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Carlos and Jason Sanchez was born on 1976. Discover Carlos and Jason Sanchez's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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2016

In 2016, they created the vignette Protest for the NFB satirical public service announcement series, Naked Island. In 2017, their feature film debut Allure premiered, originally under the title A Worthy Companion.

2005

Their body of work also includes installation work. "Natural Selection" (2005) a large-scale photograph of fighting wolves was exhibited on a 7 x 30 foot lightbox in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The video-based holographic piece "Between Life and Death" (2006) explores a near-death experience, based on their research of the subject matter. The holographic video takes place inside a real half-crushed city bus. "Buried Alive" (2008) is a glass box of sand and dirt with fragments of a man's body slightly visible in different places, which move to a recorded program.

2001

Carlos and Jason Sanchez were born and raised in the suburbs of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They attended Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Their studies ended in 2001 and they began collaborating directly after, and had their first solo exhibition in 2002. They have since exhibited internationally with solo exhibitions in the US, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Canada.

1996

The photographs of the Sanchez brothers straddle both the real world and a fictional one. Often familiar places or situations are made to look sinister, and seemingly ordinary situations seem dangerous or uncomfortable. The Sanchez brothers take inspiration from real life events, media sources, or experiences they lived and translate them into a false reality that they create. They also photograph real people 'playing' themselves, such as in the case of their portrait of John Mark Karr, the man who (falsely) confessed to killing JonBenét Ramsey in 1996.

1976

Carlos and Jason Sanchez (Carlos Born 1976 and Jason 1981 in Montreal ) are Canadian fine art photographers known for their large-scale dramatic images. Thematically, their work centers on the psychological reflections of their subjects, and encourages the viewer to interact with the work by filling in the details in the open-ended scenes depicted. In their earlier work the Sanchez brothers depended on their pictures appearing to be part of a larger narrative, like a film still, to create narrative tension. Their later work still incorporates narrative threads, but has developed into more of a story within a scene format.