Lluvia, painted aluminum and stainless steel hardware, 122 x 59 x 3 inches
Africa, painted steel, variable dimensions
Orange & Purple Association, painted steel, 40 x 90 x 2 inches
Aeroponic Flora, painted aluminum and stainless steel hardware, variable dimensions
Cadenas, steel, variable dimensions
Multicolor NY, painted steel, 74 x 86 x 2 inches
25 Needles/ u & me, painted steel, 32 x 42 x 2 inches
White Cloud, painted steel, 59 x 150 x 2 inches
Juno, plated steel, 44 x 14 x 2 inches
White Nest, painted steel, 60 x 36 x 2 inches
Commission, 2016, painted steel
Installation Purple, painted steel
Empty Nests, painted steel
Installation Green, painted steel
Falling Hues, painted aluminum, 130 x 60 x 30 inches
Black Holes, gold, copper and chrome painted steel, 96 x 96 x 3 inches
Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor. She earned her Master in Sculpture at the National University of La Plata. She also studied Architecture and Urbanism at the same University and Sculpture with the artist Enio Iommi.
Some of her past solo exhibitions include, Cheryl Hazan Gallery in New York, Panamerican Art Projects Gallery in Miami, Wall Pieces at Heriard Cimino Gallery in New Orleans, 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 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.
Her work has been exhibited at the international art fairs of Art LA, Art Shanghai, Art DC, Miart Milan, Ela Asia Taipei, Diva New York, Scope London & Miami, Bridge Art Fair London and Miami, Art Miami, Arteamericas Miami, Palm Beach Contemporary, Art Santa Fe, Art Brussels in Belgium and Affordable Art Fair New York.
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.