Sabina Tupan is a Romanian artist currently operating between Bucharest and London. She graduated from the MFA, Fine Arts programme at Goldsmiths University of London in 2014 and obtained a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from the University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, UK in 2012.

Sabina received the Chelsea Arts Club Trust Award in 2013 and exhibited internationally by taking part in projects such as the Costumer Experience exhibition held at the Moscow National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Russia), the Between Democracies exhibition held in Johannesburg (South Africa) and Digital Silk Route project with screenings held in New Delhi, Baroda and Bangalore (India).

Her practice combines autobiographical material with current political issues such as female identity, nostalgia in relation to migration and Romanian Communism. Sabina explores these themes through means of story telling and usually approaches child like, low fi and fantasy aesthetics. Along side nostalgia, preoccupation with Feminist issues has run through her artistic practice for many years and gradually became a central theme of interest.