Sandra Pani

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Sandra Pani was born on 18 December, 1964 in Mexico City, Mexico. Discover Sandra Pani’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born18 December 1964
Birthday18 December
BirthplaceMexico City, Mexico

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According to Miguel Ángel Muñoz art critic from El Financiero newspaper, Sandra Pani belongs to a generation of artists that has considered painting as something exhausted, old fashioned and, to a certain extent, dead. It is certainly significant that Pani´s abstract, semi-figurative and almost classical approach to painting should have arisen at the peak of the conceptual and minimalist movements. Still, it might be argued that its conviction springs precisely from those apparently inauspicious beginnings. Pani´s works can be said to be figurative with certain poetical abstract accents. They are rooted in 20th-century painters such as Picasso, Morandi, Matisse and Giacometti, and in some modernist artists, especially North American abstract painters. In the La Jornada newspaper, Muñoz states that Sandra Pani’s drawings at the Festival Internacional Cervantino on its 39th edition in 2011 were in effect a decantation, which runs and drips as something that falls within a long time to stay only with the essence. An almost nothing, which is the record of almost everything. An atmosphere. A sign.


Distinguished critics have written about her work, such as Salvador Elizondo, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Santiago Espinosa de los Monteros, Alberto Blanco and Gonzalo Velez. According to Salvador Elizondo, art critic from Milenio newspaper, these paintings represent the point at which the movement and life balance are expressive forms and unique heritage. Sandra Pani’s paintings exhibited in her exposition of 1994 (Gallery Lourdes Chumacero) presume that had surfaced since then in this artist boldly pursued the ideal of Leonardo and Dürer: “Penetrating geomentría mechanisms and in the body, but in a less categorical, freer, more lyrical.” She is an artist whose soul is for the moment obsessed with the body as a complex or synthesis of parts or figures that integrate pictorial poetics. They are so to speak, anatomical inventions, variations or fantasies. These paintings aspire to capture the essence of the human body, an essence that could only be formal; a yearning for the body to be soul and for the soul to be made visible by a sign.


In 1991 and 1998, she received the Grant for Young Artists of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) Mexico City. And in 2007 and 2011, she was made a member of the National System of Creators, the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) Mexico City. Her work was selected for the Fifth Bienal Monterrey FEMSA in 2001, as well as for Yucatán Biennial at the MACAY Museum in Mérida, in 2004. She has had twenty solo exhibitions including: “If tree” at the University of Guanajuato’s Hermenegildo Bustos Gallery during the Festival Internacional Cervantino (2011), “Duality and transformation” at the Anahuacalli Museum (2009), “From trees and bodies” at the Indianilla Station Cultural Center in Colonia Doctores, Mexico City (2008), “Body recovered,” at the Gene Byron Museum in Guanajuato, “Geography of the Body” at the Gene Byron Museum as part of the Festival Internacional Cervantino (2003), “Recent Drawings 1998-1999” at the MACAY Museum in Mérida (1999), “Optical Scalpel” at the Museo Diego Rivera in Guanajuato (1998); and “Survive” at the University Museum of Poplar in Mexico City (1993).


She showed an interest for painting and music since she was very young, beginning piano lessons when she was 9 years old. During her childhood and adolescence she studied with several teachers such as Silvia H. Gonzalez, Teresa Cito, Perla Krauze and Eugenia Marcos. Later, she was accepted to the National Conservatory of Music but only studied for one year from 1981 to 1982. In 1987, she entered the SACI Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy, and then studied at the Chelsea School of Art in London in 1988. On her return to Mexico, she entered National School of Fine Arts froM 1989 to 1992, attending the gravure workshop given by Jesús Martinez and Maria Eugenia Figueroa. While in school, she had her first solo exhibition in 1988 in Lourdes Chumacero Gallery in Mexico City. Her work was chosen to participate in student competitions, such as at the Royal “ACADEMY Summer Exhibition” and “Open Print Show” at the Bankside Gallery in London in 1989. In 1990 she received the Third Acquisition Sample Miniature Stamp Award, Stamp Museum Purchase Award and the Hall of Engraving Salon de la Plastica Mexicana, in Mexico City. In 1992, she received an honorable mention at the Diego Rivera Biennial of Prints and Drawings in Guanajuato, Mexico. In 1996, she was invited to participate at the Salon Bancomer II in Mexico City.


Sandra Pani (born December 18, 1964 in Mexico City) is a Mexican artist.