Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor established in Miami since 1995. She earned her Master in Sculpture at the National University of La Plata, in her country. She also studied Architecture and Urbanism at the same University and Sculpture with the artist Enio Iommi.
Some of her past solo exhibitions include Exquisite Tension at the Gulf Coast Museum of Art in Largo , FL ; Blue at the Government Center Gallery from Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs ; Over/Under at Flashpoint Gallery in Washington DC ; Forest , an intervention at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach ,Bee at Mia Gallery, Miami International Airport ; Imaginary Lines at the Museum of the Americas in Washington DC, Free to be Captive at the Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale, Silhouettes at Heriard-Cimino Gallery in New Orleans and Keep Playing at the Art Center / South Florida in Miami Beach.
She has completed various private and public commissions. During 2002 she finished Water and Suitcase Projects for the Miami Seaport; and the Ilona Fence and Gate for Oppenheim Architecture in Miami Beach. Sardi’s works are held by private, public and corporate collectors in the United States, Europe and Latin America ; and they can be found in the collections of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and Art Museum of the Americas in Washington DC , Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale, The Related Group of Florida , Neiman Marcus Collection and Heico Corporation in Hollywood , FL ; among others.
Her latest wall installations are created by a combination of oval or round painted steel pieces arranged over an invisible grit .The egg shapes are placed in an structured but organic composition that creates a visual effect of mathematical repetition in the space . Each element of the whole is different, they keep their individuality and they maintain their particular presence inside the totality . The embryonic forms can be seen as particles or entities of what it will be. The white stark wall become the background or the medium in which this atmospheric landscapes are created . The steel piecesare placed against the wall , but separated from its surface with a distance of one or two inches , creating a floating effect in the space that is enhance by lights and shadows .The color reinforces the concept of each composition , in which eggs , circles or particles are a symbol of infinity and origin and can become anything and everything when changing color , shape and placement in the space ; allowing new compositions , subjects and messages.
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