Nicolas Sanchez L.


  1. Big North (to Antofagasta)

    [2016] Norte Grande (to Antofagasta), is a tribute to the most hostile city I have been fortunate enough to inhabit.

  2. Atmospheres

    [2008-2016] 9 year record of horizon atmospheres photographed as triptychs or single images. Colourful ambiences arouse a reflective state of silent contemplation.

  3. We spin around the nights (Photo Series)

    We spin around the nights [2013 - 2014] On Sunday evenings, during the winter months of 2012–13 I conducted nocturnal peregrinatory walks through the streets of London.


  1. LimaPhoto 2016

    Bajo Galería NAC y junto a Maite Zubizarreta, estaré mostrando algunos trabajos en Lima Photo 2016, feria internacional de galerías de fotografía que se realiza desde 2010 en Miraflores, Lima, Perú. Del 10 al 14 de Agosto 2016, Galeria NAC – Booth…

  2. Big North (to Antofagasta)

    To love the world, to travel, is a subtle art which consists in discovering the hidden ties that link the cities. Salvador Reyes, Andanzas por el desierto de Atacama. Since the late nineteenth century, Antofagasta was the port for all those spurred by…

  3. Final Exhibition Grant Holders International Program Emerging Artists 15I16

    As part of the International Grant Program Emerging Artists 15I16 at the Lepsien Foundation, I'll be showing a new series of photos and videos in the Final Exhibition together with Ben Greber, Lea Kuhl, Mahsa Karimizadeh and Yorgos Stamkopoulos .

  4. Entrevista en Cultura de La Tercera

    La Tercera, 13/11/2015Mientras estudiaba en la escuela de Arte UC, Nicolás Sánchez (1981) tomó cursos de fotografía análoga con Jorge Padilla y de video con Roberto Farriol. Hoy es uno de los artistas emergentes chilenos más promisorios. Ha ganado…

  5. La vida está en otra parte: estreno online

    Para Ladera Sur¿De que se trata La vida está en otra parte? De la vida de Horacio, que estudia un oasis de niebla en pleno desierto de atacama y la de Alfonso, que intenta resucitar una estancia ovejera en la Patagonia. Ambas historias las conecta mi…

  6. Zoo. An artists' c̶u̶r̶a̶t̶e̶d̶ exhibition

    The word zoo was first used by the London Zoological Gardens, which opened in 1828 following the spirit of the menageries, collections of captive animals for the viewing pleasure of imperial, royal or aristocratic families. Under a Zoo, Human beings were…