• Jac Kuntz's Art Papers review of Twilight Living

    read here

  • Claire Dempster's Burnaway review of Twilight Living

    read here

  • Solo Show in Savannah, GA

  • Burnaway article on my installation, "Flight in Place" at the Carson McCullers house in Columbus, GA

  • My work is featured in ArtPhotoMag's October 31, 2014 issue.

  • Terrific video by Felipe Barral of my installation, "Overpacked"

  • Interview with Cathy Byrd on Fresh Art International

  • Interview with Ashley Kauschinger on Light Leaked

  • You can find all the information about my installation project, Overpacked, on the Solomon Projects website.

  • Featured on File Magazine this month.

  • Nice review of "Room in My Head," a group show at SCAD Atlanta in which my work was included

  • I am thrilled and honored that my book is on this list:
    FotoGraphica di Roma XI - Photobook Exhibition

  • Book Review by Douglas Stockdale on his blog,
    The Photobook

  • I am in very good company in this show:
    "Room in My Head: Staging Psychological Space"
    10 February - 12 April 2012
    Gustein Gallery, Savannah, GA

    more info here

  • Announcing the release of "Sarah Hobbs: Small Problems in Living"

    I am thrilled to announce that my book will be released later this month in Europe and in the U.S. in March/April.

  • Artadia 2011 Atlanta Awards

  • Critical Mass Top 50

  • Book Announcement:

    Small Problems In Living
    photographs by Sarah Hobbs

    forward by Lisa Kurzner
    essay by Winifred Gallagher

    published by Charta Books
    due spring 2012

  • Upcoming Shows

    An exhibit of my photographs at Augusta State opens 25 August 2011 and will be part of the Westobou Art Festival 29 Sept - 8 October.

    My first installation piece will also be a part of Westobou. It will be at the Gertrude Herbert Institute, also known as Ware's Folly. it is a house built in 1818 and my installation will be in one of the upstairs bedrooms.

  • I am in this book!

    Recent Exhibitions
    Sarah Hobbs: Out of Mind, Silver Eye Center for Photography, January 25 - March 12, 2011

    "Artist's Photos Let Spaces Speak Volumes"
    read it here

    "Too Perfect: Sarah Hobbs Offers Carefully Controlled Chaos at Silver Eye
    read it here