Bachelor of Fine Arts from the UCLM; Master PHotoEspaña theory of photography and artistic projects by the UEM and Master in research in art and creation by the UCM.
Clara Sánchez Sala develops her work by establishing a deep reflection of the landscape as a meeting place based on scientific and technological data. Between 2012 and 2013 she made the PhotoEspaña Master: Theories and artistic projects at the European University of Madrid, and a year later the Master in Research and Creation at the Complutense University of Madrid.
Since 2011 she has participated in various collective exhibitions such as “Past, Present, Future.” Curated by Tania Pardo and Sergio Rubira (Madrid, 2014) or more recently in “Casa Leibniz” curated by Cristina Anglada (Madrid, 2015). In 2015 she received multiple awards and mentions, among which the V Encontro by Artists Novos. Cidade de Cultura (Santiago de Compostela) or Intransit. She currently lives and works in Madrid