Oct 6, 2023 – Feb 4, 2024. Sherry Grover Gallery, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.Bainbridge Island, WA.
Faces & Places is a group exhibition of artists’ books from the Cynthia Sears Artists’ Books Collection. Inspired in part by Colette Fu’s artists’ books honoring Chinese ethnic minority groups, this exhibition offers a lens on varied personal, social, and political experiences as interpreted by the featured artists.
My work in this exhibition: Childhood Memories III: growing up in Ecuador,
April 22, 2023 to August 27, 2023.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene OR.
Curated by Adriana Miramontes Olivas, PhD .
An Unfinished Journey: Embodying the Feminist City speaks of an enduring endeavor to attain and maintain women’s rights.
Through mixed media artworks by Sandra C. Fernández (b. 1964 New York), Tania Candiani (b. 1974 Mexico City), and Lilliam Nieves (b. 1975 Puerto Rico) the exhibition asks how bodies can claim a sense of belonging and agency, how they can act against systems of oppression that devalue humans and different forms of seeing and being in our communities.
**UPCOMING (Spring 2024).Doug Adams virtual Gallery. Graduate
Theological Union, Berkeley, CA.
Curated by Elizabeth Peña and Lydia Webster.
Geografías Paralelas, "parallel geographies," is an exhibition of artworks by the artist collective PESARE. Formed of three artists who migrated to the USA as young adults from Latin America and the Caribbean, PESARE seeks to create transcendence with equilibrium and balance by basing their work on their multicultural and bilingual experiences.
December 1, 2022- January 7, 2023
Closing reception January 7, 2023. 3-5pm. Jersey City, New Jersey.
Alejandro F. Ferrer invites Sandra to exhibit her print works in his newly created gallery space in Jersey City, New Jersey. Her work is informed by her perspectives as a Latina immigrant and brings a fresh approach to her work with the use and combination of techniques, materials, and styles with inﬂuences from her two geographical landmarks.
December 16-31, 2022.Coronado Print Room. 701 Tillery St. # A9-A. Austin TX. Curated by Pepe Coronado. Opening reception Friday December 16th. 6:30-9:00pm
This is a Group exhibition of many artists that collaborate with the studio, reflecting a wide range of concepts. Cybil Charlier, Leslie Jimenez, Pale Obesa, Balen Victoria, BRE Jackson, Sandra Fernandez, Rene Arceo, Juan de Dios MOra, Humberto Saenz, Miguel Aragon, Miguel Luciano, Pepe Coronado, Daniel Knorra, Carlos J.M. Dominguez, MilaMila, Marco Hernandez, Rene de Los Santos, Moses Ros-Suarez.
October 6- Oct 27, 2022, Weber Gallery, College of Central FLorida, CA.
Curated by: Tyrus Clutter and Sheila Goloborotko.
This collection of work by multicultural artists from across the country showcases an intriguing display of storytelling through the use of text in the visual arts.
My work in this exhibit: Mojandose (Crossing) II/ Cruzado (Settled in)/ Separated Minor # 2,739 (Detenido)/ We are all in the same boat.
September 9 – October 22, 2022, Marketview Arts
Curated by Joseph Velasquez
This printmaking exhibition guest curated by Drive-By Press cofounder Joseph Velasquez explores the complexity and diversity of the Latinx experience through the lens of belonging, interpreted broadly as a connection to lands, customs, community, nation, contemporary art, and the feeling of being welcome or unwelcome.
My work in this exhibit: Migration, Movement and Home-NYC/ Tira y Aloja (Tug of War)/ Layers of Memory/ Postcards from my ancestors.
October 7 to November 20, 2022
Gualala Arts Burnett Gallery Curated by Mirka Knaster and Paula Haymond, Gualala, CA
All kinds of creatures migrate, sometimes thousands of miles over land, through the sky or deep waters. Yet, barriers keep animals from roaming and individuals from crossing borders or entering harbors, denying refuge, often to those who need it most. Some factors push us out of our homeland and other factors pull us into another territory. Those factors range from civil war, genocide, terrorism, gang violence, ethnic/religious/political persecution, environmental disasters leading to drought, famine, and loss of land to the simple desire for new adventures and opportunities.
My work in this exhibit: We...The gente, Mojándose I (Crossing)/ Tara y Afloja (Tug of War)
18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA. Curated by Marvella Muro & Natalie Godinez.
Imaginary Dwellings includes works that address land rights, settler colonialism, forced displacement, and migration.
My work in this exhibit: The Northern Triangle.
Masters of Linocut and Woodcut-Shadows
June 6-July 10, 2022. Tartu House, Estonia.
International exhibition “Masters of linocut and woodcut” in homage to Estonian Master Printmaker Peeter Allik (1966 – 2019). The exhibition will take place at the Tartu Artists’ House (Estonia) during the Academic Gustaviana Society’s “Peeter Allik” Tartu Printmaking Festival, June 6– 12, 2022. The Festival is a connecting platform for European, Latin American, American and Asian networks with individual programs of internationally acclaimed artists and collectives.
May 28-September 25, 2022.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH
Curated by Jorge E. Cuéllar
Bolas de Fuego: Culture and Conflict in Central America draws from the Hood Museum’s limited collections to tell stories of communities from the following countries: Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Panama. Focused on the conflict-laden twentieth and twenty-first centuries, the installation examines turning points in the region’s political and social history, while attending to the themes of race, ethnicity, and migration.
My work in this exhibition: The Northern Triangle
March 14-May 14, 2022
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Forth Worth TX.
Traveling exhibition that originated at the Smithsonian American Museum.
This exhibition is the first to unite historic civil rights era prints alongside works by contemporary printmakers, including several that embrace expanded graphics that exist beyond the paper substrate. The exhibition also is the first to consider how Chicanx mentors, print centers, and networks nurtured other artists, including several who drew inspiration from the example of Chicanx printmaking.
My work in this exhibition: Mourning and Dreaming High: Con mucha fé.
May 4-June 22, 2022
Rachel Feferman & Sherry Grover Galleries/ Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, WA
curated by: Cynthia Sears and Catherine Alice Michaelis
Boundless celebrates the visionary ideals of the artist’s book which often challenge, in the best of ways, our preconceived notions of what a book can be. Boundless explores the vast field of artist’s books, but also the thinking of book artists. Each work reveals the mapping and laying bare of uncomfortable, surprising, or unexplored terrain.
My work in this exhibition: Artist's Book/ Childhood Memories III, Growing Up in Ecuador
March 14 – May 15, 2022
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 9th
Environmental Design Library, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
Book artist Julie Chen invited 23 artists to create works on the theme of adaptation. In these pandemic times, the ability to adapt has become more crucial both in life and in art. These artists approach the idea of adaptation from a wide range of angles -- sometimes surprising -- using the interactivity of the book form as a starting point.
My work in this exhibit: Soy de aquí y soy de allá (I am from here and I am from there)
February 11-March 21, 2022
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Main Gallery, Class of 1925, and 1308 Gallery, Memorial Union and Union South, Madison, WI.
Featuring 76 University of Wisconsin–Madison multigenerational alumni, each utilizing various reproducible printmaking techniques to create traditional or unique works involving technological strategies, sculptural structures, moving images, digital illustrations, book arts, and hybrid print methods. These artists share and participate in the rich history of printmaking’s allure of the multiple and its dissemination from an agricultural landscape, fostering a dedication to inquiry, labor, creative problem solving, and the sharing of their knowledge which benefits the broader field.
My work in this exhibition: The Northern Triangle & We are all in the Same Boat
November 13-December 20, 2021.
La Peña Gallery, Austin TX.
Opening reception November 13th, 6:00-8:00pm Organized by: Dolores García
Featuring a menagerie of works from twenty-four artists from throughout the U.S. and Mexico--through their depictions of Santa Cecilia this exhibit is an exploration into the ways art, music, and faith have impacted our lives and culture. Take a journey through a myriad of times, places, and emotive realities as our diverse group of renowned and emerging artists present their unique takes on the patron saint of music.
My work in this exhibition: Santa Cecilia tocando el Rondador
August 23-October 10, 2021
Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, Misericordia University Dallas, PA 18612
Curated by: Lalaine Little
The works in the exhibition share stories of finding community and understanding in a new environment. Drummond, an immigrant from Jamaica, uses brightly colored yarn-based works in her series, “Les Derrieres,” to focus on cultural expectations of body image.
My work in this exhibition: Cross-ing El Rio Grande, un memorial para los no identificados/ Caution: Dreamers In/On sight/ We...The Gente.
August 14-September 25, 2021 Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba/ 219 East 2nd st. at Avenue B New York, New York 10009| Guest curator: Tara Sabharwal
There are over 80 million displaced people in the world today. We know now that the causes of migration are many, complex and global in nature—colonization, slavery, neo colonialism, environmental disasters, ethnic extinction, political persecution, war, poverty—the list grows.
My work in this exhibition: Movement, Migration and Home-NY.
July 31, 2021 - February 13, 2022
Boise Art Museum | 670 Julia Davis Drive | Boise, Idaho 83702 |
Many Wests: Artists Shape an American Idea offers multiple views of “The West” through the perspectives of forty-eight modern and contemporary artists. Their artworks question old and racist clichés, examine tragic and marginalized histories, and illuminate the many communities and events that continue to form this region of the United States. The exhibition explores the specific ways artists actively shape our understanding of the life, history and myths of the American West.
My work in this exhibition: Mojándose (Crossing)II
November 20, 2020 — August 8, 2021
Smithsonian American Museum | Renwick Gallery|
(8th and G Streets, NW) Washington DC, 20013-7012|
The exhibit explores the rise of Chicano graphics within early social movements and the ways in which they have advanced creating innovative printmaking practices attuned to social justice. The exhibition also is the first to consider how Chicanx mentors, print centers, and networks nurtured other artists, including several who drew inspiration from the example of Chicanx printmaking.
Work in the show: Mourning and Dreaming High: Con mucha fé.