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Soria, 1963.

Graduated in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid, he has participated in numerous group shows and has had more than 25 individual exhibitions, such as: La casa del río, Toulouse (2022); Mhaata-Galerie, Bruxelles (2021); Galerie Ida Médicis, Paris (2020);  and Marita Segovia Gallery, Madrid (2016) among others.

In 1999, he began his international experience with a collective exhibition in New Jersey (USA) and since then he has participated in more than 15 international fairs in London, Brussels, Turin, Miami, New York, France and Madrid.

In 1994 he began his teaching activity as a university professor at the School of Architecture  of the Polytechnic University of Madrid and at the Alfonso X El Sabio University, in Madrid.

In 2017 he left his teaching activity and moved to live in Paris, where he dedicated himself exclusively to sculpture.

“I have always liked things alive, with experience behind them. When I walk I always look for nothing in particular, looking for something that I can find, that rusty iron, that book in the container, that battered, old wood. This is the material that feeds me, far from seeing the apparent reality, its deterioration... I see its possibilities, the past life and the one I can give it, its deepest reality.

I am a seeker who does not look for anything, who hopes to find anything, a small shadow that allows me to imagine what the shape that generates it will be like.


Carlos Sanchez Alonso.


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