CAROLINA SARDIARGENTINIAN

CAROLINA SARDIARGENTINIAN

Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor established in Miami since 1995. She earned her Masters degree in Sculpture at the National University of La Plata, Argentina, where she also studied Architecture and Urbanism with fellow Argentinian artist Enio Iommi.

Sardi’s art is her way of expressing her world vision, whereby she conveys maximum of information in the most minimal but essential forms. Although she works primarily with steel, her sculptures and installations have an organic sensibility that reflects her interest in the basic interactions of life. The reference to geometry, natural shapes, and the use of positive and negative spaces are a response to the search of a balance between opposites. Wall compositions are separated from the surface of the walls with a distance of one or two inches, creating a floating effect in the space that is enhanced by lights and shadows. The blank walls become the medium and support for each one of these installations.

Carolina Sardi’s work has been commissioned for numerous projects and is included in several important collections including the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington D.C., Miami-Dade Art in Public Places, Miami Seaport. Her work has been acquired by numerous corporate and hospitality venues, including Related Group of Florida, Icon Building Miami Beach, Oppenheim Architecture the Ilona Condos Miami Beach, Heico Corporation, Neiman Marcus Collection in Coral Gables, Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale, Hyatt Regency Hotel Atlanta, Georgia, The Slade Palm Beach, The St. Regis Hotel Fort Lauderdale, The Vue Orlando, Florida, The Epic Hotel Miami and the Grand Venetian Condos Miami Beach.

Sardi’s exhibits have been held internationally throughout Europe, Asia, and the UK – select venues include Paris and Milan at Galerie Leila Mordoch; in Shanghai at Aldo Castille Gallery; and The Steps Gallery, London. She exhibits frequently in Miami, where she is based, as well as a number of other US cities, including galleries in New York, New Orleans, and Dallas.