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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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Sapar Contemporary

Booth 232
Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu
Bathroom (Detail)
2020

Presented
Artists

Faig Ahmed
Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu
Saule Dyussenbina
Dilyara Kaipova

Represented
Artists

Faig Ahmed
Gabriela Albergaria
Morehshin Allahyari
Mehmet Ali
Ahmad Zakii Anwar
Phoebe Boswell
Eric Bourret
Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu
Saule Dyussenbina
Iwan Effendi
Ming Fay
Poonam Jain
Dilyara Kaipova
Kristof Kintera
Alejandro Magallanes
Geoffrey Mann
Bruno Miguel
Mulyana
Jorge Otero-Pailos
Zsofia Schweger
Tsang Kin-Wah
Wyn-Lyn Tan
Shinji Turner-Yamamoto
Uthman Wahaab
Vladimir Manzhos WAONE
Heeseop Yoon
Marela Zacarias
Anya Zholud

SAPAR Contemporary works with international artists who span three generations and five continents. They engage in global conversations and develop vocabularies that resonate as strongly in Baku, Almaty and Istanbul as they do in New York, Berlin, Paris and Mexico City. Their artistic practices vary from meditative traditional ink painting to writing programming code; what connects them are the artists’ capacity for empathy, insight, and imagination, their whimsy and generosity of spirit, as well as the rigor and depth of their studio practice. The gallery program offers a unique lens that is immediate and global, future-oriented and accessible, multi-sensory and immersive. We bring together visual artists and creative minds of other disciplines: scientists, engineers, architects, performers, musicians and perfumers. SAPAR Contemporary also commissions works that are site-specific but infused with sensibilities, materialities and traditions of the artists’ backgrounds.

SAPAR Contemporary has also launched a Neo-Nomad Incubator focused on the emerging art scene and cultural traditions of Central Asia. The Incubator program is headquartered in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The first edition of the Neo Nomad Incubator evolved around the notion of traditional and digital nomadism and aesthetics connected to nomadic experiences. The project explored the relationship between traditional nomadic cultures of Central Asia and Middle East, and realities of migration, globalization and hyper mobility. Current incubator efforts are going towards unique art trends emerging in Central Asia, South East Russia and Mongolia. SAPAR Contemporary artists’ works have been featured in international Biennials and are included in private and public collections around the world; among them are the MoMA, LACMA, Art Institute of Chicago, Guggenheim, M+, and many others.

Dilyara Kaipova - Inside look at the hand-dying process to create Dilyara's colorful robes
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