Maria, Rosa, Mick & John, 2017
solo show, Domo Baal, London




Park, 2017
solo show, Lucia de la Puente, Lima

Park is Lizi Sánchez's first solo exhibition in the gallery. The exhibition is accompanied by a a text by Sofia Gotti.



Sculpture in the City, 2016
The Square Mile, London

Each year, the critically acclaimed Sculpture in the City returns to the Square Mile with contemporary works from internationally renowned artists...




Grotesque Bold Condensed, 2016
solo show, Garua, Lima

Garúa is an independent non-profit project. It has a space in Barranco with a permanent exhibition program, which will also work as a place for conversations and other encounters between artists, academics and practitioners from a variety of backgrounds. 



In a world that laughs, 2015
solo show, Domobaal, London

In a World that Laughs' Lizi Sánchez's first solo exhibition in the gallery. The exhibition is accompanied by a publication with a text 'In a hall of mirrors’ by Sarah Kelleher. 



The London Open 2015
Whitechapel Gallery, London

A panel of high profile art world figures, including writer and critic Ben Luke, artist Angela de la Cruz, collector Nicoletta Fiorucci, gallerist Jake Miller and Whitechapel Gallery curators Daniel Herrmann, Eisler Curator and Head of Curatorial Studies and Poppy Bowers, Assistant Curator selected the artists from a record number of 2,133 applicants.



  IIIII, 2014
Drawing Room Comission for Full Circle at UBM Headquarters, London.

Part of See Think Different - a collaboration between Drawing Room and UBM. Read more...

  Oh Locura de Diamante, 2014
solo show at Vertice, Lima, Peru.

In her solo presentation, Oh Locura De Diamante, Lizi Sánchez poses an interesting question; what’s the position of an art-work that visually embraces the very thing it claims to critique? Read more...

  Beyond the Pearl, 2012
solo show at Standpoint Gallery, London

Lizi Sánchez’s first solo show in London, is a response to
questions around the purpose of the artist in a ‘post post-modern’ sphere of artistic production.

Sánchez takes on her relation to these questions via a direct engagement with the work of the artist of context par excellence, Louise Lawler.






  Past Work
2007- 2011