b. 1958, UK; lives and works in London

1982-1983 Chelsea College of Art, MA

1979-1982 Chelsea College of Art, BA 

In 1990 Andrew Sabin made his first large-scale installation for the Chisenhale Gallery, London. In 1994 he was invited by Robert Hopper to install The Sea of Sun as part of the inaugural exhibition of European contemporary sculpture at the Henry Moore Institute. The Sea of Sun went on to form an important part of William Ewing's Century of the Body exhibitions in Lausanne and Lisbon.

In 1997 he made the installation The Open Sea, commissioned by the Henry Moore Trust for their studio at Dean Clough in Halifax. Other commissions include History Wall, Whitstable (2004), The Coldstones Cut, Yorkshire Dales (2006-10), which won the Marsh Award for Public Sculpture in 2011 and Painting and Sculpture (2013) commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea on the site of the former Chelsea School of Art, Manresa Road.

Sabin is the recipient of numerous awards including the Arts Council England,The Henry Moore Trust, Arts and Business, SEEDA, RSA Art for Architecture Award,The Aggregates Levy,The BridgehouseTrust,The Lorne Award, and several awards from The British Council. He has taught widely as a Senior lecturer at Chelsea College of Art and Design and as a visiting lecturer at Middlesex University, Portsmouth Polytechnic, Bath School of Art and Camberwell School of Art.