We are deeply concerned by the military action in Ukraine, which has forcibly displaced more than 11 million people so far. Some decide to stay and stand their ground in Ukraine and help in any way they can, others seek refuge. Families are dispersed, homes and businesses lost. In this light, SABSAY wishes to support Ukranian artists, presenting works for sale by Julia Beliaeva, Kinder Album and Nikita Shalenny. 


All proceeds are shared between the artists and "Come Back Alive" Charity Foundation. To buy works and support the artists and charity, please visit the artists' pages:






SABSAY is a contemporary art space in the centre of Copenhagen with mission to push the limits, to examine the facts upside down, to shake the patterns, to step into the unknown with the positive attitude of a curious wonderer. Sabsay chooses art that moves the boundaries and stands by those who fear not to dare, supporting artistic voices by curating or mediating their exhibitions, publishing books and catalogues, promoting them internationally. SABSAY aims to enrich the Danish art scene with new discoveries by encouraging joint projects between international and local artists and curators.


Masha Faurschou, the founder of SABSAY has begun her art advising career in New York in 2008. In 2013 Masha had co-founded Artsvit in her home city Dnipro in Ukraine intended as the platform for supporting artists and providing comprehensive education program on international contemporary art for children and adults. After moving to Denmark in 2014 Masha has joined the team at Faurschou Foundation, founded Sabsay in 2016 and co-founded Khora Contemporary, a virtual reality art production company in 2017.