SARAH HOBBS

Hobbs constructs psychological space that explores the human psyche. She relishes the idea that we are all beautifully flawed. Hobbs explores human behaviors and compulsions in clinical subjects and believes that tendencies toward one issue or another are present in everyone. The settings are always in actual spaces as opposed to a studio. The domestic setting places the scene in reality while the situation created is an elaborate exaggeration. The space represents a thought process, a feeling, or a subconscious drive. Recently a 2011 Artadia Grant Awardee, Hobbs work is in the collections of: Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Sir Elton John Collection, Knoxville Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston).

SARAH HOBBS - Denial, 2008
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24 x 30 inch Chromogenic Print, Edition of 10
48 x 60 inch Chromogenic Print, Edition of 5
All sizes signed, titled, dated, numbered artist label verso

SARAH HOBBS

Denial, 2008
SARAH HOBBS - Denial, 2008

SARAH HOBBS

Denial, 2008
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24 x 30 inch Chromogenic Print, Edition of 10
48 x 60 inch Chromogenic Print, Edition of 5
All sizes signed, titled, dated, numbered artist label verso

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