Exhibitions and Art Fairs
Saba's current and past exhibitions and fairs have included:
- The Water Series (paintings) and Crude Love from Nature 1987 (paintings and photographs) were exhibited in the Community Space, Bernard Wetherill House, 8 Mint Walk, CR0 1EA form 2015 to 2017.
- Saba exhibited new paintings at the Walthamstow Mela called 'Millen' it means 'to meet' in Urdu and Hindi), August 2017.
- Saba exhibited Cleansng Heart and Breathe at 'All Our Hearts Beat As One Exhibition at the Gallery Different (West End London) with other artists and celebrities. The focus of this exhibition is ' to make a more peaceful world bringing us all together through our heartbeat' (Cindy Lass, Artist), October 2016
- Breathe, Past And Present and And Then There Was Eve, were exhibted at the Rise Gallery at the Croydon Summer Block Party, Croydon, Surrey, August 2016.
- Upon Opening Our Eyes an interfaith art Exhibition at the Catto Gallery, Hampstead, London, June 2016.
- The Water Series and Crude Love from Nature 1987 collection were exhibited as part of a touring Islamic art exhibition and interfaith gathering to celebrate Eid Ul Fitr, July 2015 (Croydon, London).
- The Water Series and Crude Love from Nature 1987 paintings and photographs were exhbited as part of the Ambition Festival in Croydon, July 24th to 26th 2015.
- New works called Breathe and When the God's Blink were exhibited at the Holland Park Art Exhibition in March 2013
- Self-Portrait Called History was exhibited at the office launch of the late Malcolm Wicks MP in January 2010, other paintings were on exhibit till October 2012.
- International Parallax Art Fair 12-14 October 2012 (Chelsea, London)
- Untitled Artists Art Fair 1-3 June 2012 (Chelsea, London)
- Emirates Skywards Future Artists Gallery 2011 (international)
- Emirates Skywards Future Artists Gallery 2010 (international)
- Solo exhbition called Happy, Shiny Fragmented People June 2010 (Kensington, London)
- Water 1 and 2 were exhibited at the South London Artists Conference, July 2009 (Kingston, London)