Sandra Ramos is a Cuban – American multidisciplinary visual artist who achieved international exposure in the 90s by expressing her critical relationship to political-social issues related to the traumas of identity and emigration. She uses a wide range of materials and techniques such as video, photography, paintings, installation, and etchings.
Ramos has exhibited for over thirty years, among her solo: “Both Sides Now” DRCLAS Harvard (2022); “Déjà vu” PAAP, Miami (2018); “Watertight” ASU Museum, (2016); “Bridging the Past, Present, and Future” American University Museum, Washington DC (2014); “Puentes” National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana (2012)
Her work was shown at Venice Biennial (2013) & Havana Biennial (1994) (2012). “Invisible” Artyard. NJ (2022); “Personal Space. Self-Portraits on Paper”. MFA Boston (2020). “On the Horizon, PAMM, Miami (2018). “Adios Utopia,” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2017).
Ramos received Prices and Art Residences such as; The Ellis creator award, Miami (2021); Cleveland Foundation (2017); The Studios of Key West (2016); The Fountainhead Miami (2011); Fuchu Art Museum. Tokyo (2003); Provincetown Fine Arts Center (2002); Barbican Center in London (1999)
Ramos’s work is in the collections: Harvard Museums, MOMA NY, MFA Boston, The San Diego Museum of Art, PAMM; National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana; The Bronx Museum, ASU Museum; The Ludwig Forum Aachen; TBA21 Vienna; Fuchu Art Museum in Tokyo.
Sandra Ramos has lectured on her work and Cuban Art at numerous institutions and universities in Cuba, USA, England, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Japan, Mexico, and Venezuela. His works have been reproduced in multiple books, catalogs, and magazines.