Photo Caren Levin
Analia Saban
Artist

Analia Saban studied Visual Arts at Loyola University and New Genres at University of California. She has exhibited in various institutions worldwide such as Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, NGV Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, LACMA, Los Angeles, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. She was artist-in-residence at the Getty Museum in 2015–2016 and is the 2002 recipient of the Art Council Award, Los Angeles.

Saban’s works are represented in the collections of the MOCA / Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Centre Pompidou, among others.

Analia Saban
Artist

Analia Saban studied Visual Arts at Loyola University and New Genres at University of California. She has exhibited in various institutions worldwide such as Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, NGV Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, LACMA, Los Angeles, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. She was artist-in-residence at the Getty Museum in 2015–2016 and is the 2002 recipient of the Art Council Award, Los Angeles.

Saban’s works are represented in the collections of the MOCA / Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Centre Pompidou, among others.

Courtesy Spruth Magers / Photo Brian Forrest

Courtesy Spruth Magers / Photo Brian Forrest

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    MACK
    International
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    Black Cube
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    Publication
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    International
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