Gucci Flora

︎︎︎Created for ︎︎︎The 100 years of Gucci group show and auction presented by Gucci and Superrare, 2022

Monochrome Dreams

︎︎︎This piece is part of the 'Monochrome Dreams' series. The story is told from the perspective of female octopus who is love with a pearl diver.
︎︎︎Day by day I'm watching you diving and collecting pearls. Your eyes are ardent like the burn of the medusa. Your hair are like algae flickered by the underflows. Your lips are scarlet like poisonous corals. Your skin is shining like fish scales. I gave you my heart. You are the most beautiful human creature in the ocean. When I sleep, I see you in my dreams. I touch you, I kiss you, I squeeze your hips so tight that you breathe frequently. You fade away as I wake up and I'm looking forward to fall asleep again and see you, my beloved one.
︎︎︎ Exhibited at ︎︎︎EROTIKA II Pride Festival, Madarts Space, Florida. Curated by ClitSplash, 2022

Sleep paralysis

︎︎︎Sleep paralysis episodes are among the most terrifying or relaxing experiences that can happen to you. When your brain wakes before your body, you are left in a cage you don’t control, feeling what it means to be impotent against your urge to exert control on your flesh.
︎︎︎Influenced by Henry Fuseli’s “The Nightmare” (1781), Sasha Katz explores the liminal time of when the mind perceives hallucinations, creatures and objects that cannot be detected when it is completely awake, with the series “Sleep Paralysis”.
︎︎︎Lit by a mystical spotlight, white bodies are found half-asleep in dramatic poses, as if they were battling with the minds trying to control them in a way that reminds the “Dying Slave” (1513-1516) by Michelangelo. Black cats, which may be real or not, intertwine with the flesh of the models, becoming a companion that brings uncomfortableness and disquietude.
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎Singularity Show at Decentral Art Pavilion during Venice Art Biennale, curated and organized by Florencia S.M. Brück, Javier Krasuk, Diego Lijtmaer and Simone Furian, 2022

Young Woman Taking a Siesta

︎︎︎The series explores sensitive touches, tenderness and intimacy. The characters of the series are half-asleep enjoying themselves and their partners, celebrating hedonism and languor. Inspired by the old masters, the distance between hot flesh and cold marble is blurred, to breathe life into insentience and to perify alive.
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎Gender Bender Time Traveller group show in Berlin, organised by Geisted, 2022

Love is louder than bombs

︎︎︎Embracing the dazzling beauty and unbreakable courage of Ukrainian women. 100% of funds raised was donated to Ukrainian Red Cross
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎(DO NOT)  TOUCH Mocda show, curated by Filipo Lorezin and Marie Chatel, 2022


︎︎︎The series represents the interpretation of Yakamoz”, a Turkish word that encapsulates a beautiful and poetic concept. It signifies the shimmering, glimmering, or glistening effect of moonlight as it dances and reflects on the surface of water during the nighttime, 2023


︎︎︎I once read that heart murmurs sound like a pleased cat resting on your chest. It seemed so poetic to me and I interpreted it in the shades of a nacre, 2021
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎NFT Liverpool in Adelia Art Gallery, organised by Amir Soleymani and Parin Heidari

Kiss me quick. We are all dying

︎︎︎Dedicated to my dearest friend Natalia Shlyakhovaya, who is inspiring and supporting me for years during my artistic journey, 2021
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎ICONS show at SuperRareGallery in New York, curated by Nicole Ruggiero and Sam Clover.

Still Life No.6

︎︎︎One piece of still-life studies series, 2021

Whispers series

︎︎︎Inspired by Ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the late Edo period, the piece explores the embodiment of both strength and serenity and invites the viewer to hear the whispers of the sea dragons that reside in the depths of the subconscious. As if they beckon the heroine towards a realm of uncharted marvels, unvoiced musings, and ethereal reveries.
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎Digital Vertigo: Reflections on Simulated Existence at Nox Gallery, Tokyo. Curated by Vini Naso and Marimosphere, 2023.

Mostly sunny with a chance
of frog storms

︎︎︎The piece channels a phenomenon that draws parallels to the biblical plagues. The rain of frogs appears almost choreographed, as if they are participating in a synchronized dance where cultural intrigue, surrealism, and the inexplicable merge.
︎︎︎Exhibited at INTIMA APPARENZA, Motel D., Milano, curated by ︎︎︎Da Opera Gallery, 2022

Hotel Rooms

︎︎︎Exploring imaginary memories and sensations of the hotel rooms while observing transient visitors. 
︎︎︎Exhibited at ︎︎︎I AM.. , IHAM gallery, Paris, curated by GxrlsRevolution and co-produced by Jean-Michel Pailhon, 2022

Some are born to sweet
delight, Some are born to endless night

︎︎︎Inspired by dreamlike, incantatory lines 123-124 from William Blake’s ‘Auguries of Innocence’, this work by Sasha Katz further explores the symbolism of the poem by putting its two heroines in the aforementioned state of ‘sweet delight’ — as opposed to the ‘endless night’ of misery and suffering.
︎︎︎Our world and our lives, Blake is saying, is defined by these two forever shifting states, the states of sad and happy. And the process never ends — unless you find a way to break out of it. For Sasha, the way to get out of this circle of altering moods is that of loving another being unconditionally and submitting yourself to a wonderful state — a spiritual day-time, full of joy. Athens 2022

The Curves of your thighs are Like jewels

︎︎︎The piece was inspired by poetic tenderness of Song of Solomon, 2020

Love is louder than bombs

Embracing the dazzling beauty and unbreakable courage of Ukrainian women. 100% of funds raised was donated to Ukrainian Red Cross

Exhibited at ︎︎︎(DO NOT)  TOUCH Mocda show, curated by Filipo Lorezin and Marie Chatel, 2022