Analia Saban was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1980 and lives in Los Angeles and New York City. She has exhibited widely in both solo and group shows. Recent group exhibitions include Variations: Conversations in and Around Abstract Painting, LACMA, CA, Vibrant Matter, Kiosk, Ghent, Belgium, both 2015, An Appetite for Painting, National Museum of Norway, Oslo, 2014, Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 2: Analia Saban, Is this a painting?, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, 2014, Le Club des Sous L'Eau / Nouvelles Vagues / Young Curator Season, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2013, the Hammer Museum’s first Los Angeles biennial exhibition, MADE IN LA 2012 and LA>La Ballena Negra, MARCO Museum of Contemporary Art, Vigo, Spain, 2012, Lost Line: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, 2012, and Pour une grammaire du hazard, FRI-ART, Centre d'art Contemporain de Fribourg, Switzerland, 2012/2013. She is the recipient of the Norton Museum’s Rudin Prize For Emerging Photographers Award, West Palm Beach, 2012, the Santa Monica Artist Fellowship, 2010, as well as grants from the Durfee Foundation, 2009 and the Fundacion Antorchas Fellowship, Buenos Aires, 2003 – 2005.
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Her works may be beige, but Analia Saban’s practice is anything but boring. The Argentinean-born artist, who at 34 has studios in both Santa Monica, California and Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, is destined for art historical legacy - if her mentors have anything to do with it. “John Baldessari is my main adviser,” she...
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