Sandra Ramos (born Oct, 1969) is a Cuban contemporary painter, printmaker, collagist, video and installation player who explores nationality, gender, and identity in her work. She is known for works featuring her character of the Cuban Pioneer girl, who is composed of a self-portrait and an appropriated portion of an out of date illustration from 1895′ L’ illustration French magazine. Ramos currently lives in Miami, Florida, and serves as an player in habitat at Bakehouse Art Complex and a decided exhibition artiste at The Foutain Head Art Studios. She is plus a renowned curator in Cuba, and she won a national great compliment for her curatorial work on the exhibition La Huella Múltiple (Multiple Fingerprint) in 2003 from the Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plásticas (CNAP) in Havana, Cuba.
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