Rita Sabo was born in the North Caucasus, grew up multilingual and later moved to Switzerland with her family. She initially attended the art academies in Zurich and Basel before moving to the Invers School of Design in Olten, Switzerland. In addition to her strong focus on painting, she later completed several weeks of further training in jewellery design at the renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. In the summer of 2023 a solo exhibition by Rita Sabo entitled “Sacred Planet” at the world-famous Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, on St Mark’s Square in Venice, in which her works were shown in dialogue with wall and ceiling paintings by Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese. At an exhibition for the awareness campaign #Art4GlobalGoals in September 2023 at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, she gave visitors the opportunity to explore the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through her art. In November 2023, Rita Sabo’s work was shown for the first time in a German institution – the Ludwig Museum in Koblenz. In addition to her canvas art, sculptural works could also be experienced. Currently she lives in Vienna together with her husband and their daughter