Ming Fay: Beyond Nature featured in the New York Times Spring Gallery Guide
Phoebe Boswell – interview: ‘Grief is not a personal thing. It’s a human condition’
“23 High-Energy Gallery Shows Opening in New York This March That You Won’t Want to Miss”
Review—Beyond Fragmentation: Contemporary Collage From Central Asia
How Artist Phoebe Boswell Teaches Us to Heal Our Wounds
Marela Zacarias in “10 Works Under $10,000 to Buy at Untitled San Francisco”
Contemporary collage from Central Asia on view at Sapar Contemporary
Review—Phoebe Boswell: The Space Between Things (Autograph)
Streets Dept’s Top 15 Artworks from Art Basel 2018
Untitled Art, Miami Beach Preview: Creative Time's Justine Ludwig Picks Her Favorites
The Shape of Birds: Bridging the Cultural Divide Through Art
Alt Africa Magazine profiles Phoebe Boswell's solo booth at EXPO CHICAGO this year.
In 2018 a woman is still more likely to feature in a gallery as a painted nude than as a painter
Phoebe Boswell's new series She Summons an Army is among the highlights of EXPO Chicago
Installation view—Phoebe Boswell: She Summons an Army
John Bisbee’s Fearless American Steel
Review—Phoebe Boswell: Take Me To The Lighthouse
Artist Uthman Wahaab featured with his newest portraiture work at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair
Phoebe Boswell featured in “4 Artists and Projects to Discover at the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair”
A in-depth discussion on the female gaze and artist Phoebe Boswell’s 1-54 special project reclaiming the power of female nudity in “I Need To Believe the World is Still Beautiful”
Apollo - The International Art Magazine - reviews Nigerian artist Uthman Wahaab’s grotesque, fleshy figures.
Artist Phoebe Boswell, born in Nairobi and raised in the Middle East, featured as one of the 4 Works of Art You Need to See at 1-54 Fair.
A mention of Phoebe Boswell’s new work “I Need to Believe the World is Still Beautiful”
Michael Wolf delves into Sapar Contemporary exploring the creative processes behind fashion designers with Geova Rodrigues, Zac Posen, and Manolo Blahnik.
An interview with gallery liaison, Emma Ferrer, and curator of “Ideas Get Dressed”
A feature on artist Geoffrey Mann’s futuristic sculpture on display at NADA Art Fair during Armory week 2018.
A highlight of “Ideas Get Dressed” for Women’s History Month in connection to the femininity of fashion designers and curator Emma Ferrer.
Brazilian artist Bruno Miguel's Mexican debut at Mexico City's Zona Maco Material Art Fair highlighted by Artforum
Planisferio reporting on Mexico City's Material Fair and artist Alejandro Magallanes' new creatively witty body of work at the Sapar Contemporary booth
'Writhing Organic Sculptures Formed from Nails by John Bisbee'
Artist Zsofia Schweger breaks down his process of cataloguing time in her artwork from their inception to the final brushstrokes
Artist Uthman Wahaab discusses his process of creating his beautiful and large canvases of phenomenal women
The Critic's picks from EXPO Chicago including the work of artists Faig Ahmed and Uthman Wahaab
An article visiting the Sapar Contemporary booth at the 2017 EXPO Chicago
In accordance with Expo Chicago artist Faig Ahmed's work was featured as part of the fair's Ultimate Guide
Nigerian artist Uthman Wahaab's feature in coordination with his "Phenomenal Women" exhibition at Sapar Contemporary
A feature of artist Faig Ahmed at PCA&D that includes his performance piece and sand incorporating carpet
Faig Ahmed's newest work on display at PCA&D including a short feature about the artist
A chat with Heeseop Yoon about her unique process, challenging oneself, and discovering one’s niche.
'The artist’s work is in direct dialogue with the natural world and he often incorporates elements of nature into his creation process.'
An exploration of the exhibition 'Home As A Irrevocable Condition'
'Art, fashion, and attitude: Scenes from the Dallas Art Fair gala'
'A two person show asks timely questions about nature and sustainability'
'Kintera’s show extends beyond the exhibition space into the city of Reggio Emilia.' A feature on Kristof Kintera's recent exhibition
From Volta NY 'these are the artists that grabbed our attention.'
A feature of our booth and Faig Ahmed's Epiphany by Art Newspaper.
A synopsis of Substance and Increase featuring Shinji Turner-Yamamoto and Gabriela Albergaria
Featuring artist Faig Ahmed's exhibition “Nə var, Odur” (It Is What It Is).
'What is unique about Faig Ahmed's work is that is representative of that rare accomplishment: making traditional objects seem contemporary without making them utterly kitsch.'
'The artist's latest exhibition at YARAT, Na var, Odur further develops his research of traditional cultural practices through mediums ranging from carpets and sculptures to film'
'The visual impact of many of his works is in the tension between the stability of traditional carpet designs and the rigidity of our perception of carpets and the artists intention of capturing a fleeting, unstable phenomena'
'Art and technology = mind blowing.'
'Faig Ahmed's new exhibition called Source Code, is an evolution of his trademark work where he transforms carpets from simple home decor to attention-grabbing artwork'
'On November 17, Ahmed opens a new solo show at Sapar Contemporary in New York City. Source Code is an interrogation of consciousness and language, drawing on the traditions of woven textiles'
This is a walking tour of some of the most inspiring art displays in the Tribeca area
'His latest textile piece were created on a traditional loom, contemporary glitches and manipulations formed through age-old weaving techniques'
'The Azerbaijani artist specializes in throwing conventional structures in chaos, to disorienting and beautiful effect'
'The subtle, camouflaged works convery subversive imagery, such as Parastou Forouhar‘s gorgeously-intricate interlocking patterns, which obscure the fact that her faceless figures are locked in a violent struggle.'
'Caroles Amorales essentially infiltrated a newspaper by writing subversive articles that simulated the style and format of an average story or puff piece, without raising any red flags regarding censorship'
'Take a look behind the scenes and find more of his work at Sapar Contemporary in our ‘Hiding in Plain Slight’ exhibition'
'In these works, he playfully riffs on traditional weaving patterns, creating new rugs (though sometimes ripping apart old ones) that feature optical illusions, acid drips, and pixelated glitches'
'TriBeCa's Sapar Contemporary Gallery is organizing the first ever "Tribeca Art Night" — a stroll through 13 fine art galleries, three design galleries and four nonprofits'
'Mr. Tsang’s artwork is not overtly personal or confessional; but the feelings of outrage and inequality are clear.'
A feature on Mehmet Ali Uysal, his influences, his work and our inaugural show
'A Rebellious Artist's Psychedelic Rugs' profile on Faig Ahmed
Faig Ahmed was featured in the websites' '21 Way Cool Things We Saw at Frieze Art Fair.'
'Our 11 Favorite Works from the Dallas Art Fair' Includes Faig Ahmed's piece 'Restraint'
'A Gallery Is Opening on N. Moore.' Graciously welcoming us to the neighborhood
An in-depth profile of Faig Ahmed
Caught up with Raushan Sapar and Aaron Cezar at Art Central
Announces Tsang Kin Wah's Guggenheim award
Profiles Marco Godinho's work at Sapar Contemporary booth
Profile of Tsang Kin-Wah
Announcement of the Guggenheim Museum Commission being awarded to the gallery artist Tsang Kin-Wah
Featuring Marco Godinho's performance Left to Their Fate at Sapar Contemporary booth at Art Central
Featuring Sapar Booth and the work of Marco Godinho
Faig Ahmed's opening at MACRO Museum in Rome
Featuring Faig Ahmed's work in connection with the show at the MFA Boston
An in-depth profile of Faig Ahmed after the MFA Boston exhibition