Sandrine Cano Bock has been fascinated by women since her childhood, especially the faces and elegance of her mother, whom she has spent hours observing.
From then on, she quickly developed a passion for drawing and shapes, discovering the profession of the makeup artist.
She moved to Paris and pushed the doors of a makeup school. Fascinated by opera, theater and circus and captivated by the transformations, the scenography, she began her career as a makeup artist at the Opera Garnier and the Théâtre du Châtelet.
She collaborated with several circus companies and also worked at the Comédie Française.
Sandrine Cano is very interested in the history of art and some artists fascinated her like Séraphine de Senlis, a very instinctive artist who creates her own colors and pigments.
Naive Art inspires her a lot, but also Abstract Expressionism like Willem de Kooning whose raw and imperfect beauty she loves.
She started working in the fashion world in 2005 and her work allows her to meet photographers, stylists and actresses who will soon become sources of inspiration for her.
Since 2016, Sandrine Cano has been a regular collaborator of Chanel.
You can find her work on the pages of magazines such as: Behind The Blinds, CAP 74024, Dazed, Harper’s Bazaar U.S., Interview Germany, Marfa Journal, Pop Magazine, Self Service, The Face, Vogue Japan, Vogue Paris, Vogue Russia and Vogue Ukraine.
Some of her celebrity clients are: A.P.C., Chanel, Fenty, L’Oréal Professionnel, Loro Piana, Louis Vuitton, Massimo Dutti, Necessity Sense, Pablo, Re/Done, Roger Vivier, Saint Laurent, Sandro, Sessun and Zara.
She is represented by Artlist and you can find her portfolio HERE