Barcelona, Spain, 1945
Dominica's paintings are feminine works that dialogue with the viewer as an invitation to look and ask questions.
From the intense red tones to the black and white, they hang from the walls in acrylic works on canvas, showing the best works in two dimensions of this artist known especially for her sculptures that play with the curve, the void and the space, and taking as starting point the attraction of the artist for the light, the color and the ephemeral qualities of the air.
The drawings are personal observations of a natural world, marked by a dialogue between the fragile and ephemeral and the volume musculature. The game that makes slight curves, drawn with pencil, and the dense and opaque geometries that mark his drawings creates a balanced space.
2017 Dominica Sánchez. Shadow profiles, drawings and sculptures. Curator: Josep Casamartina i Parassols. Ajuntament de Calella.
2015 Marita Segovia Gallery, Madrid.
2014 Artur Ramon Contemporary, Barcelona.
2013 Balaguer Gallery, Barcelona Mirades essencials, drawings and sculpture
2010 Michael Dunev Art Projects, Torroella de Montgrí, Girona, drawings and sculpture
2009 Drawings and sculptures. Inauguration of the M.A.C. Cerdanyola, Barcelona Poster “XXII Cerdanyola Blues” and 30 monotypes edited by the Cerdanyola Art Museum on the occasion of the XXII Cerdanyola International Blues Festival. Prints made to the Invisible Ink workshop. Barcelona, Invisible Ink Workshop, Monotypes
2007 Artur Ramon Contemporáneo, Barcelona.
2006 The shape of les hores, Fidel Balaguer Gallery, Barcelona.
2002 Sant Pol de Mar Museum, Barcelona. Gallery "9", Casablanca.
1999 Astarte Gallery, Madrid.
1996 Maeght Gallery, Barcelona.
1994 The Gare Gallery, Bonnieux in Luberon. Jacques Ghul Gallery, Montreux.
1993 Scott Alan Gallery, New York. Melten Gallery, Casablanca.
1992 Adriana Schmidt Gallery, Stuttgart. Geiger Gallery, Kornwestheim.
1991 Adriana Schmidt Gallery, Cologne. Denise Levy Gallery, Espace Fürstenberg, Paris.
Numerous collective exhibitions and fairs from 1983 to the present represented by limitations galleries such as Artur Ramon, A34, Marita Segovia, Denise Levi or Dominique Haim Chanin New York.
1994 Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York.