Sandra Haar is a Toronto-based artist and printmaker, who works in installation, bookwork and flat formats. Her artistic practice focusses on subjectivity and representation, addressing erotics, the body, social location and translation, among other concerns. Sandra’s art has been exhibited locally and nationally, including Gallery 44 (Toronto), Forest City Gallery (London) and La Centrale (Montréal), published in several periodicals and anthologies, including The Girl Wants to: Women’s Representations of Sex and the Body (Coach House Press), and sold through Librairie Formats (Montréal), Printed Matter (New York), and Art Metropole (Toronto), among other venues. Recent exhibitions include Eyelevel Reshelving Initiative 7 (Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax), DRAWING 2016 (John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto) and Paper Thin (Gallery 101, Ottawa). Reviews and articles on her art have appeared in a variety of arts and general publications, including the collection Textura : l’artiste écrivant / the artist writing. Sandra’s occasional writing on Jewish themes has appeared in Bridges, Canadian Woman Studies / les cahiers de la femme and Tessera. Her works are held in private collections. Sandra is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art. She is a member of Open Studio (Toronto).