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JAVIER SANCHEZ: MASO, MFA Thesis Exhibition Opens Tonight at Big Orbit

April 1, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

MFA student Javier Sanchez‘s thesis exhibition, Maso, will open tonight, April 1st, from 8-11pm, at CEPA Gallery’s Big Orbit Project Space. For his exhibition, Sanchez has created a site specific video installation that reflects on notions of mythology and cultural identity. Born near Mexico City, Mexico, Javier Sanchez is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives Read More


This Week in the Project Space: “Anul” by MFA Student Javier Sanchez

November 16, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

This week in The Project Space: MFA student Javier Sanchez‘s video installation Anul. His work will be on view from November 14 through November 26.


MFA Student Javier Sanchez in Group Exhibition in Los Angeles Opening 8/20

August 19, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Settlers + Nomads: 269 MILES is an evening of video and performance hosted by BLAM Projects, an artist-run space in downtown Los Angeles. The programming is part of the gallery’s three-week event series “Hot August Nights” curated by artist Joe Wolek in conversation with the current gallery exhibition On the Distant Horizon. “Hot August Nights” Read More


MFA Student Javier Sanchez in Exhibition “Typical” Opening at Buffalo Arts Studio Tonight

February 26, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA Student Javier Sanchez for the opening of the Buffalo State College Visual Arts Board Exhibition Typical at Buffalo Arts Studio, tonight, February 26th, from 5-8PM. Typicality relates to the normal happenings of daily life. However, the idea of what is “typical” is influenced by factors such as personal experiences with and expectations of Read More