SABRINA HAHN is an art collector, art dealer, curator, and author of the children's book ABCs of Art published by Sky Pony Press and Simon & Schuster. Sabrina is an active supporter of artists, museums, and public art as an art patron, serving on the Guggenheim Young Collectors Council Acquisitions Committee, MoMA Junior Associates, and previously serving as Founding Member of the Neue Galerie Junior Council Committee. She was the Curatorial Advisor of international philanthropic public art initiative The Brain Project. A committed supporter of diversity and inclusion across industries, Sabrina serves on the LP Committee of The Venture/Tech Inclusion Initiative, which strives to increase diversity in tech and venture capital.
Sabrina graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in History of Art & Architecture, Minor in Economics, and Language Citation in Mandarin Chinese, and was awarded Harvard's Ernst Kitzinger Prize for Intellectual Integrity, Love of the Arts, and Generosity. She is also a graduate of the Horace Mann School. Sabrina was named one of Town & Country's T&C 50: New Modern Swans and enjoys sharing curated content with her 66k Instagram followers @HahnFineArt.
BY SABRINA HAHN
ABCs of Art
by Sabrina Hahn
Learn the alphabet through fine art!
Spark your child’s creativity and curiosity with ABCs of Art, a delightfully curated alphabet book featuring some of the world’s most iconic paintings.
“A fun way to inspire children’s imagination and creativity!”
- SERENA WILLIAMS
“A thoughtful and playful introduction to iconic artworks, with multiple layers of meaning for children and parents alike. ABCs of Art is a book to return to time and again."
- RICHARD ARMSTRONG, Director of the Guggenheim Museum
“Art connects us all on the deepest level and this book will inspire young minds.”
- KEN GRIFFIN, Founder & CEO of Citadel, Trustee of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Trustee of the Whitney Museum of American Art
"ABCs of Art introduces young minds to masterworks with playful rhymes. Be art smart. It is never too early to build art vocabulary and understanding."
- PAULA CROWN, Artist and Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
“It opens a magic door into the kingdom of art for young readers."
- DR. JOSEPH CONNORS, Professor of History of Art & Architecture at Harvard University
"Art history and the alphabet coincide in this lovely homage to the creative spirit. A book that will bring joy and love of art to children everywhere."
- BENJAMIN DE MENIL, Trustee of the Menil Collection