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Job Sánchez

from Mexico City
lives and works in Calalco, Veracruz. Mexico


2018 Bachelor of Arts, ENPEG “La Esmeralda”. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. Mexico
2014 Certified “Mechanisms in Artistic Installations”. Multimedia Center, CENART.
2014 Certified. “Artificial Life Workshop: Fractals, Automata and Algorithms”. Multimedia Center, CENART. 2010 Philosophy and Linguistics Classes with Ernesto de la Peña, Telmex Foundation.

Selected Exhibitions and Projects


1ST INTERNATIONAL ART RESIDENCY “READING MAN”. Jonava Public Library. Jonava, Lithuania.


BANCO DE PRODUCCIONES. Sound design for Radio historical novel. Radio Educación. 96.5 FM & 1060 AM. Mexico.

LANDSCAPE AS A MONUMENT. Residency. IZOLYATSIA and Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. Kiev, Ukraine.

LIVE OR BUY.  Residency. PRAKSIS. Oslo, Norway.

2012 - 2020

TM. Artist’s Book Project. Independent edition.


LUMINESCENCE project. MAUDI. Tbilisi, Georgia.
ECRANIZATOR. An “ობსკურა/Obscura” initiative. Tbilisi, Georgia. (Groupal)

WITHIN THE AMBIENCE. Workshop. As exposer. Arkhangelsk International Cultural Center. Arkhangelsk, Russia.

PARA UNA ALFOMBRA GRIS. ENPEG “La Esmeralda”. Mexico City. (Groupal)

LOS ORTODOXOS. Independent exhibition. Mexico City.

FOXTROT. ENPEG “La Esmeralda”, Mexico City.

LADRÓN. Independent exhibition Space. Founding Member. Mexico City.

MOVIMIENTO ARTE & CULTURA. Art Schools Movement Retrospective in support of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa. As coordinator and curator. Mexico City Museum. Mexico City.

TTCS. Ex-Teresa Arte Actual. Mexico City.
FIFTH INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS’ BOOK EXHIBITION. King St.Stephen Museum in Székesfehérvár, Hungary. (Groupal)

2010 - 2011
TM. MUCA Roma, Mexico City.

2008 - 2012
T646. Videoart series for Public Television, TV UNAM, Mexico.

Bastidor Acústico. Radio program, UNAM Radio 96.1 FM, Mexico City.

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Job Sánchez is an artist from Mexico City who is presently without a fixed address. His post-disciplinary practice addresses power structures. As a consequence of being a migrant, his current work inclines towards collaboration with communities to activate cultural exchange.

In reaction to a lack of exhibition spaces, he is coordinating sudden ambitions, an online project which operates as an exhibition platform for emerging artists.

Nicholas John Jones.

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