[Splash]: Sarah Bahbah

June 7, 2018

PRESS RELEASE: Monday 4 June 

[Splash]

A solo show by Sarah Bahbah

 

“you’ve probably seen my art on someone else’s account”

 

Lawrence Alkin Gallery: 8 June - 22 June 2018

Private View and Press Review: Thursday 7 June 6-9pm

 

Artist Sarah Bahbah, announces today ‘Splash’ a solo exhibition at Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London opening June 7, 2018.

Bahbah’s first solo exhibition in London will host a collection of her most viral raw storytelling visuals, depicted as a series of cinematic stills illustrating themes of love, heart break, and coming of age with her particular brand of feminine ennui.


Australian-born, Palestinian raised, Los Angeles-based Bahbah is celebrated for her raw and explicit exploration of the intimate psyche of the female millennial generation through photography and written dialogue.

Straight off the major success of solo exhibitions in Art Basel Miami, Los Angeles and New York with tens of thousands in attendance, Bahbah is bringing her show to London, solidifying her spot as one of the most influential independent visual artist of our time. In her latest collection, Bahbah captures the familiarity of what it’s like to have high intensity emotions and insecure attachments in relationships. Emotions stimulated from having a vast ambivalence between wanting to be loved, fear of being loved and of wanting intimacy but wanting isolation, all the same.


@sarahbahbah

Where:
Lawrence Alkin Gallery
42 New Compton Street, London, WC2H 8DA
VIP Opening Night:
June 7, 2018
6pm – 10pm

General Public:
June 8 – June 22, 2018
Open daily Mon - Friday
11am – 6pm

For press inquiries, please contact: Lisa Marie Posso
lmp@lisamarieprojects.com

ABOUT SARAH BAHBAH: Known for her explicit transparent exploration of the internal voices of young females, Sarah Bahbah’s raw storytelling style, depicted as film stills, celebrates the true power of transparency, and empowers viewers to embrace indulgence of body mind and emotion. Displayed in major art exhibitions around the world, admired by celebrities, celebrated in global publication, and with a cult-like following on Instagram, her social cause of women finding freedom in self-love is achieving worldwide reach and impact. Culminating in 2014’s, ‘Sex and Takeout” through to 2018’s ‘I Could Not Protect Her’ series, @sarahbahbah is now one of the most shared accounts on Instagram.