Saul Sanchez | Parsons Fine Arts - 2019 BFA Thesis Exhibition

Colombia, 1977
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"Untitled," 2016 metal bean and paper - metal bean 89 x 1.5 in, paper 4 x 5 x 22 In

"One After Another in Succession - rolls," 2015 oil on linen, 7 pieces of 40 x 3,5 In e/o

"One After Another in Succession- model," 2015 foam core and wood

"One After Another in Succession ," 2016 oil and acrylic on linen 32 × 23 in

"One After Another in Succession," 2016 exhibition view

"One After Another in Succession," 2016 exhibition view

"Untitled 1," 2016 oil on paper 12 × 10 in

"Untitled 1," 2016 oil and acrylic on linen 37 × 25 in

Artist Statement

Saul Sanchez works in different media including video, installation and painting. His work focuses on experiences of delay, process, and indeterminacy. He has explored ideas about waiting, painting, and history. Present time is core in these explorations. He is interested in extending the temporal elements of the waiting time where the expected does not arrive on time, and/or a process is stuck in a specific time. The delay shows not only the unexpressed but also the invisible. In this operation placeholders fill the anxiety of future; therefore the continuity of the ‘process of becoming’ is not interrupted.

Artist Bio

Saul Sanchez (b. 1977, Bogota, Colombia) has had solo exhibitions at Praxis, New York; Nueveochenta Arte Contemporaneo Gallery, Bogota; Espacio ANEXO, Espacio Mínimo Gallery, Madrid; and Arróniz Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City; as well as numerous group exhibitions at venues including Action Field Kodra, Municipality of Kalamaria, Thessaloniki; Aurora 2015, DMA Dallas Museum of Art; Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango, Bogota; Alliance Française, Bogota; Provincial Arts Center, Havana; Santral, Istanbul; and Diego Rivera House Museum, Guanajuato. His work is in the permanent collections of PAMM, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami; Sayago & Pardon Collection, San Diego; and Museo de Arte del Banco de la República, Colombia.