2005-2007   MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, London, UK  
1994-1999   BA in Fine Art, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima, Peru  
2017   Maria, Rosa, Mick & John, Domobaal, London, UK >
2017   Park, Galeria Lucia de la Puente, Lima, Peru >
2016   Grotesque Bold Condensed, Garua, Lima, Peru
2015   In a World that Laughs, Domobaal, London, UK >
2014   Oh Locura de Diamante, Galeria Vertice, Lima, Peru  
2012   Beyond the Pearl, with works by Louise Lawler, Standpoint Gallery, London, UK

2010   Journeyman's Heirs, Duckett and Jeffreys, Malton, UK  
2010   Mirror Pelt, Weissfaktor Gallery, Berlin, Germany  
2008   The Luxury of the Private, Art Gene, Cumbria, UK  
2017   Selected Works, Galeria Lucia de la Puente, Lima, Peru  
    Legado y divergencia: 78 años de Artes de la PUCP, curated by Max Hernandez, ICPNA , Lima, Peru  
2016   Sculpture in the City 2016, Public Sculpture Programme in the City of London, London, UK >
    John Moores Painting Prize 2016, Walker Art Gallery, part of Liverpool Biennial 2016, Liverpool, UK >
2015   London Open 2015,Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK >
    Drawing Room Biennial, London, UK >
2014   VV Open 2014, VulpesVulpes Gallery, London, UK  
    Full Circle, offsite project, Drawing Room, London UK  
    In-habitat, curated by Andy Jackson, Liion&Lamb, London, UK  
2013   Creekside Open, selected by Paul Noble, A.P.T Gallery, London, UK  



Material Matters, curated by Drawing Room in collaboration with UBM plc, London, UK

    Through the Looking Glass, The Agency Gallery, London, UK >
2011   The Knight Turns its Head and Laughs, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London, UK >
    Utopia Ltd, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland  
    Creekside Open, selected by Phyllida Barlow, A.P.T Gallery, London, UK  
    Proteo, Nettie Horn, London, UK >
    Utopia Ltd, Wexford Art Centre, Wexford, Ireland  
2010   Art Brussels, Domo Baal, Brussels, Belgium  
    Sophisticated Boom Boom (In B&W), Domo Baal, London, UK >
    Studio Voltaire Members Show, Selected by Jennifer Higgie and Rebecca Warren, London, UK  
2009   Pure Peru, a selection of Peruvian Artists working in the UK, Peruvian Embassy, London, UK  
2008   Once Removed, Unit 2 Gallery, London, UK  
2007   IX Convocatoria, Luis Adelantado Gallery, Valencia, Spain  
2006   New Worlds, Hengrove Art Gallery, Bristol, UK  
2005   Spike Open, Spike Island, Bristol, UK  
    Curating Zero Degree Archive, Spike Island, Bristol, UK  
2014   Arts Council England, Artist's Development Fund, for Oh Locura de Diamante  
2012   Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, for Beyond the Pearl  
2006   Red Mansion Art Prize, Winner, Beijing Residency  
2017   Sugar Coated, an interview with Lizi Sanchez. interview by Rajesh Punj, Art & Deal, August  
2017   Park, text by Sofia Gotti to acompany exhibition Park >
2015   Saturation Point, interview by Mary Yacoob >

In a hall of mirrors, essay by Sarah Kelleher to acompany exhibition In a World that Laughs

2014   Oh Locura de Diamante, essays by Rodrigo Quijano and Jeanine Woollard to acompany exhibition Oh Locura de Diamante >
2014   Diseño y Color, review by Elida Roman, El Comercio Peru, Luces Cultura, Viernes 31 de Enero 2014 >
2012   Shared Gifts, essay by Rebecca Geldard to accompany exhibition Beyond the Pearl >
  David Altmejd and Lizi Sanchez in London by Jeanine Woolard, NY Arts Magazine, published Vol 19 September >
  A Gift of an Art Show by Eliza Williams, So Different So Appealing, published 12 July >
2011   Moves, Throws and Plays, catalogue essay by Ed Krcma to accompany exhibition The Knight Turns its Head and Laughs >
2010   Journey Man's Heirs essay by Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz to accompany exhibition Journey Man's Heirs  
  Top 10 London Shows in May and June by Rebecca Geldard, Saatchi Online, published 10 June  
  Once Removed: New Work about Location, catalogue essay by Richard Hylton to accompany Once Removed  
2006   The issue of Locality or Becoming a Local, by Lizi Sanchez in Eddie Chambers (ed.) Avon Calling, Spike Island, Bristol  
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