Sabine Dehnel, born in 1971, moved to Los Angeles after receiving her master’s degree from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and continued her studies at the Otis College of Fine Art and Design. In 2002, she received the SCA Art Prize for Young Art, after which she received several European studio and scholarship grants for her work. In 2005, Dehnel moved to Berlin and established her studio in a former barracks. In 2012, she co-founded LSD Gallery on Potsdamer Strasse with several artists and was one of its lead directors for more than two years. Her work has been featured in numerous institutions, including the Frieder Burda Museum and the Columbus Art Foundation in Ravensburg, and belongs to esteemed collections such as the DZ Bank and The National Gallery of Denmark. She was an artist in residence at the Museum Kunst de Wesküste, Föhr in 2018. In 2021 she was featured in a joint exhibition at Hilbertraum called La Magia with artist Ellen De Laine.