DOLORES SANCHEZ CALVO

 
       
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born in Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Lives and works in London

e: doloresfoto(at)yahoo.co.uk

Awards, Grants
Premios Focus-Abengoa 2009, Finalist, 2009
Westminster Arts Photographic Award, 2008
Truro Health Park Comission (shortlisted), 2008
National Portrait Gallery "Photographic Portrait 2007" Finalist, 2007


Curated events
2010 Melt Art Fair 2010 , Mile End Art Pavilion, London: a show of 42 international and UK emerging artists
2009
The seduction of places, Jago Gallery, London, UK
2008
ILY
(I love you) Blog online project

Solo Exhibitions
2010 Brompton Hospital, London, UK
2009 The Anzac Center, Harefield Hospital, London
2009"I am sitting beside me", Curzon Cinema (WestminsterPhotography Award), London
2005 "Model Britain" Dorchester Art Festival, Dorchester

Selected Group Exhibitions
2012
Photofringe 2012, Brighton
Galería Metro
, The book of Invisible Bridges, Santiago de Compostela
Phoenix Gallery
, The book of Invisible Bridges, Brighton

Dangerous curves ahead, Bermondsey Project Space (selected by Rosamond Murdoch (Nunnery Dr), Bob&Roberta Smith (Artist) , Skye Sherwin (the Guardian) and Emilie Faure (White Cube)

Magma, The Rag Factory, London
2011
Risk Management, Elastic Residence, with Deej Fabyc, Daisy Delaney, Mark Quinn and Beat Streuli
Chainletter, an online project curated by Eric Wright & Cathy Ward
Parallax AF, Barlow Fine Art, La Galleria, Pall Mall, London
APT Creekside 2011,
selected by Phyllida Barlow, APT Gallery, London
Westminster Arts
City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, London
2010
Melt Art Fair, Mile End Pavilion, London
Westminster Open
, SW1 Gallery, Victoria, London:
(selected by Gregor Muir, (Director Hauser & Wirth Gallerie), Richard Wilson (sculptor) and Lisa Milroy
10 artists
, Lauderdale House, London
Sold Out,
Elastic Residence Gallery, London
The Summer Show,
The Royal Courts, London
Suspended
, House Gallery, London,
Premios Focus-Abengoa 2009, Fundacion Focus Abengoa, Hospital de los Venerables, Sevilla
2009
Open Westminster
, SW1 Gallery, London, selected by Professor Joanna Woodall (Courtauld Institute of Art), Robert Gordon (Curator Subway Gallery), Suzanne Cotter (Modern Art Oxford), Bridget Crowley (Writer Wallace Collection&Tate Britain)
Inter, Photomonth 2009, Jago Gallery, London
Bow Arts Open Studios, London
2008
Kisss, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
NPG Photographic Portrait Prize 2007, The Lowry Center, Manchester, UK
NPG Photographic Portrait Prize 2007, Sheffield Art Gallery, UK
Bow arts Open Studios, London
QuatroxQuatro, Vernice Art Fair, Forli, Italy
Forensics, Leroy Studio, London
2007
Photographic Portrait Prize 2007
, National Portrait Gallery
I-dentidades, Instituto Cervantes (Spanish Institute), London
Esquilos Lejanos, Tablas, Centro De Historia De Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain
2006
For Better And For Worse
, St-Johns Wood, London
Arcadia, London Biennale, Orleans House, Twickenham, London
Check-In, Cartblanche, Stu-Dio Ra Contemporary Art, Rome
Human Awareness, Synergie Gallerie, London
The London Architecture Art And Design Show, British Library, London
2005
Kisss
Conical Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Bienal De Fotografía, Tenerife, Spain
6 Easysteps, ICA, London
Kisss, Whitechapel Gallery, London
2004
London Biennale, “Arrows”, The Foundry, London, Uk
Lb, Precipitations, Kufa’s Galery, London, Uk
London Biennale, “Ecm2”, The Institute Of Physics, London, Uk
"Le Zèle Du Dézir", Festival Européen D’arts Vivants, , Clos Cacao, Bruxelles
2003
Dusk, Giorgio De Chirico Art Centre, Volos, Greece.
Parko Eleftherias, Athenes, Greece.
Bienal De Fotografía, Tenerife, Spain.
Dusk, Artb.Gaidro, Mayfield Community Arts Centre, Cork, Irlande.
2002
Dusk, Artb.Gaidaro, Espace Slouchhat, Bruxelles, Belgium.
La Science De L’art, Centre Culturel Jacques Franck, Bruxelles

Collections
Brompton Hospital
Vernice Art Fair
Elastic Residence

Blendon Communication
Private Collections across Europe


Press, reviews
2011Risk Management Review by Luminita Apostu

2011Risk Management What's on
2010 Taxi Art Magazine, Melt 2010
2010 Agencia Efe
2010
El Ibérico
2009 Angel Magazine
La Voz de Galicia: Dolores Sanchez presente en el festival de fotografía en Londres
2009 La Voz de Galicia, la artista gallega Dolores Sanchez, reune en una muestra los estereotipo britanicos
2009, proscrita vejez, edad invisible, Fernando Franco, Faro de Vigo, 14 June 2009
2009, La artista gallega Dolores Sanchez, La Voz De Galicia, 16 april 2009 (http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/cultura/2009/04/16/0003_7655270.htm)
2008 Una fotógrafa gallega expone en Londres su visión del paso del tiempo, Voz de Galicia, March 2009
Forensic By Althea Greenan, a-n magazine
2006 “Pintores Españoles. Triunfar Desde Londres”, La Clave, Spain
2006 “El Arte De Vanguardia Engalana Un Rebaño”, El Heraldo De Aragon
2004 Mosquito, Belgium
2004 Difonos, Greece


TV, Radio
2012 "The Art Lounge" MonFM, interviewed by Eli Acheson
2012 Currently Off Air: invisible Bridges, interview by Paul Dutnall
2011 Xosé en Londres for V-Televisión - Voz de Galicia. Click here to see interview. (starts 6 minutes into the program)
2006
Interviewed by Galician TV, Dorchester, UK
2005 Guest Of Radio Resonance, Kisss Project, London, UK


Catalogues
Premios Focus-Abengoa 2009, Fundacion Focus Abengoa, Sevilla, Spain
QuatroxQuatro, Forli, Italy, 2008
Photographic Portrait Prize 2007, National Portrait Gallery, 2007
Esquilos Lejanos, Tablas, Centro De Historia De Zaragoza, Spain, 2007
Human Awareness, Synergie Gallerie, London UK, 2006
Bienal De Fotografía, Tenerife, Spain, 2006
Bienal De Fotografía, Tenerife, Spain, 2004
Le Zele du dezir, Festival des Arts Vivants, Bruxelles 2004
La science de l'art, Centre Culturel Jacques Franck, Bruxelles 2002

Fotografos Convidados, Primavera Fotografica

Books
The Book of Invisible Bridges, (includes DVD) a collection of poems by Xelis de Toro, illustrated by 14 visual artists.