A ceramist born in Paris, Sabine Lalande started her career in an international context.


After a period spent in the Netherlands, she was invited to show her work at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam "Bureau Amsterdam" in the "Tiens-toi bien" exhibition, on extreme experiences, alongside films by Marina Abramovic, de Vito Acconci, Yoko Ono and other Fluxus artists. Then she was invited to Beeldende Kunst in Utrecht for a live performance.


She decided to settle in Paris shortly after and set up her workshop at Vaux sur Seine in the Yvelines.


She created the event in 2002 for FIFAV (Festival International du film sur l'argile et le verre – International Film Festival on clay and glass) obtaining the special price awarded by Miquel Barcelo for her performance "Colloque entre Plures et Una".


She acquired expertise in different applications of ceramic surfaces and became a ceramics and colour professor ENSA Limoges in 2005 and then the ceramics section of the Lycée technologique d'arts appliqués (Technological High School of Applied Arts) at Auguste Renoir in Paris since 2000. She was in charge of the reconstruction of these workshops in 2006-2007.


Today she works in the privacy of her workshop and enhances her work regularly though various meetings linked to working with ceramics, in residence in Japan, and exhibitions in Germany, Denmark, China.