LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
Sandra Lapage lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. Sandra is a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grantee in 2022. She was a recipient of the Repaint History Artist Fund, summer 2021.
She got her MFA from the Maine College of Art in 2013. She has participated in collective and solo exhibitions in Brazil, Europe, Asia and the United States, notedly at the Brazilian Embassy in Brussels (2007), at the Ribeirão Preto Art Museum for the 2006 exhibition program, at the Centro Cultural São Paulo in 2012, at the Gowanus Loft (NYC) in 2014 and 2015, at the Blumenau Art Museum and Aura Arte Contemporânea (São Paulo) in 2018, Museu de Arte de Ribeirão Preto and Andrea Rehder Arte Contemporânea (São Paulo) in 2019; in 2020 at A60 Contemporary Artspace (Milan), Kunsthalle am Hamburguer Platz (Berlin), Surface Gallery (UK), Tianjin International Digital Imaging Exhibition (China), SP-Arte (Brazil), CICA Museum (Korea) and Art/World Brazil and Art to Wear, BG Gallery (Los Angeles/Artsy); Antipode Gallery (France), The Royal Society of American Art, Sculptors Alliance (NYC), John B. Aird Gallery (Canada), and Espronceda (Spain) in 2021. She organizes and curates In Praise of Magic, an all-Latin American artist exhibition at Paradice Palase and Local Projects in New York in July-September 2021. In 2022, she is part of the juried Alumni Triennial at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, Maine.
Twice the recipient of the Odyssée grant, Sandra has resided at various institutions such as the Fondation Château Mercier (Switzerland) and NARS Foundation (NYC), Camac Art Center (France) and Paul Artspace (USA), Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and Monson Arts, Château de Goutelas (France) and is scheduled to attend Art OMI in 2023.
Her work was featured on Bluebee Magazine V. 6, Artmarket Magazine 50, Friend of the Artist V. 12, Art Hole Magazine, July 2020, Create Magazine, Issue XIX, Studio Visit Magazine V. 48 (April 2021).
WHO I AM
I create often wearable sculptures from discarded materials, addressing environmental issues.
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