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From 1995 to 2005 she joins the group “Ultrapop” and shows her work in various exhibitions of contemporary art in Italy and abroad. At the same time she teams up with the Milan Studio Atelier Mendini, she produces their website and develops a few design project with the studio’s graphic team. In April 2006 she inaugurates her fourth solo exhibition at the Fabio Paris gallery in Brescia and during the summer of 2006, in Catania, she organizes the group exhibition “Deck Seat Chairs” for Vulcanology, International Festival of Music and Art. The following year in the Contemporary Art Pavillion in Milan she exhibits her first experiments with trydimentional research, the sculpture puppets and the picture boxes.
While large companies like Yoox, Diesel, Replay and Swatch support her, sponsor her and commission various works of image application and graphics for communication projects, her work is exhibited in the Italian edition of the most important contemporary Art Fairs. Sandra has produced animation, textile prints, stuffed puppets, ceramics, tapestries and all kinds of experiments with every day objects. Since 2007 she has been working with Superego Design, a group of young merchants and producers of design objects.
@ 235 Elizabeth Street | New York, NY 10012 | 212.334.9728
Mon – Sat 12 PM – 8 PM | Sunday 12 PM – 7 PM
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The Greek Theater in Syracuse (Sicily), UNESCO World Heritage Site, will stage the classic productions of Aiace by Sophocles and Phaedra by Euripides from May 8 through June 20, 2010.
Thanks to the Instituto Italiano per il Dramma Antico (INDA), this spectacular setting has been turning into a real ancient action every other year for 46 years now. It is like experiencing theater as ancient Greeks did more than 2000 year ago!It is a magic and emotional experience.
If you are in Sicily during that time of the year, I strongly suggest a stop in Syracuse. Even if the performances are going to be in Italian, it does not really matter: the sheer enjoyment of taking being part of such an old tradition will make the visit worthwhile. Tickets start at € 26 (currency converter).
Archeological Site of Siracusa (Unesco World Heritage Site)
Address: Via Rizzo/Via Paradiso, Siracusa
Phone: (0931) 662 06