Sandra Ramos, ‘Las Parcas’, 2012, Pan American Art Projects

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About Sandra Ramos

The recurring subject of Sandra Ramos’s work is the artist’s painful experiences living in and parting with Cuba, and the country’s drastic upheavals of the early 1990s. The themes she explores include the severing of family ties and the loss of childhood or innocence; these autobiographical recollections become a metaphor for greater political, social, and economic concerns. Ramos’s works on paper, engravings, and installations are frequently strung together with a visual narrative in which the artist is cast as the main protagonist, embodied as a child-like explorer. Her drawings sometimes contain collaged materials culled from her day-to-day experiences, like maps and passport pages.

Cuban, b. 1969

Group Shows on Artsy

...Hacerce El Bobo (...Preneting to be the Fool), Pan American Art Projects, Miami
We Like It So Much, Childs Gallery, Boston
Cuban Forever Revisited, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus
The Study: from Creative Subjectivity to Artwork, Pan American Art Projects, Miami
Summer Show 2015, Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fe
ZBCA Annual Group Show 2014, Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fe