Jessica Sabogal

Muralistx and printmaker

Jessica Sabogal is a contemporary Colombian American muralistx and printmaker from San Francisco, and is best known for their stencil, street, and poster art. Sabogal travels the world creating to urgently document and purposefully disrupt spaces that preclude and exclude her larger-than-life murals, often portraying profiles of queer, Black, Indigenous, and trans women of color, youth, family, herself, and members of her community. Known for her succinct statements such as, “You are not free until all of us are free,” “Youth so educated are dangerous,” and “Protect our trans daughters,” Sabogal works to ensure that her murals and prints are familiar and not foreign to the communities surrounding her monuments. Their work has been commissioned and/or acquired by the National Portrait Gallery, LACMA, Facebook, Google, 20th Century Fox, USC, UCSF, CSU San Marcos, The University of Arizona, and The National Museum of Mexican Art.