Sandra Mann (1970) a German artist and photographer based in Frankfurt am Main graduated at HfG, University of Art & Design Offenbach, Germany under Lewis Baltz and Heiner Blum. Working and exhibiting worldwide, thinking across genres, she relates to several artistic forms of expression such as photography, installation, sculpture and video. Her passion for science, her love for creation and vitality has led to a conceptually focusing on man’s relation to nature, the environment, animals and gender. Within her work she explores the principles of photography, visual language and image perception, which she also teaches. She curates various exhibitions since 2009 and is member of several jurys.
"Sandra Mann flies out and observes, unobtrusively; nothing escapes her eye. People’s candour at the encounter and that they find their being put on show delightful, has to do with her temperament and her personality. Possibly, too, with her charm and her tinkle of a laugh. The camera is her constant companion, her extended arm, I would be tempted to say, an olfactory organ." Jean-Christophe Ammann, director of Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt
"She has the sensitive eye of a corroner." Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gebhardt von Jagow, president of German Medical Faculty Association
Her works can be seen at the Museum fuer Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany MUCA, Mexico City, Mexico D.F., Kunsthalle Wien, Austria and she is represented in art collections such as DZ Bank, Kunsthalle Mannheim or Art Collection Deutsche Boerse Photography Foundation.