Sandy Skoglund (born 1946) is an American photographer and installation artist. Skoglund creates surreal images by building complex spaces and providing them with carefully selected colored furniture and objects, a process that takes their months to complete. Sandy has studied both art history and art at Smith College in Northhampton, Massachusetts. In 1969, she studied Film, Multimedia Art at the University of Iowa, where she studied a Master of Fine Arts in 1972. After that, Sandy began working as a concept artist in New York and it was here that her interest in photography was gaining momentum. Skoglund was an art professor at the University of Hartford between 1973 and 1976. At present she teaches photography and art at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
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