My name is Luciano Sanchez, I was born in the late 70s in Granada, Spain, and I have a
degree from the University of Fine Arts in Granada, my work is influenced by an artistic
movement that emerged in the late 1970s in California known as Lowbrow Art o
Popsurrealism, this allows me to have a field of creation where the main protagonists are
elements of popular culture, underground comics, kustom kulture or pop culture among
others always mixed with a dose of pessimism and post-apocalyptic connotations, all of
them make up my In addition, the work is loaded with references to the 70s, 80s or 90s as a
yearning for a better past.The concept of the urban has been a fundamental element in the
last years of my production, the graffiti, the noise of the streets and dirt have crept into my
In recent years my work has turned towards a movement called Urban Surrealism where my
works were exhibited at the show about Aesop's fables at Brassworks Gallery Portland, USA
2021, by the hand of great international artists. Now my work takes place in urban spaces
where the stories are part of the cities, overcrowded, dirty, and full of walls with graffiti.
Atomic Freak Circus, 51x60 Acrylic on linen, 2021.
Super Hero Series BBQ, 51x60, Acrylic on linen.
Super Hero Series Hero day, 51x60, Acrylic on linen.
Saints & Sinners,60x51,Acrylic on linen.
Dark Seas, 60x51, Acrylic on linen.
Freak Circus V, 100x81, Acrylic on linen.
Chingo CC, 50x61, Acrylic on Linen, 2020.
Serie Duelo a Garrotazos Mc Donald VS B Boy, 50x61, Acrylic on linen.
Super Hero Series Lostcity, 50x6, Acrylic on Linen, 2021.
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