Máret Ánne Sara

Máret Ánne Sara in front of her work 'Pile o´Sápmi'. Photo: Matti Aikio.

Máret Ánne Sara (b. 1983) is a multidisciplinary artist and author who was born into a reindeer herding family in Guovdageaidnu (Kautokeino), where she also lives and works. In her artistic practice, Máret Ánne often deals with political and social issues from a Sámi and reindeer-social perspective. Thus, themes such as colonialism, migration, nomadism, land, and Sámi rights emerge through her work.

Máret Ánne Sara is the initiator of Dáiddadállu Artist Collective. Her work has been widely exhibited in Norway and internationally. She is represented in the collection of the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Norway.

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