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Sarah Tse (B.1985)


Sarah Tse is a mixed media artist, whose works address the theme of portraiture, personal identity, notion of beauty and power. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in  Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London in 2009. 

Between 2010-2017, Sarah lived in New York painting and exhibiting, as well as enhancing her etching and lithography practice. Sarah developed a unique visual language with magazine clips, acrylic paint, pencil and found objects to create an unconventional surface on paper and canvas. In 2017, Sarah moved to Shanghai to open her dream art pancake cafe ‘FOMO’ in Xintiandi. She was determined to apply her artistic sense in the culinary world. One year later, Fomo expanded from a small cafe to a ground level 88-seat brunch restaurant on the main street Daixue Road.


Sarah had participated in over a hundred solo and group exhibitions in New York, London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei and Hong Kong. She also participated in international art fairs such as London Art Fair, Scope Art Fair New York, Art Taipei, Jing Art Fair Beijing, Tokyo Art Fair, Asia Contemporary Art Hong Kong. In 2010, Sarah was sponsored by Shiseido Japan, the Sasagawa Foundation and the British Council for her artist in residency programme in Beppu, Japan. In 2013, Sarah was invited by the Tainan Tourism Department in Taiwan to publish a book with her drawings about traditional Taiwanese industry. Sarah’s artworks are in the permanent collection at the V&A Museum in London and  The Ingram Collection at the Lightbox in the UK.


Sarah currently resides in Hong Kong.

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