigh (NC) City Gallery of Contemporary Art; “The Theater of the Object, 1958‑1972” for New York’s Alternative Museum; “Visual Poetry” for the Otis/Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles; “Multiple World” for the Atlanta College of Art; and, most notably, “19 Artists – Emergent Americans,” the 1981 Exxon National Exhibition mounted at the Guggenheim Museum.