Sarah G. Sharp
I utilize real and imaginary forms inspired by vernacular architecture, analog modes of communication and "inspirational" decor that address what it means to exist in the margins of a community; in the border-zone between inside and outside.
Sarah G. Sharp received an MFA in Studio Art and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art History in 2008 from Purchase College, SUNY. Exhibitions include Content and Discontent curated by Dede Young at the Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York; 50,000 Beds organized by Chris Doyle at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; Slightly Off Center, curated by Ethelyn Honig, 55 Mercer Street Gallery, NY and a forthcoming solo exhibition at Gallery 1724 in Houston, TX. Sarah received a Library Research Grant from The Getty Research Institute in 2008 and publication of her oral history interview with the artist Elaine Reichek for the Smithsonian Institute’s Archive of American Art is forthcoming. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.