In this edition of arts24, Eve Jackson is joined by one of the most important abstract painters of her generation. Born in Hong Kong, Fiona Rae grew up in Indonesia, then London, where she trained as an artist in the 1980s. She became part of the infamous generation known as YBAs or Young British Artists in the 1990s, being shortlisted for the prestigious Turner Prize when she was 27 before becoming one of the youngest people to be elected to Britain's prestigious Royal Academy of Art a decade later. Her work has been shown all over the world and she is regularly celebrated here in France. Fiona's new show is at the Natalie Obadia Gallery in Paris until March.