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Sabine Friesicke is a German post-war and contemporary artist who was born in Hamburg in 1960. Her unique work is simultaneously minimal and complex, cerebral and ethereal, geometric and gestural. The surface of her paintings are texturally subtle and lushly pigmented. 

Friesicke received her MFA in 1987 from the University of Fine Art, (HfbK), Hamburg, Germany. She also studied at the Liberal Academy of Arts, Hamburg, Germany, with Joseph Beuys. Her works are held in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Harvard University Art Museum, Blanton Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth, and New Mexico Museum of Art, among others. She currently divides her time between Berlin and New York.