Eusebio Sanchez is a Spanish artist based in Brighton, UK (b.1979). Inspired by the history of ceramics and modern art Sanchez produces refreshing, energetic, and animated ceramic sculptures. Sanchez graduated from the Brighton School of Art (2015) and the Royal College of Art (2017). Sanchez also has a degree in History of Art from the University of Malaga, Spain (2004).
Since Sanchez finished his master’s degree in 2017, he won the FRESH award 2017 at the British Ceramic Biennial and undertook an art Residency at the International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark (2018). In 2019 Sanchez was selected as one of the emerging talents for the Hothouse program by the Crafts Council and was one of the Emerging Makers finalists at the ICF in Aberystwyth. As the winner of FRESH, Sanchez was invited by the BCB to develop a new body of work that was launched at the 2019 Biennial. Sanchez has also shown his work at the artgenève 2020 art fair with Taste Contemporary Gallery.
Solo shows include ‘Material Journey’ at the Apple House Gallery in Denmark (2018). Selected group shows include ‘Ride Your Pony No.03’ at the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery (2019), ‘FRESH winner’ at the British Ceramic Biennial (2019), “Emerging Makers’ at ICF Aberystwyth (2019), ‘Incognito’ at ROSL Royal Over-Seas League (2019), ‘Ceramics’ at Doddington Hall (2018), FRESH at British Ceramic Biennial (2017), RCA show (2017), Exhibition at Sarah Griffin’s private collection as part of London Craft Week (2017), The Emerging & The Established at Christie’s (2017), ‘Collections’ curated by Preston Fitzgerald (2017).
Eusebio has worked for the University of Brighton as a ceramic technical demonstrator since 2017, and has recently been a visiting lecturer at the Cardiff School of Art and Design. Sanchez’s work has been featured in the UK’s most relevant craft magazines, such as CRAFTS and Ceramic Review.