(b. Guantánamo, 1961)
Sandra Ceballos graduated from the San Alejandro School of Fine Arts in 1985. Together with artist Ezequiel Suárez, she created Espacio Aglutinador in 1994, an independent and alternative art space where emerging or alternative artists can develop their exhibitions and cultural programs. Ceballos is also the guiding force behind the Perro Residencies, an altruistic project in Havana that produces and disseminates the work of low-income artists and curators. Her work has been exhibited at the Stadthaus in Zurich and the Musee des Beaux Arts in La Chaux-de-Fonds, both in Switzerland; the Third International Performance Festival in Odense, Denmark; Art in General in New York; the “Carrillo Gil” Museum of Art in Mexico City; the Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center in Buffalo, New York; Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, California; the Royal College of Art in London, United Kingdom; El Museo del Barrio in New York; the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, Spain; and the Domus Artium in Salamanca, Spain. She has been artist in residence at Art in General in New York; the School of Design and Audiovisual Media in Basel, Switzerland; the Longwood Project in New York; the Hivos Foundation in The Hague and the Prince Claus Fund in Amsterdam, both in the Netherlands. Her work is included in the collections of the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, the Lehigh University Art Galleries in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Alfredo Zalce in Morelia; the Ninart Gallery in Mexico City; and the Bacardi Collection in Miami, among other important private and public collections.