Art Statement

My pieces are about the deep connection between every component of the universe. We are all made of the same atoms and the same elementary particles that vibrate and fluctuate between existence and non-existence.

We are continually interacting with one and another and in doing so we become who we are. We carry within ourselves our individual history, but also our ancestral and universal history.

Essential shapes embody collective ideas and they can be discovered throughout my compositions. An abstract form is rarely void of significance; it carries meaning without sacrificing formalism. Organic biomorphic shapes, geometric figures and mathematics are used to create compositions that can be seen as a representation of nature, beings and phenomena.

The use of a material as raw as steel, transformed into a more polished medium, is a reflection of a labor intensive and repetitive process that serves as personal contact with the material, but also as a direct attention to the process itself as an integral part of the meaning of the work in which sculpture is an object, matter and space.

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.

Color, or the absence of it, is used to emphasize the strength of each shape and the placement of each shape in the space.

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 light and shadows. The blank walls become the medium and support for each one of these installations.

Free standing and suspended pieces use the void as the main visual element. Space is a medium and transparency is always an important factor in these pieces.

Subjects and messages are open to personal interpretations. The interaction with the spectator brings forth multiple ways of reading each composition.


Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor established in Miami since 1995. She earned her Master Degree in Sculpture at the National University of La Plata, Argentina. She also studied Architecture and Urbanism at the same University and Sculpture with the artist Enio Iommi.

Some of her solo exhibitions include: Panamerican Art Projects Gallery in Miami and Dallas, Lelia Mordoch Gallery in Paris, Cheryl Hazan Gallery in New York; Steps Gallery in London, UK; 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 and Free to be Captive at the Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale.

She has a broad experience in designing, fabricating and installing public, private and corporate art projects. Some examples of commissioned works include Miami-Dade Art in Public Places, Port of Miami, Baggage Claim, Terminals 4 and 5, Water and Suitcase Projects (2003); Oppenheim Architecture, Ilona Buiding Fence and Gate, Miami Beach (2001); Related Group of Florida, Icon Building Miami Beach Lobby’s Sculptures and The Slade Palm Beach Suspended Sculpture (2004-2005); Grand Venetian Miami Beach Lobby’s Wall Sculpture and Epic Hotel Miami Wall Sculpture for the Front Desk (2011); Gates, Fence, Louvers and Lamps for the Apogee Beach Building in Hollywood, FL (2014); Icon Bay Fence for Sculpture Park (2015) in Miami for the Related Group of Florida; Wall Installations for the lobby at the Belfiore Building in Houston, TX ( 2016) and Wall Installations for the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH (2017).

Her work has been exhibited at the international art fairs of Volta NY, Art Miami, Pulse New York, Art LA, Art Shanghai, Art DC, Miart Milan in Italy, Ela Asia Taipei, Diva New York, Scope London, New York and Miami, Bridge Art Fair London and Miami, Arteamericas Miami, Palm Beach Contemporary, Art Santa Fe and Art Brussels.

Sardi’s works are held by private, public and corporate collectors in the United States, Europe, Africa and Latin America. They can be found in the collections of the Art Museum of the Americas and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in Washington DC, Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale, Miami Dade Art in Public Places, The Related Group of Florida, Neiman Marcus, Cleveland Clinic and Heico Corporation; among others.

Gallery representation:

Panamerican Art Projects – Miami

Lelia Mordoch Gallery – Paris

Cheryl Hazan Gallery – New York

Waterhouse and Dodd – London – NYC

Aldo Castillo Projects – Naples, FL

Lanoue Gallery – Boston, MA

Timothy Yarger Fine Art – Los Angeles

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