Meet Korean American Sabrina Hahn, Youngest Global Director at Pace Gallery
[Posted by Forbes] Harvard-educated Sabrina Hahn is the youngest director in the history of Pace Gallery in both America and Europe. In her role, she represents artists like Rothko, Sam Gilliam, Agnes Martin, teamLab and JR. She was approached by Pace to join the storied gallery in this directorial capacity after founding Hahn Fine Art seven years ago, which curated public art exhibitions and attracted diverse and influential clients.
She’s also written four children’s books about art: the ABCs of Art, 123s of Art, Animals in Art and Bedtime with Art. The books have been Amazon #1 new releases and are carried at the Met, MoMA, Guggenheim and more. The ABCs of Art was named the Best Book of the Year by Vanity Fair. She has donated thousands of copies of the books to children’s hospitals and is an angel investor.
Sabrina Hahn’s Best Selling Children’s Books
“ABCs of Art is a surprisingly fresh take on the classic children’s ABCs book…helping to mold your child into the budding art sophisticate of your dreams.”– VANITY FAIR, Best Book of the Year
Sabrina, 28, graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in History of Art & Architecture, Minor in Economics, and Language Citation in Mandarin Chinese. She was awarded the Harvard’s Fung Scholar for Language Studies and Harvard’s Ernst Kitzinger Prize for Intellectual Integrity, Love of the Arts, and Generosity.
Sabrina is an art collector, art dealer, and active supporter of the arts having served on the Guggenheim Young Collectors Council Acquisitions Committee, MoMA Junior Associates, and Neue Galerie Junior Council. A committed supporter of diversity and inclusion across industries, Sabrina has served on the LP Committee of The Venture/Tech Inclusion Initiative. She is an active investor in tech startups and a member of the Milken Institute Young Leaders Circle.