Sabina Sakoh

sabina SAKOH

Vita



1968 Born in Munich / Germany
1974 Introduction to painting by her grandfather Günther Strupp at the age of six. He was an artist and friend of Bertold Brecht and was persecuted by the Nazi regime as active member of the Résistance.
1988 Academy of fine arts in Munich / Germany under Professor Hans Baschang
1989 - 1992 German master school for fashion and design under Professor Stephan Kehlhammer and Professor Hans Schütz, Diploma
since 1993 Working self-employed as illustrator
since 2002 Freelance artist as Sabina Niederkofler Extensive examination of her grandfather's personal history; she develops the series Resistance in Paris
since 2010 Works under the pseudonym Sabina Sakoh
Participation at Culture Panel Discussion with Dr. Guido Westerwelle, former Minister for Foreign Affairs and Focus Journalist Jan Fleischhauer
2014 Awards and Scholarships: Residence Grand Award, Art Factory, Budapest
2012 / 2014 Art Fairs (selection): Art Miami, Miami
2015 The Armory Show, New York
2015 Biennale | Biennial:
1. Venice Triennale in the name of Freedom in the Art
Lives and works in Munich and Berlin

public and private collections

Collection Kunsthalle Rostock

Rostock

Collection Museum Alison & Peter W. Klein

Eberdingen-Nussdorf

Collection Holle | Salon der Gegenwart

Hamburg

Collection Kunsthalle Frank Hense

Bochum

Collection LIP Inholte

Hamburg

Collection Dr. Guido Westerwelle

Berlin

Collection Becker

Chicago

Collection Museum Rosenhang

Weilburg

My grandfather‘s work: Nana Nitribitt of Frankfurt

My father Peter Strupp working together with Willy Brandt

Nice time in New York, Participation at THE ARMORY SHOW

Together with Dr. Guido Westerwelle (German Exminister for Foreign Affairs) panal discussion

Participation Venice Triennale

My grandfather Günther Strupp, artist (painter) in resistance persecuted by the Naziregime

Together with Reinhold Messner, European citizens

Together with Dr. Guido Westerwelle (German Exminister for Foreign Affairs) panal discussion

German Minister of Foreign Affairs, Work February 2012, Sabina Sakoh