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J U A N S A N C H E Z

346 South 3rd Street #1 Brooklyn, New York 11211 (7 1 8) 7 8 2 - 8 4 1 9

EDUCATION

1977 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art, New York, NY

1980 Master of Fine Arts (MFA), The Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

2001 Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant 2000 Performance Excellence Award, Hunter College/CUNY 1998 Premio/Prize XII Bienal de San Juan del Grabado Latinoamericano y Del Caribe 1997 PSC/CUNY Research Award 1995 Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship, Art Matters Artist Fellowship 1993 PSC/CUNY Research Award 1992 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship 1991 George A & Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship of Brown University 1988 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, Gregory Millard Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship 1985 New York State Council on the Arts Artists Project Grant, Canadian Club Hispanic Arts Award 1984 Third World Artists Printmaking Fellowship of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop 1983 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Creative Artists Program Service Fellowship 1981 Artist Space Artist Fund

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

  1. South Dallas Cultural Center, Cries & Whispers, Dallas, TX Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, JUAN SANCHEZ: Painting, Prints, Poetry, Miami, Fl Dieu Donne Papermill and the Lower East Side Printshop, Publication of a New Print Edition: Juan Sanchez, NYC Museo de Antropolia, Historia y Arte de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, , JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper (catalogue), Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico University of New Mexico Art Museum, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper (catalogue), Albuequerque, NM

2000 Des Lee Gallery, Washington University in St. Louis, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper (catalogue), St. Louis, MO The Mexican Museum, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper, (catalogue) San Francisco, CA Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper (catalogue), New Brunswick, NJ

1999 P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, RICANSTRUCTIONS: Paintings of the 90’s, Long Island City, NY El Museo del Barrio, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper (catalogue), NYC, The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, St. Bonaventure University, JUAN SANCHEZ: RICANSTRUCTIONS: A Selection of Works from the 1990’s, St. Bonaventure, NY INTAR 53 Latin American Gallery, JUAN SANCHEZ: RICANSTRUCTIONS: The Flag Series, NYC

1998 The Jersey City Museum, JUAN SANCHEZ: PRINTED CONVICTIONS: Prints & Related Works on Paper, Jersey City, NJ (two year national tour curated & organized by Alejandro Andreus, Ph.D and the Jersey City Museum with catalogue) The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1898: RICAN/STRUCTION: MULTI-LAYERED IMPRESSIONS (An on site multi-media installation), Bronx, NY (brochure) 1997 Charter Oaks Cultural Center, JUAN SANCHEZ: DISENCHANTED ISLAND, Hartford, Conn. (catalogue) Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Museum of Puerto Rican History & Culture, RICAN/STRUCTIONS: Puerto Rican Prisoners of War, Chicago, IL (catalogue) 1996 Teatro Galería Manny Maldonado, Música Against Drugs, Inc. Rican/Structions: Images, Words, Symbols, Hearts, Blood Stains, the Holy Spirit and other details, Brooklyn, NY (brochure) 1995 The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Rican/Structions: Prisoners of War, San Antonio, Texas, , Brandywine Workshop Printed Image Gallery, JUAN SANCHEZ: WORKS ON PAPER, Philadelphia, PA, R. Duane Reed Gallery, JUAN SANCHEZ: RICAN/STRUCTIONS, New Paintings, Saint Louis, MO, Wall Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, JUAN SANCHEZ: RICAN/STRUCTIONS, Paintings and Prints, NYC 1994 5th Habana Bienale, Juan Sánchez: Exposición Individual, Habana, Cuba (catalogue page in Bienale catalogue), Loyola Hall Lukacs Gallery, Fairfield University, Year of the Print: The Juan Sánchez Portfolio, Fairfield, CT, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Juan Sánchez: Rican/Structions: Paintings, NYC 1993 Carla Stellweg Latin American and Contemporary Art, New Paintings by Juan Sánchez, NYC The Light Factory Photographic Arts Center, Rican/Structions: Mixed Statements, Charlotte, NC (brochure), Gallery 1199, Bread and Roses Cultural Project, Rican/Structions: Hidden Fragments, NYC 1992 Museo del Grabado Latinoamericano and Casa de la Masacre, Juan Sánchez: Encuentro y Resistencia, San Juan and Ponce, Puerto Rico (catalogue) 1991 Massachusetts College of Art, RICAN/STRUCTED CONVICTIONS, Boston, MA (catalogue, organized by EXIT ART), University Art Museum, State University of New York, Juan Sánchez: Rican/Structed Realities, Binghamton, NY (catalogue), 1990 Miami-Dade Community College, Juan Sánchez: 30 Monotype Prints, Miami, FL, Taller Puertorriqueño, Un Sueño Libre: An Aesthetic of Liberation and Struggle,Philadelphia, PA 1989 EXIT ART, Juan Sánchez: RICAN/STRUCTED CONVICTIONS, NYC (catalogue), Jersey City Museum, Juan Sánchez: Paintings & Prints, Jersey City, NJ (brochure) 1987 EXIT ART, GUARIQUEN: Images & Words Rican/Structed, NYC 1986 University of Massachusetts of Amherst, ANKI: An Indigenous Word of the Taino Indian of Puerto Rico Meaning Enemy, Amherst, MA 1985 John Jay College, ANKI: An Indigenous Word of the Taino Indian of Puerto Rico Meaning Enemy, NYC 1980 Rutgers University, LUCHA, New Brunswick, NJ 1979 The Fourth Street Photo Gallery, MI GENTE, NYC, Amherst College, University of Massachusetts, MI MUNDO, Amherst, MA, East Harlem Cultural Center, MI MUNDO, NYC
GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  1. Centro Cultural Tijuana, ES 2002 Tijuana: II Bienal Internacional de Estandartes,

( II Internationl Bienal of Standards), Tijuana, MX California State University, The Conley Art Gallery, From Stone to Plate: Contemporary Prints from Tamarind Institute, Fresno, CA The University of Texas at El Paso, Main Gallery, Department of Art, Narratives in Prints: Selection from the Tamarind Institute, 1993-2000, El Paso, TX Painted Bride Art Center, Facing Each Other: Prints Concerning Identity (from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper), Philadelphia, PA 2001 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Digital Printmaking Now, Brooklyn, NY The College of New Jersey, The Political is the Personal: Perspectives From the Latin American Diaspora, Ewing, NJ Gallery of Contemporary Art Lewis & Clark College 4, STRIKE: Printmakers as Social Critics, Portland, Oregon Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State Museum, Rags to Riches: 25 Years of Paper Art from Dieu Donne Papermill, East Lansing, MI (exhibition tour schedule: Maryland Art Institute, Baltimore, MD; Beach Museum of Art, Kanas State University, Manhatten, KS; Hecksher Museum of Art, Huntington, Long Island, NY; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, MI; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN) Museo del Barrio, Voices from Our Communities: Perspectives on a Decade of Collecting at El Museo del Barrio, NYC CDS Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, PERSONAL HISTORIES:Radcliffe Bailey, Juan Sanchez, Renee Stout, Durham, NC International Print Center New York, New Prints 2001, NYC Taller Boricua Gallery, Puerto Rican Workshop,Inc., Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, Taller Boricua 30th Anniversary Alma Portfolio Exhibition, NYC D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center(DAC), Big Names: Works by Emerging & Established Artist (art auction), Brooklyn, NY

2000 Museo de las Artes, Universidad de Guadalajara, AmericaFOTOLatina: La Fotografia en el Arte Contemporaneo, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico EXIT ART, The First World, The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982-2000, NYC Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Los Tesoros de la Pintura Puertorriquena, Santurce, PR The Bronx Museum, A TRIBUTE TO EN FOCO: 25 Years of Making Photographic History, Bronx NY Hunter College Times Square Gallery, Hunter College Art Department Faculty Exhibition, NYC Galeria/Gallery Taller Boricua, Images of Pedro Albizu Campos, NYC Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers, the State University, Paper Trail, New Brunswick, NJ Washington University Gallery of Art, Island Press: Innovation at Washington University, St. Louis, MO

1999 Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Contemporary Narratives in American Prints, Stamford, CT Modern Gallery, The 23rd International Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ijubljana, Republic of Slovenia, Galeria del Centro Colomo Americano, FUSION: Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Medellin, Columbia Museo de Las Americas, PUERTO RICO SE UNE: Libertad para los Nuestros, San Juan, Puerto Rico Whitman College, Sheehan Gallery, CONTEMPORARY COLLABORATIONS: The Artist and the Master Printer, Walla Walla, WA El Museo del Barrio, A TRIBUTE TO EN FOCO: 25 Years of Making Photographic History, NYC The Bronx River Center and Gallery, Familiarity, Bronx, NY Bank Street College Space, The Arts for Transit Poster Program, NYC The Caribbean Cultural Center, El Taller Boricua, El Papel Del Papel: Afirmacion e identidad en la obra boricua y chicana, NYC Martinez Gallery, Artists for MUMIA 911, NYC

1998 Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, Arsenal de la Marina, XII Bienal de San Juan Del Grabado Latinoamericano y El Caribe, San Juan, Puerto Rico (catalogue) Paine Webber Art Gallery, Histories (Re)membered: Selections from the Permanent Collection of The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC Kean University, James Howe Fine Arts Gallery, Three Caribbean Artists, Union, NJ New Museum of Contemporary Art, Urban Encounters, NYC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico, 100 en la sien: 10 artistas ante el 98, Santurce, Puerto Rico (catalogue) Julia de Burgos Latin American Cultural Center, Taller Boricua Gallery, New Works/New Visions, NYC Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Programa de Artes Plasticvas del Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, El Papel Del Papel: Afirmacion e identidad en la obra Boricua y Chicana, El Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, San Juan Puerto Rico and Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX (catalogue) PINTORES EN GRABADO, Museos del Banco Central del Ecuador, V Bienal Internacional de Pintura, Cuenca, Quito, Guayaquil, Manta, Santa Elena, Loja, Ibarra, Esmeradas, Riobamba Queens Theatre in the Park Gallery, Latin American Artists at the End of the Century, Flushing, NY (catalogue) Prospect Park Alliance, Brooklyn Center for Urban Environment, Boricua: El Barrio Meets Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY McDonough Museum of Youngstown State University, Contemporary Latino Voices, Youngstown, OH West Chelsea Arts Building, ALBUM: 30 Years at the Lower Eastside Printshop, NYC Taller Puertorriqueno, Ame-Rican Borders, Philadelphia, PA

1997 The Smithsonian Institute, S. Dillon Ripley Center, AMERICAN VISIONS; LATINO PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE UNITED STATES, Washington, DC Gallery 16/The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Crossing Over/Changing Places, Washington, DC Taller de Arte Plasticas Rufiño Tamayo, Exposicion Grafica, Oaxaco, Mexico The William Benton Museum of Art, The Museum’s Collections: Past Directions/New Visions, 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Storrs, CT The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art, SHADED VOICES, NYC The Bronx Museum of the Arts, TALK BACK:The Community Responds to the Permanent Collection, Bronx, NY The Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center, The Other New York: Bridges From Brooklyn, Washington, DC

1996 Museum of Modern Art, THINK PRINT: Books to Billboards, 1980-95 , NYC (catalogue) Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, El Olimpo, Monterrey, MX (catalogue) The Old State House, Legacy/Legado: A Latino Bicentennial Reflection, Hartford, CT The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx Spaces, Bronx, NY The Cooper Hewitt Museum, Mixed Messages: Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture, NYC AIGA Gallery, Design on the Street: Mixed Messages in Public Space, NYC Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the arts, 15 Degrees from Rutgers: Charting New Directions in Contemporary Art, New Brunswick, NJ (brochure) Hostos Center for the Arts and Culture, The Power of Prints: New Formats, Bronx, NY CRT’s Crafter Gallery,The Printmaking Workshop Archives, Hartford, CT Beyer Blinder Belle, The Finalists: Proposals for Myrtle Avenue, Arts for Transit, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NYC

1995 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, La Caja de Pandora, Monterrey, Mx (catalogue) 5th International Cairo Bienal, Strategies of Narration, Cairo, Egypt (catalogue) Jersey City Museum, Albizu Vive/Albizu Lives, Jersey City, NJ (catalogue) La Mama Gallery, Printed at the Lower-Eastside Printshop, NYC Longwood Arts Project at PS 39, RECONQUISTA: Reclaiming theTainos, Bronx, NY (brochure) 843 Studio Gallery, The Kindred Spirit, Brooklyn, NY Bronx-River Art Center and Gallery, A Social History Show, Bronx, NY Cavin-Morris Gallery, Fiesta For Life, (Latin American Artists Fight AIDS Auction), NYC Cleveland Institute of Arts, The Printmaking Workshop: .Bob Blackburn’s Collection, Cleveland, OH The New Museum of Contemporary Art, In Transit, NYC Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, Ouincentenary, NYC El Museo del Barrio, Trapped Spirits, NYC Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Jazz y Son, NYC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, Premio MARCO II, Monterrey, MX. (catalogue) CRT’s Crafters Gallery, Master Printer Robert Blackburn Exhibition,Hartford, CONN. The Westminister Gallery, Bloomfield College, Six Latin American Artists, Bloomfield, NJ The PUFFIN Foundation LTD, JUSTICE / IN JUSTICE: ART AGAINST DEATH, NYC ABC No Rio, Art of Eviction, NYC Bullet Space, Dada at Bullet, NYC

1994 Strategies of Narration, 5th International Cairo International Art Biennial, Cairo, Egypt, (United States Representation, sponsored by the U.S.I.A through 1996, toured to Jordan, Pakistan, Syria, Bahrain, Qatar, Tunisia, Morocco and Saudi Arabia) New York State Museum, Ponder These Things: Ten Latino Artists, Albany, NY El Museo del Barrio, 25th Anniversary Exhibition: Reclaiming History, NYC (catalogue) Time & Space, Disappearances, Sardinia, Italy Printed Matter, Labor System, NYC Pacific Design Center, Angel Art, Los Angeles, CA The Museum of Modern Art, Recent Print Acquisitions, NYC The Bronx Museum of Art, New Acquisitions for the Permanent Museum Collection, Bronx, NY Painted Bride, Narratives: Language, Text, Imagery, Philadelphia, PA Jersey City Museum, Recent Acquisitions: 1990-1993, Jersey City, NJ Printmaking Workshop Gallery, Ten, NYC Kenkelaba Gallery, El Puerto Rican Embassy, NYC Carla Stellweg, New Works, NYC Terry Dintenfass Gallery, Engaged Vision, NYC Whitehall, Areyto For Life, NYC

1993 The Rotunda Gallery, The Street, Brooklyn, NY Jamaica Arts Center, Word!, Jamaica, NY (brochure) La Galería Normandie, Carnaval, San Juan, PR (catalogue) Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Recent Acquisitions in the Siskind Center, Providence, RI Cavin-Morris Inc., Aquí Afuera: Latin American Works on Paper, NYC Carl Hammer Gallery, Caminos Revelatorios: Corridors of Understanding, Chicago, IL Carla Stellweg, Traces of Memory, NYC The Museum of Modern Art, Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century, NYC (catalogue) The Hunter College Galleries, Hunter College MFA Faculty Artists, 1981-1993, NYC (catalogue) Longwood Arts Project at PS 39, RECONQUISTA: Reclaiming the Tainos, Bronx, NY 843 Studio Gallery, The Kindred Spirit, Brooklyn, NY (brochure) Bronx-River Art Center and Gallery, A Social History Show, Bronx, NY Cavin-Morris Gallery, Fiesta For Life, (Latin American Artists Fight AIDS Auction), NYC Cleveland Institute of Arts, The Printmaking Workshop: Bob Blackburn’s Collection,Cleveland, OH The New Museum of Contemporary Art, In Transit, NYC Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, Quincentenary: Recollections/Resistance/Reconstructions, Brookville, NY Bronx River Art Center & Gallery, A Social History Show, Bronx, NY EXIT ART, First World Fever, NYC Radix Gallery, Wake Up, Phoenix, AZ Art Center College of Design, Angry Graphic, Pasadena, CA

1992 Museum of Modern Art, Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century,- NYC (Exhibition traveling beginning at Estación Plaza de Armas, Seville, Spain;Musee Nacion al d’art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France;Museum Ludwig at Cologne, 1993) (catalogue) Monasterio de Santa Clara, Américas, Moguer, Huelva, Spain (catalogue) Klingspor Museum, YOUR HOUSE IS MINE, Offenbach, Germany EXIT ART, REMNANT MEMORY: Fragments, Fossils, Trophies, Plaques, a collaboration with John Fekner, NYC Bullet space, YOUR HOUSE IS MINE, NYC Art Space, Dos Mundos/The Impact of Two Worlds, New Haven, CT The Alternative Museum, Artists of Conscience: 16 Years of Social and Political Commentary, NYC (catalogue) The Montclair Art Museum, THREE HISPANIC AMERICAN MASTERS,Montclair, NJ (catalogue) Lower East Side People’s Credit Union, YOUR HOUSE IS MINE, NYC Vox Populi, Dream Spaces, Artists & Architects, Philadelphia, PA Pyramid Atlantic, LOWER EAST SIDE PRINTSHOP RETROSPECT, Riverdale, MD Maryland Art Place, The Gathering Storm, Baltimore, MD Aaron Davis Hall, City College of New York, MALCOLM X: ThePortrait of a Legacy, NYC Galería de la Raza/Studio 24, EL CARIBE:The First Invasion,Contemporary Artists of Cuba and Puerto Rico, San Francisco, CA College of New Paltz Art Gallery/SUNY, Uncommon Ground: 23 Latin American Artists, New Paltz, New York (catalogue) Paine Webber Art Gallery, Revealing the Self Portraits by TwelveArtists, (organized by the Bronx Museum of the Arts), NYC The Cooper Union, GOOD WORK: Fine Art by Recent Alumni, NYC Rutgers University, Latino Cultural Center, Bounty, Identity,Love and Death, New Brunswick, NJ P.S. 1 Museum, SLOW ART: Painting in New York Now, Long Island City, NY Brooklyn College Art Gallery, FIVE CENTURIES AFTER THE COLLISION: Five Contemporary Artists, Brooklyn, NY (brochure) Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, THE FOURTH R: Art and the Needs of Childrenand Youth, Cupertino, CA (catalogue)

1991 The Mint Museum of Art, IN THE LOOKING GLASS: Contemporary Narrative Painting, Charlotte, NC (catalogue) Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, Mito Y Magia En America:Los Ochenta, Monterrey, Mexico (catalogue) Casa de Cultura Ecuatoniana, III Bienal En Pintura De Cuenca, Cuenca, Ecuador (catalogue) Pennsylvania State University, Gender and Representation, University Park, PA The Print Club, Crossing over/Changing Places, Philadelphia, PA (catalogue) Gallery 1199, IMAGES OF LABOR: the 90’s, NYC EXIT ART, The Hybrid State Exhibition, NYC (catalogue) Museo del Barrio, Recent Acquisitions for its Permanent Collections, NYC Rutgers University, Printed in America, New Brunswick, NJ Euphart Gallery, De Anza College, FREEDOM VIEWS 1991, Cupertino, CA Hartwick College, Foreman Gallery, Political and Social Issues in Developing Countries, Oneonta, NY Gallery 1199, Prints by Artists of Diverse Cultural and Ethnic Backgrounds, NYC The Cultural Space, World Disorder, NYC Center for Book Arts, SELECTIONS: Lower Eastside Printshop, NYC Gwenda Jay Gallery, Five Artists from the Decade Show, Chicago, IL. Lorence Monk Gallery, Children in Crisis, NYC Goddard-Riverside Community Center, ARTISTS ON THE HOME FRONT, NYC Print Club, WE THE PEOPLE: Book & Street Project, Philadelphia, PA Kenkeleba House, INNER CITY-OUTER LIMITS, NYC 25 St. Marks Place, HOUSING & THE NEW WORLD ORDER, NYC Gallery 1199, LOWER EAST SIDE PRINTSHOP, NYC

1990 The Betty Rymer Gallery, The Art Institute of Chicago, Affirmative Actions, Chicago, IL

(catalogue) The Tallahassee Gallery, Mayday M’Aidez, Tallahassee, FL New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, Legacies, Summit, NJ Inter-GRAFIK 90, East Germany (catalogue) New Museum of Contemporary Art, Studio Museum in Harlem, Museum of Hispanic Art, The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980’s, NYC (catalogue) Modern Gallery, International Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia (catalogue) Skylight Gallery, Impressions: Our World, Brooklyn, NY Mid-Hudson Arts & Science Center, Prints From The PrintmakingWorkshop, Poughkeepsie,NY San Juan Bautista Mission, Imagenes Y Palabras: Art About Aids, NYC The Arthur A. Houghton Gallery, The Cooper Union, The Dream Continues, NYC Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, Art For Puerto Rican Equality, NYC Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, Henry Street Settlement, Images and Words: Artists Respond to Aids, NYC Bullet Space, Your House is Mine, NYC Fundación del Sol, Caribbena 1990, Washington DC Gwenda Jay Gallery, Five Artists from “The Decade Show”, Chicago, IL The Cooper Union, Broken Rifles, NYC Hillwood Art Museum, Artist as A Political Sensor, Long Island, NY Kettles Yard Gallery, Re-Writing History, installation by David Hammonds & Bullet, Cambridge, England Kunstler Haus, A.B.C. No Rio Show- 10 Years/7 Days, Hamburg, Germany Center for Book Arts, SELECTIONS: Lower East Side Printshop, NYC



1989 Alternative Museum, DIA DE LOS MUERTOS II: Los Angelitos, NYC Whatcom Museum of History and Art, A DIFFERENT WAR: Vietnam in Art, Bellingham, WA (Two Year traveling exhibition) Washington Art Foundation (catalogue) Dia Art Foundation, If You Lived Here. . . , NYC (Book by Martha Rosler Blue Star Art Space, LOADED, San Antonio, TX Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, CONTEMPORARIES: Juxtaposing Perceptions, NYC Flushing Council on Culture & the Arts, IMPRESSIONS: Our World, Flushing, NY Bronx River Art Center, Whose War? Vietnam & Central America, Bronx, NY Leo Castelli, GOLDEN OPPORTYUNITY: Auction for El Salvador Health Clinic, NYC Westbeth Gallery, Art Against Apartheid, NYC Madison Art Center, Urban Images, Madison, WI Sherry Washington Gallery, Group Show, Detroit, MI Castillo Cultural Center, Visions of Revolutions, NYC

1988 The Museum of Modern Art, Committed To Print, NYC Rosenberg Era Project, UNKNOWN SECRETS: Art & the Rosenberg Era, (Exhibition on a two year 1988-1991 United States Tour: Long Island University, Hillwood Art Gallery;MassachusettsCollege of Art, Boston, MA; Kenyon College, Olin Gallery, Ohio; Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, Pennsylvania;University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; Installation Gallery, San Diego, CA; Spertus Museum of Judaica, Chicago, IL; Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO; East Carolina State University, Greenville, NC, among others.) (catalogue) ALJIRA Center for Contemporary Art, ART FROM THE AFRICAN: Survival, Newark, NJ San Diego Museum of Art, CULTURAL CURRENTS, San Diego, CA State University of New York, Three New York Artists, Old Westbury, NY Akron Art Museum, All The News That’s Fit for Prints, Akron, Ohio John Jay College, Artists From the Printmaking Workshop, NYC Southeastern Massachusetts University, ACTS OF FAITH: Politics and the Spirit, North Dartmouth, Ma (catalogue) La Galería en el Bohio, HUELLAS: Avanzada Estética Por La Liberación Nacional, NYC (Curated by Juan Sanchez) (catalogue) University of Connecticut, Atrium Gallery, ACTS OF FAITH: Politics and the Spirit, Storrs, CT (catalogue) The Prints Club, All The News That’s Fit For Print, Philadelphia, PA University Art Galleries, Wright State University, COMMITTED TO PRINT, Dayton, Ohio (Exhibition traveling to Peace Museum, Chicago, IL 1989; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta; 1989 and New YorkState Museum, Albany, NY, 1990) (catalogue) Contemporary Arts Museum, All The News That’s Fit For Prints, Houston, TX Goddard Riverside Community Center, UNITY: A Collaborative Process, NYC EXIT ART, The Social Club, NYC Cleveland State University Art Gallery, ACTS OF FAITH: Politics & The Spirit, Cleveland, Ohio (catalogue)

1987 Gray Art Gallery, IMAGES OF LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE: Art & Artifact, East Carolina State University, Greenville, NC The Works Gallery, American JuJu, Newark, NJ La Galería en el Bohio, CONTEMPOPRANEOS, NYC El Museo del Barrio, A Decade of En Foco, NYC Park Gallery, NEO FIGURATION: Trends, San Juan, Puerto Rico Bronx River Art Center, ETHNOCENTRIC HISTORIES OF ART: The Present & the Future, NYC EXIT ART, CONCRETE CRISIS: Urban Images of the 80’s, NYC Goddard Riverside Community Center, HOME, NYC Kanahawa Prefectural Gallery, The 13th International Independante Exhibition of Prints in Kanagawa ‘87, Kanagawa, Japan (catalogue)

1986 Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, La Segunda Bienal de la Habana, Havana, Cuba (catalogue) Hera Gallery, OBSESSIONS, Wakefield, RI Minor Injury, HISTORY: HIGH STORY, NYC La Galería en el Bohio, Artists Support Black Liberation, NYC Bronx Museum of the Arts, A Decade of En Foco, NYC (catalogue) Gallery, 69, LIBERTY: A Different Perspective (an irreverent view), NYC Artist Space, THE FAIRY TALE: Politics, Desire & Everyday Life, NYC (catalogue) Barbara Gladstone Gallery, The Law & Order Show, NYC PACA Gallery, WAR/PEACE On Earth, NYC The Center for Idea Art, IMAGE WARS: An Exhibition of Oppositional Art, Denver, CO Bronx Museum of the Arts, DISARMING IMAGES: Art for Nuclear Disarmament, NYC (catalogue) El Museo Universitario del Chopo, En Camino a Cuba, México Fashion Moda, The Logical Liberation, NYC The Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, CARIBEAN ART/AFRICAN CURRENTS, NYC (catalogue) Harlem School of the Arts, NEW ART, NYC; Lightworks Gallery, Syracuse, NY; Women’s Studio Visual Workshop, Rosendale, New York; Visual Studies Workshop Rochester, NY, La Gran Pasión, organized by En Foco

1985 Kankeleba House Gallery, DIMENSIONS IN DISSENT, NYC Canadian Club, MIRA: The Second Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour, (Exhibition on a two year tour, 1985-87, throughout the United States; El Museo del Barrio, NYC; Hyde Chicago, IL; Miami; Los Angeles; Houston; Denver; San Francisco; etc.) (catalogue) United States Preparatory Committee for the 12th World Festival of Youth & Students, The Friendship of Young Generations Can Bring Peace Among Nations, Moscow, USSR The Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Biennial: GROUP MATERIAL/AMERICANA, NYC (catalogue) EXIT ART, SURPLUS:Today’s Art in an Overpopulated City, NYC P.S. 122, NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY PICTURE, NYC Pennsylvania State University, ART AGAINST APARTHEID, Folgelville, PA District Council 37, ART AGAINST APARTHEID, NYC

1984 The Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center of The Henry Street Settlement, Art AGAINST APARTHEID, NYC Dramatis Personae Gallery, RACIST AMERICA, NYC (catalogue) New York Shakespeare Theatre/El Museo del Barrio, MIND HARBORS, NYC (catalogue) Judson Church, Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, NYC The Rotunda Gallery, THE CARIBBEAN INFLUENCE, NYC Colby Museum of Art, CALL & RESPONSE: Art on Central America, Waterville, ME TWEED-The Gallery, IN THE PINK, Plainfield, NJ PADD (Political Art Documentation/Distribution), American Artists in Solidarity, Managua, Nicaragua The Bronx Museum of the Arts, WORDS equals/does not equal PICTURES, NYC (catalogue) City of Havana Cuba Pavilian, Primera Bienal de Habana, Havana, Cuba (catalogue) The Art Museum Association of America, DISARMING IMAGES: Art for Nuclear Disarmament, (Exhibition on a 1984-86 United States tour; The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, California; Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman; New York State Museum, Albany; University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara; MunsonWilliams-Protor Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York; Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena; Yellowstone Art Center, Billings, Montana and The Bronx Museum of the Arts NYC.) (catalogue)

1983 TWEED - The Gallery, PEACE ON EARTH: Pastorals & Politics, Plainfield, NJ The Chrysler Museum, Contemporary Latin American Art, Norfolk, Virginia Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, the Henry Street Settlement, NYC The Pyramid Gallery, Rochester, NY Michael C. Rockefeller Gallery at S.U.N.Y., Fredonia, NY CAPS: (CreativeArtists Program Service) Painting 1982-83, (1983-84 New York State Exhibition tour) El Museo del Barrio, OCTOPUS, (collaboration on giant book sculpture with artist Papo Colo), NYC Rincón Taino, PUERTO RICO: Latino America, NYC Monogram Gallery, NYC; Wake Forrest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Traditions & Modern Configurations Galeria Ollantay, ROOTS, NYC The New Museum of Contemporary Art, EVENTS: La Gran Pasión, NYC (catalogue) Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, Henry Street Settlement, EVIDENCE: Twelve Photographers, NYC Group Material, SUBCULTURE, (an installation/exhibition in city subways, cars and buses). New York and Boston Moriviví Gallery, TRANSFERS: Uptown/Downtown, NYC (catalogue) Galería Venezuela, TEXTOS INFERNOS, NYC Paul Robeson Center Art Gallery, Rutgers University, IMAGES & IDENTITIES: Art & Artists of Puerto Rican Heritage, Newark, NJ (catalogue) Just Above Midtown Gallery, PHOTOGRAPHY: New Approaches, NYC William Paterson College, People of Color, Wayne, NJ Whitney Museum of American Art (downtown), PORTRAITS: On a Human Scale,NYC (catalogue) Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center/Gallery 1199, LATINO NEW YORK: Five Painters, NYC & Newark, NJ

1982 Equitable Gallery, TODOS Uno, NYC (catalogue) The Bronx Museum of the Arts, PHOTO STARTS, NYC (catalogue) TWEED The Gallery, TALK TO ME: Words in Art, Plainfield, NJ Taller Latino Americano, LUCHAR: An Exhibition for the People of Central America, NYC Kenkeleba House Gallery, RITUALS & RHYTHMS: Visual Voices for Survival, NYC Curated by Juan Sanchez (catalogue) American Indian Community House, THE FOUR DIRECTIONS, NYC City Gallery, Art From Henry Street, NYC The Alternative Museum, VISUAL POLITICS, NYC (catalogue) INTAR Latin American Gallery, THE ISLAND:PAINTINGS BY JUAN SANCHEZ & MANUEL MACARUALLA, NYC Kenkeleba House Gallery, VICES & VIRTURES, NYC Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, Henry Street Settlement, BEYOND AESTHETICS: Art of Necessity by Artists of Conscience, NYC (Exhibition also traveled to Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts, Arts, New Brunswick, NJ) (catalogue) The New Jersey State Museum, Rutgers University MFA Show, NJ Consejo Puertorriqueño de Fotografía, PRIMERA MUESTRA DE FOTOGRAFIA PUERTORRIOUEÑA CONTEMPORANEA, El Museo de Ponce, Casa Aboy, Plaza Las Américas, Ponce, San Juan, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico (catalogue)

1981 Group Material, THE M5 SHOW, (art exhibited in New York City buses), NYC City Gallery, NYC; The Equitable Gallery, NYC; Walters Hall of Douglas College/Rutgers University, HISPANIC ARTISTS OF NEW YORK, (produced by The Association of Hispanic Art), New Brunswick, NJ (catalogue) Houghton Gallery, The Cooper Union, PHOTOGRAPHY: Products of the Seventies, NYC Whitney Museum of American Art (downtown), THE PRISON SHOW: Realities & Representations, NYC (catalogue) Group Material, ENTHUSIASM, NYC The New Museum of American Art, EVENTS: Artists Invite Artists, (invited by Melvin Edwards), NYC (catalogue)

1980 Westbeth Gallery, VOICES EXPRESSING WHAT IS, NYC Group Material, THE AESTHETICS OF CONSUMPTION, NYC The Bronx Museum of the Arts, YOUNG PAINTERS: 1980, NYC (Xerox catalogue) The Cayman Gallery, TRENDS III, NYC
BOOKS

Harper, Glenn, INTERVENTIONS AND PROVOCATIONS: Conversations on Art, Culture and Resistance, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1998

Poupeye, Veerle, Caribbean Art, Thames and Hudson Ltd., London, 1998

Betti, Claudia & Sale, Teel, DRAWING: A Contemporary Approach, Harcourt Brace College Publishers, Fortworth, TX, 1997

Sullivan, Edward J., Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century. Phaidon Press Limited, London, 1996

Wye, Deborah, THINKING PRINT: Books to Billboards, 1980-95, The Department of Publications, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, 1996

Silberstein-Storfer, Muriel, Jones, Mablen, Doing ART Together: Discovering the Joys of Appreciating and Creating Art as Taught at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Famous Parent-Child Workshop, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,Publishers, New York, NY, 1996

Fusco, Coco; English Is Broken Here: Notes on Cultural Fusion in the Americas, The New Press, New York, 1995

Cahan, Susan & Kocur, Zoya, Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education, The New Museum of Contemporary art & Routledge, New York, NY & London, 1995

Hobbs, Jack A. & Duncan, Robert L., Arts, Ideas and Civilization, IconEditions, An Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 1994

Goldman, Shifra N.; Dimensions of the Americas: Art and Social Change in Latin America and the United States, The University of Chicago Press, LTD.; London, 1994

Berger, Maurice, Modern Art and Society: An Anthology of Social and Multicultural Readings, IconEditions/ Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 1994

Rasmussen, Waldo, Bercht; Fatima; Ferrer,Elizabeth, Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1994

Lomeli, Francisco, Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in the United States: Literature and Art, Arte Publico Press, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1993

Lippard, Lucy R.; Mixed Blessings: New- Art in Multicultural America, Pantheon Books, New York, 1990

Lippard, Lucy R. ;.Get The Message/: A Decade of Art for Social Change, E.P. Dutton, INC., New York, 1984


SELECTED ART JOURNALS AND MAGAZINE PUBLICATIONS

AMERICA REVISTA, JUAN SANCHEZ: Ik ben in de eerste plaats kunstenaar by Luc Verheyen, Jaarrgang 22,nr 235, 1995/3

CARAS de PUERTO RICO, ARTE: JUAN SANCHEZ PROTESTA DESDE EL LIENZO por Ivonne M. Conde, FEB. 1994, Año 4, Núm. 2

PLASTICA Revista de la Liga de Arte de San Juan, Mira, mira mira: Juan Sánchez, pintor neorican por Efraín Barradas, SEPT. 1993, Año15, Vol.1, Núm..21

Latin American Art, JUAN SANCHEZ by Julia P. Herzberg, DEC. 1991, Vol. 3, No. 4

ART PAPERS, Contemporary art in the Southeast, INTERVIEW: JUAN SANCHEZ by Susan Canning, July/August 1990, Vol. 14, No. 4

Art in America, Rican/Structions by Coco Fusco, FEB. 1990, Vol. 78, No. 2

LA FABRICA DEL SUR, Revista Ilustrada, SALSA, CELEBRACION Y COMPROMISO SOCIAL: LA PINTURA DE JUAN SANCHEZ, por Dionisio Cañas, OCT. 1990, Núm. 3



PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES & CATALOGUE ESSAYS WRITTEN BY JUAN SANCHEZ

1982 Kenkeleba House Gallery, RITUAL & RHYTHM: Visual Forces for Survival, catalog essay for exhibition curated by Juan Sánchez, NYC.

Art Workers News, PUERTO RICAN NATIONALIST ART: A History, A Tradition, A Necessity, by Juan Sanchez & Rafael Colon Morales, Volume 11, Number 9, May 1982



1983 The Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center of the Henry Street Settlement EVIDENCE: From Twelve Photographers, brochure essay for exhibition curated by Juan Sánchez, NYC.

ART & ARTISTS, Visual Artists and Anti-Apartheid, by Jimmie Durham & Juan Sánchez, Volume 12, Number 7, June 1983.



1988 CHARAS. La Galería en el Bohio, Huellas: Avanzada Estética por la Liberación Nacional. Catalog essay for exhibition organized by Juan Sánchez, NYC.

1990 Sazama Gallery, The Metamorphosis/Search for the Island/Self and the Conflictive Plebiscite of the Mind. Catalogue essay by Juan Sánchez for Bibiana Suarez’s “In Search of an Island” solo exhibition, , Chicago, IL.

M/E/A/N/I/N/G: Contemporary Art Issues, Statement for the De-Facto Racism in the Visual Arts, College Art Association Presentation, by Juan Sánchez, #7, May 1990



1992 Hunter College, The Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Remerica! Amerika:

Re-appropriating Ourselves for Truth, Justice and Peace. catalogue essay for exhibition curated by Juan Sánchez, NYC

1998 Hunter college, The Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, PUERTO RICAN EQUATION:

Puerto Rican Artists Ponder 100 Years Since the 1898 Invasion, catalogue essay for exhibition curated by Juan Sánchez, NYC.
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

1995 Lifetime Achievement in Art Award, National Hispanic Academy of Media Arts and Sciences, NYC CLAC Latino Alumni Award: In Recognition of Outstanding Professional Achievements, Center for Latino Art and Culture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

1994 Youths Friends Awards, The School Art League of New York City, The Metropolitan

Museum of Art, NYC



1992 Premio Anual, Exposición Individual, La Asociación Puertorriqueña de Críticos de Arte, El Ateneo Puertorriqueño, San Juan, PR

Alumni Recognition Award, Distinguished Accomplishment in the Arts, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
PERMANENT ART COLLECTIONS

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. University of Colorado, The Colorado Collection, Boulder, Colorado Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, San Juan, Puerto Rico Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersey Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, New Jersey The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art, New York, NY Centro Wilfredo Lam, Havana, Cuba Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, NY Conseio Puertorriqueho de Fotografia, San Juan, Puerto Rico Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, New York, NY Phyllis Kind, New York, NY Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri Miami-Dade Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida Brandywine Printmaking Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Taller Puertorriqueho, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Departamemnto de Turismo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico Cumberland Neighborhood Community Care Facility, Brooklyn, NY The Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Lower Eastside Printshop, New York, NY The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI UNM Hospital, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico Emory University, Atlanta, GA Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Art Museum, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT The New York Public Library, New York, NY National Association of Counties, Washington, DC
Professional Activities, Lectures/Seminars/Panels

1999 DePaul University, Chicago, IL, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

1998 Kean University, Union, NJ, The Bronx Museum of Contemporary Art, Bronx, NY School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

1997 The Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC, Lafayette College, Easton, PA,

1992 Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Visiting Painters Series, New Brunswick, NJ Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI The Cooper Union School of Art, NYC The College Art Association, Chicago, IL EXIT ART, NYC City College, NYC

1991 Madison Art Center, Madison, WI Museum of Modern Art, NYC Skohegan School of Painting, Skohegan, ME Hunter College, NYC

1990 Washington University in St. Louis, MO Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA

1989 Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY University of Southern Maine, Gotham, ME

1988 New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, MA The Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

1987 22 Wooster Gallery, NYC University of Colorado, Boulder, COP.S. 39/Longwood Arts Project, NYC Rutgers University & The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum, Brunswick, NJ Militant Labor Forum, Newark, NJ

1986 The Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, NYC, Galería en el Bohio, NYC

1985 Jersey State Museum, Jersey City, NJ Montclair State College, Montclair, NJS.U.N.Y. at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI John Jay College, NYC

1984 22 Wooster Gallery, NYC

1983 The New Museum of American Art, NYC

1982 WBAI Radio, NYC Channel 5 (WOR-TV), NYC Channel 13 (PPBS-TV), NYC PADD, NYCMartin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center, New York, NY SOHO 20 Gallery, NYC Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ The Landmark Gallery, NYC

1981 The Educational Alliance, NYC; The Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center of the Henry Street Settlement, NYC

1979 Amherst College of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

1975--1991 The Cooper Union Saturday Program, NYC


ASSOCIATION WITH PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS

College Art Association

Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture (Board of Governors 1992-98)

New York Foundation for the Arts (Artist Board of Advisors 1993-97)



New York State Council for the Arts (1989-1993)


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