Sara True Rosenthal is a multidisciplinary emerging artist whose work has been exhibited internationally. Her practice encompasses painting, weaving, research, writing, filmmaking, collaboration, and performance. She views the work as an exploratory conversation with the wonder, terror, beauty, and joy of reality.
Born in California, she graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from UC Santa Cruz and an MA in Performance, Design, and Practice from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. She has studied at the Hellenic International School of the Arts on Paros Island, Greece, and at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.
She has also lived and worked in Spain, where her research on the art of flamenco has culminated in lectures at UCLA and the annual Kristeva Circle Conference. She has been artist in residence at SNETHA in Athens, Greece, Can Serrat in Catalunya, Carousel Institute of the Arts in Poolsbrook, UK, Inteatro in Polverigi, Italy, and Arts, Letters, & Numbers in New York. Pre-pandemic, she performed at the Jerusalem Biennale and presented "Vegetal Flesh", a solo exhibit at 2/3 Project Space in Athens, Greece.