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Sandra Ceballos
Sandra Amelia Ceballos Obaya (Guantánamo, 1961)



She studied painting, sculpture and engraving at San Alejandro Fine Arts School, where she earned a degree in 1983. She works in a Workshop of Tapestries with Mexican artist Marta Palau (Americas House, Havana, Cuba) in
1984, and a Photography Workshop with Luis Camnitzer (Cuba´s Photographic Library), Havana, Cuba, in 1988.



Personal exhibitions: "Landscapes and Contradictions," in 23 y 12 Art Gallery (1986); "The Beauty and The Beast," in Castillo de la Fuerza (Force Castle) (1989); in Guantanamo in 1990 and in Habana Art Gallery (1992). "Absolut Jawlensky" in Habana Art Gallery (1963). "Psychogenous Expression." New Art of Cuba: Utopian Territories", Access Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (1997). "Peaceful Portions" (Sandra Ceballos/Lidzie Alviza). Encompassing Space, Havana, Cuba (1998).



Collective exhibits (selection): "Time, Space and Movement" (1985) in 23 y 12 Art Gallery; 1st Jaume Guash Painting Biennial (1987) in Barcelona; "Not Only Is What You See" (Group: Provisional), Philology Faculty, University of Havana, Havana, Cuba (1988). "The Useful and The Beauty" (1988) in the Nacional Museum of
Havana. "The Sculptured Object", Visual Arts Development Center, Havana, Cuba (1990). "Born in Cuba Project" (1992) in Mexico. "The Prodigious Decade: Cuban Fine Arts of the 1980s", University Museum of the CHOPO ,
Mexico City, Mexico (1992). Holland Graph Biennial (1993). "One of the Kind, Cuban Ludwig Foundation," Conservation, Restoration and Museology Center (CENCREM), Havana, Cuba (1995). "Juan Francisco Elso National Annual Contemporaneous Painting Award," National Fine Arts Museum, Havana, Cuba (1995). 1st Contemporaneous Cuban Art Hall," National Fine Arts Museum, Havana, Cuba (1995-1996). "Silence Honey", Latin American Art Gallery, Americas House, Havana, Cuba (1997). "The Numerous Trace", Visual Arts Development Center, Conservation, Restoration and Museology Center (CENCREM), Havana, Cuba (1999).


She has belonged to the Union of Cuban Writers and Artists since 1987.



She has been awarded the following prizes: Mention in Painting, Playa Hall´85, Servando Cabrera Moreno Art Gallery (1985). First Award, Juan Francisco Elso National Annual Contemporaneous Painting Award, Cuban
National Museum (1995). Cuban Art: Residence and Exhibition Program, Art in General and Longwood Art Project, Bronx Arts Council, New York, US (1997). Artist in Residence, Design and Audiovisual Means Institute, Basil,
Switzerland (1998).



Her works are in major collections: Cuban Research Center, New York, US. Modern Art Museum, Michoacan, Morelia, Mexico. National Fine Arts Museum, Havana, Cuba. University Museum of Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico.