Lisa Sanditz

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The paintings of New York-based artist Lisa Sanditz explore the dynamic relationship between natural and artificial landscapes, focusing on how individuals experience these spaces. Sanditz travels throughout the U.S. documenting and reconstructing images from commercial environments such as malls, parking lots and suburbs. The artist often combines formal modernist painting techniques with new and innovative approaches to the medium, infusing realism with abstraction. Sanditz is an MFA graduate from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York (2001), and she received her degree in studio art from the Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. (1995). In winter, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City presented “Fly Over,” Sanditz’s first solo museum exhibition. Other recent exhibitions include “The New Frontier” in ACME Los Angeles and “Organized Living” at the CRG Gallery in New York City. The artist has been included in numerous publications, such as The New York TimesArt in Review section and on absolutearts.com.

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