Karsten Schubert London is delighted to announce the representation of British abstract painter Sarah Kogan. The gallery recently displayed her paintings in Room 2 and commissioned a new lithograph for the London Original Print Fair 2020, showing online for the month of May.
This announcement coincides with our current Online Viewing Room, Sarah Kogan: From the Corner of my Eye, dedicated to Kogan's recent series of large-scale works.
Sarah Kogan is a British artist and curator who works in London's East End. She is a trustee of APT Gallery and Studios. Recent exhibitions include Tom Rowland Artroom, a solo show (2019), Miniscule Venice (58th Venice Biennale, 2019) and the publicly-funded international touring exhibition Changing the Landscape (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Cogliandrino, Italy; The National Archives, UK; Atrium Gallery, London School of Economics and Manchester Central Library, 2016–18). She was selected by Alison Wilding for Creekside Open 2017 at APT Gallery, London. Sarah Kogan has been a guest lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts, The Estorick Collection and the groundbreaking 'Art of Psychiatry' module at Bethlem Royal Hospital. Contributions to presentations and academic conferences include The Photographers' Gallery, The British Library, The National Archives UK and Roehampton University.
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