Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Gaby Sahhar

Portrait of Gaby Sahhar

Page presents Gaby Sahhar, the New York debut of the London-based artist. Released explores alternative forms of knowledge-making through queer shapeshifting. Soaked in a kaleidoscopic palette of India and alcohol ink, Sahhar’s new works draw on processes of articulation within LGBTQI+ communities that resist academic domination. Such tools of thought migrate across borders, slipping into the pores of the public sphere, shifting into a collective body.

Gaby Sahhar (b. 1992, London, UK) lives and works in London, UK. Sahhar received a BA from Goldsmiths, London in 2015. Solo exhibitions include MAC VAL, Paris / The Kooples Art Prize (2023); PAGE (NYC), New York (2022); and Sweetwater, Berlin (2019). Group exhibitions include Fragment Gallery, New York (2022); Sadie Coles HQ, London (2022); and Museum of Moscow, Russia (2020).

Installation view, Gaby Sahhar, Released, PAGE (NYC), 2022.
Gaby Sahhar, Released, 2022, India and alcohol ink on synthetic paper, 80 x 156 inches.
Gaby Sahhar, Shadow of the Other, 2022, Oil on canvas, 35.5 x 23.75 inches




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  1. […] Gaby Sahhar joined us from London in late August shortly after their show, Released, came down at Page Gallery in NYC. The gallery itself is quite small, the same dimensions as Sahhar’s London studio. For this show, they decided to create something quite large for this small space, immersing the viewer in a collage of archival imagery from London, New York and Brazil including parts of a protest, streets and sidewalks, mascots and more. The concept behind the work examined our process of articulation, particularly as related to the LGBTo learn more about this work and other aspects of Sahhar’s practice, listen to the complete interview. […]


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