Saskya Fun Sang

Saskya Fun Sang | Sin título 3

Saskya Fun Sang

Sin título 3, 2018

Gres esmaltado, brillo dorado

45 x 88 cm

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Quito, Ecuador

Programa General A13

about Saskya Fun Sang

Chicago (Estados Unidos),

Saskya Fun Sang obtained her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago with emphasis on Ceramics, Printmaking and Fiber art in May 2016. Through her work she explores ideas about gender, sex and the female body, allowing her pieces to exist in ambiguous territories where binaries are not only questioned, but disrupted. This ambiguity presented in her pieces is achieved not only by the imagery she creates but also by the combination of materials used, such as fabrics, clay, paper, found objects, etc. as well as the use of repetition and deconstruction. She is also in constant exploration for new ways to deal with instances of pain, a search that allows -and forces- her to incorporate documents, memories, dreams and painfully personal experiences in her art practice, treating them as materials in themselves. Through her work, the personal and material become one, creating a process that is meticulously difficult both physically and emotionally. However, these are the elements that end up becoming vital to the final product.

about the artist's works

Saskya Fun Sang's works

Featured works

Ángela Lergo | Even in the darkest hout

Ángela Lergo

Even in the darkest hout, 2019

Mármol, resina, colores acrílicos

40 x 50 x 50 cm

David Moreno | Compartir I

David Moreno

Compartir I, 2019

Pintura de acero de plata

50 x 28 x 70 cm

Carlos Tárdez | San Sebastián

Carlos Tárdez

San Sebastián, 2018

Resina policromada y dardo

9 x 5 x 14 cm


Daniel Sueiras | Retrato de Marilyn Monroe

Daniel Sueiras

Retrato de Marilyn Monroe, 2019

Óleo sobre madera

40.5 x 32.5 cm

Quintana Martelo | Duque de Medinacelli 9

Quintana Martelo

Duque de Medinacelli 9, 2015

Oil on canvas

195 x 195 cm


Miguel Vallinas | Suppe n 29

Miguel Vallinas

Suppe n 29, 2019


70 x 70 cm


Onay Rosquet | Tuesday

Onay Rosquet

Tuesday, 2018

Oil on canvas

80 x 80 cm

Rosanna Casano | Esquina

Rosanna Casano

Esquina, 2019

Oil on paper

33 x 41.5 cm

Rusudan Khizanishvili | The Only Love

Rusudan Khizanishvili

The Only Love, 2017

Acrylic on canvas

97 x 130 cm