an award-winning cultural journalist, has consulted for Sotheby's and important galleries in the US and abroad. Mr. Sanchez graduated from Harvard and studied art history at NYU's Institute of Fine Arts. He taught at the University of Florida's New World School of the Arts. His students have shown at the Whitney Biennial and are represented by serious international galleries. While teaching, he published humanities textbooks. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, NPR, BBC, CBC, among others, on cultural and sociopolitical matters. Mr. Sanchez is currently a lecturer in museums, art institutions, and, recently, at Art Palm Beach and Miami International Art Fair. He studied trecento art under Colin Eisler at NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts.
“Justo is a compelling and inspiring critic with a true passion for visual expression and its intersection with cultural politics.”
—Carla Funk, Director, University Museums, Foosaner Museum of Art,
formerly with the Metropolitan Museum’s The Cloisters.
“Justo Sanchez, objectively a great critic.”
—Fernando de Szyszlo, modern art master, MoMA, Guggenheim,
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, OAS Museum, professor at Cornell and Yale,
books by Dore Ashton and Bruno Corá,
“Justo Sanchez's lectures and presentations at the Palm Beach International Fairs have been intellectually stimulating and informative to our collectors. He is an art history scholar and instills his passion to our audiences.”
—Lee Ann Lester, Founder of Art Miami, Artpalmbeach,
Palm Beach American International Fine Fair, Director Next Level Fairs.
“It is my considered opinion that Mr. Sanchez is truly an expert in the field of art history, capable of profound and insightful analyses in a very wide range of topics and periods.”
—Roberto Borlenghi, President at Pan American Art Group Inc., Texas and Florida;
President at Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Inc., PAAP Gallery.
“Justo Sanchez makes art history come alive! I had the distinct pleasure of having Justo as a professor during my studies at New World School of the Arts in Miami. His depth and breadth of the subject combined with a unique presentation style made all his lectures extremely engaging.”
—Contemporary artist Julie Davidow (National Museum of Women in the Arts,
Mass MOCA, PAMM, reviewed in Art Papers.)