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VISUAL ARTIST

Launching a visual arts career in Chicago at the age of 15, Sandra Antongiorgi had the rare opportunity to study under renowned muralists and artists, including Keith Haring. Known primarily for her gifted use of paint, and formation of concept, Antongiorgi has contributed to scores of murals that dot the Chicago cityscape. Her work has been showcased in several museums and exhibitions, including The National Museum of Mexican Art, Zhou B Gallery and most recently at her solo exhibit at Advocate & Gochis Galleries in Los Angeles. Weaving Cultures, a mural collaboration between Sandra and fellow Chicago artist, Sam Kirk won the Chicago Readers, "Best Mural of 2017". The mural is unique in that it features a transgender Latina, serves to bridge the gap between divided neighborhoods and honors underrepresented women of color.

As a studio artist, Antongiorgi draws upon life experiences, power relationships, culture, boundaries, mysticism and spirituality. She is dedicated to recognizing and responding to suffering.  Her works expose the damage caused by family violence, incarceration and systematic marginalization. Antongiorgi’s work delves deeply into those struggles normally hidden from view. She invites us to see where many turn a blind eye.

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My Work


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My Work


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Don Julio PResents Galeria 1942 


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Exhibits


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Exhibits


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EXHIBITS

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