Abby Sin is a contemporary artist located in Los Angeles, California. Her work explores abstraction, color, and materiality through painting, sculpture, installation and video art. Sin received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Art Center College of Design in 2013. Her work has been exhibited both locally and internationally in galleries, art fairs and film festivals, including Backspace gallery in Los Angeles, The LA Art Show, and the Independent Artist Fair in London. Her work has been featured in Dreams Magazine and Voyage LA. Co-founder of Ghost Gallery, a private exhibition space in Pasadena, Sin curates shows featuring local artists with an emphasis on liminality, light and space, and California abstraction.

EXHIBITIONS

2020  Spectral, Ghost Gallery, Pasadena, California

2020  The Church of Black Luck, Aero Salon, Los Angeles, California

2019  Land of Milk and Honey, Backspace, Los Angeles, California

2017  Alchemy, Idolatry & Mysticism, Ghost Gallery, Pasadena, California

2017  Shapes for Now, DAC Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2017  Topical, Ghost Gallery, Pasadena, California

2017  Water and Sky, bG Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, California

2017  The LA Art Show, bG Gallery, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California

2016  Molten: Bronzeworks & Fragments, Ghost Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2016  Summer Group Show, DAC Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2016  Summer Selection, Studio C Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2016  intercosm. Ghost Gallery, Pasadena, California

2015  The Independent Artist Fair, The Rag Factory, London, England

2015  Fluidity, Untitled Project Space, Los Angeles, California

2015  Water-Line: Inspiration for Change, Studio C Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2015  Des Femmes, Studio C Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2014  Hybrid Identities, MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Almeria, Spain

2014  Hidden Rooms as part of Venezia Misteriosa, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice, Italy

2014  Pixels of Identities, Museo de Almeria, Almeria, Spain

2014  The Independent Artist Fair, The Rag Factory, London, England