Sahar Khoury is an artist based in Oakland, California.  Khoury works mostly with found or rejected materials to produce sculptures and installations. Her constructions are made of a combination of paper/textile mache, concrete, ceramic, steel and silk-screened materials. She received her BA in Anthropology from UC Santa Cruz in 1996 and her MFA From UC Berkeley in 2013. Recently, Khoury’s work has been exhibited at The Oakland Museum of California, The Wattis Institute, UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, Rebecca Camacho Presents (SF) and CANADA (NY). She was selected to participate in the 2018 Triennial Exhibition, Bay Area Now 8 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. She is the recipient of The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 2019 biannual SECA Art Award and will have a solo show in the museum in November. Khoury’s work has been written about in numerous publications, including the New Yorker, Art Review, The San Francisco Chronicle, KQED Arts and Vulture Magazine.