Saban has said of her work that “I use a spectrum of materials depending on what needs to be conveyed through the work.” She often works with materials in ways that confuse or subvert their typical meaning or use in studio art practice: for example, she often casts objects in acrylic paint. She is well known for creating paintings in which the paint is sculpted by a laser. In many of her works she is involved in the “deconstruction” of painting.

Saban’s work has been exhibited widely in the US and Europe.

Analia Saban
Analia Saban
Buenos Aires, 1980

Current Exhibitions

More / Less

de la Cruz Collection

01 Dec — 30 Nov
More / Less groups works by several international contemporary artists, produced during the last thirty years. The exhibition wants to investigate shifts in contemporary visual culture creating a mutual dialogue between...

Past Exhibitions

Face and Form

de la Cruz Collection
01/12/2017 — 30/11/2018

Progressive Praxis

de la Cruz Collection
29/11/2016 — 29/11/2017

Wasteland. New Art from Los Angeles

Thaddeus Ropac Pantin
13/03/2016 — 17/07/2016

No Man’s Land: Women Artists from the RFC

The Rubell Family Collection
02/12/2015 — 28/05/2016

You’ve Got to Know the Rules…to Break Them

de la Cruz Collection
01/12/2015 — 08/10/2016

Solo Shows

Living Color, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France (solo)
Recursion, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
LA 2007 Soft Core – Perspectives for a New Guerrilla Art, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
Arte Povera Now and Then – Perspectives for a New Guerrilla Art, ESSO Gallery, New York, NY
When Things Collapse, Galerie Praz-Delavallade. Paris, France (solo)
Wet Paintings in the Womb, Galerie Spruth Magers, Projekte. Munich, Germany (solo)
Bit by Bit, Kim Light Gallery / Lightbox (Inaugural Exhibition), Los Angeles, CA (solo)
Light Opt(s): A Selection, LIGHTBOX Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Artist’s Touch / The Slight of the Hand, LINCART, San Francisco, CA
New Sculpture in Southern California, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange County, CA
Fast Forward, a Passion for the New, Red House Gallery / House of Campari, Venice, CA
Genderosity, 4F Gallery, Chinatown, Los Angeles, CA
SUPERSONIC, L.A. Design Center, Los Angeles, CA
New Wight Gallery – University of California, Los Angeles, CA
Paper, Patricia Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Digital Louisiana, Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
Matérico vs. Digital, Lanín Galería – Pasaje Lanín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Feedback, The Visual Arts Center and Collins C. Diboll Gallery, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA

Contacts & Details

City of birth: Buenos Aires Country of birth: Argentina Date of birth: 1980 Lives in: Los Angeles, USA
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