Sara Berman was born in 1975 in the UK. She received a BA in Fashion Design from Central Saint Martins in 1999 after which Berman founded and ran her eponymous fashion brand for 15 years. In 2016 Sara Berman graduated with a MFA in Painting. Berman’s background in fashion influenced her visual arts practice through the use of various textures, layers, mathematical geometry, pattern and objects. The artist is fascinated by the ideas of manufacturing and its relationship to time and place, often exploring concepts of luxury and consumption. In her work Berman examines how people see and define themselves through the relationships with their belongings. In addition, much of Sara Berman’s recent work is inspired by the character of a female Harlequin. Berman has participated in several shows in London, Hong Kong, LA and New York. Her solo exhibitions include an upcoming solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London (2021); Scene Unscene, Gallery 46, London (two person show) (2020); Double Ententre, Anat Ebgi, LA (2018); Between Community and commerce, Site specific installation ZAZ10TS Time Square, NYC (2018); Matter Out Of Place, 93 Baker St. London, Frieze (2018) and Big Cactus Little Cactus, Galerie Huit, Hong Kong (2017). Sara Berman also participated in a number of group shows, including Supastore, NIDA Art Colony, Lithuania (2020); We Could Apply Our Lipstick, C&C Gallery, London (2020); Isolated Observations, Candida Stevens Gallery, Sussex (2020); Cure3 exhibition, Bonhams, London (2020); Exeter Contemporary Open, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter (2019); Hauser and Wirth Hospital Rooms Fundraising Auction, London (2019); Think In Pictures with Amelchenko Curated by John Newsom Orchard Street, New York (2019); Dark Wood, Transition Gallery, London (2017); Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London (2017); Young Gods, Charlie Smith Gallery (2017) and Topophobophilia, Gallery 46, London (2016).