Sabrina Mendoza Malavé (b. 1996, Lechería, Anzoátegui, Venezuela) is a an artist whose practice
aims to raise awareness about the socio-political unrest in Venezuela, offering a critical perspective on international and national power structures and their impact on people. Her work spans in drawing, painting, writing, and sculpture often featuring multi-figure compositions, portraits, landmarks, barrios, and natural landscapes. 
Within her work, Mendoza intertwines her poetry with references to historical events, protest movements, news headlines, political propaganda, and patriotic symbolism. This approach allows her to address pressing social concerns such as class inequality, displacement, political polarization, and misinformation to spark discussions that promote social consciousness and the celebration of Venezuelan culture while highlighting the country's resilience in the face of adversity.

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