Linet Sánchez’s (b. 1989, Santa Clara, Cuba) multi-disciplinary practice spans photography, sculpture, and video formats. Her work focuses on memories and mental imagery related to architectural spaces, through reconstructions in cardboard or wood models. These non-inhabited environments speak to the relationships between memory, oblivion, and constructions of the mind.
Sánchez is a graduate of the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) in Havana (2013), where she studied Visual Arts, and a graduate of the Professional Academy of Fine Arts Leopoldo Romañach (2008), Santa Clara, Cuba, with a major in Painting. Her work has been exhibited across the Americas, Europe, and the Caribbean, including at CC Mechelen, Belgium (2022) and the Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida (2018). Sánchez has been awarded numerous prizes, including the Second Prize for Contemporary Photography of Latino America, Monterrey, Mexico (2018).
Sánchez lives and works in Havana.