Sandra Lazzarini is a self-taught photographer born in Italy in 1976.
After a degree in Art Restoration in 2002, she carries out various jobs, always managing to leave ample space for photography during her free time. This allows her a free and unconditional approach to her photographic poetics.
Her greatest source of inspiration is the painter René Magritte.
Sandra Lazzarini's work focuses on the representation of the female body and, through her photos, she manages to clear the purely aesthetic and conformist canons, transforming them into elements impervious to indecency and deeply imbued with freedom.
Her photos are published in print and online magazines and she has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Italy and in Europe. She lives and works in Romagna, Italy.