Patricia Sofra is an Australian lens based artist whose work investigates the ever-evolving relationships between people and their surroundings. Influenced by her Mediterranean heritage, Patricia reviews the way in which culture is embedded in place, highlighting the gulf between generational growth and tradition, as well as dabbling with the contradiction between the desire for isolation and human connection.
Patricia has graduated from the University of Melbourne (Victorian College of The Arts) with a Bachelor of Visual Art, Photography.
Patricia respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land where she lives in Melbourne, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people, and pays her respects to Elders Past, Present and Future.
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2021 - Friends Of Friends, From Moricone to Cappadocia
2020 - KINFOLK, Issue 38: What is Grandeur?
2019 - SUITCASE Magazine: A Warm Welcome in Samos.
2019 - LIFE FRAMER Collection: Learning To Do The Same.
2018 - Qatar Airways inflight magazine, Oryx: Up, Up and Away.
2018 - National Geographic: Photo's Reveal Turkey's Lonely Landscapes.
2018 - Format: How Artist's See the Environment Around Them.
2021 - CCP, IIFORD CCP Salon – supported by Milieu
2019 - theprintspace Gallery, London, Palm * Photo Prize.
2018 - Yoga 37, Melbourne, I’m learning to do the same, slowly, I promise.
2016 - VCA Gallery, Melbourne, Good grief.
2015 - VCA Gallery, Melbourne, Don’t drink the milk.
2014 - George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, Make a fake.
2013 - SAM, Shepparton, The art room highlights.