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Saban’s diverse practice spans painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography. She addresses the material nature of these mediums, investigating their physical properties through scientific and archaeological experiments. This work is a recent example from the artist’s ongoing Markings series in which she carefully peels a photographic emulsion from the surface of a photograph and reapplies it to an adjacent white canvas. Here, a photograph of cadmium pigment is playfully reinvented as a pigment itself, and is used by the artist to mark the canvas in a painterly gesture.
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Analia Saban (Argentinian, b. 1980) is an Argentinian artist whose diverse oeuvre explores the intercontextuality of art practice with the mimetic quality of her chosen mediums. Saban’s works relate sculpture and painting, blurring the line between the two, and presenting them as one and of the same vain. Her sculptural paintings present a textural and tactile surface with which she confirms and concedes practice and form. In 2012, she was awarded the Norton Museum’s 2012 "Rudin Prize For Emerging Photographers.” The same year she participated in the Hammer museum’s seminal “Made in LA” exhibit.