Ingrid Sanchez is a recent MFA graduate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She received a BFA in Printmaking from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Ingrid's works predominantly with installations that integrates a variety of recycling materials with different print processes such as lithography, woodcut and screen-printing. Her work pulls its vocabulary from a multitude of sources that interweaves different immigrant cultures within the U.S, multiple lives, and ways of being.
Recent group exhibitions include Here We Are Who Cares? Traveling MFA Group Show at NK Gallery (South Boston, MA 2011) and at Fort Point Community Gallery (South Boston, Summer 2011), Exchange, Prints from Frans Masereel, (Boston MA, Bloomfield Hills MI, Edinburgh Scotland, Antwerp Belgium, 2011) For Your Consideration at MEME Gallery (Cambridge, MA, 2010), Boston Young Contemporaries, (Boston, MA, 2010), "Discordances / Dis -Representations" curated by Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons at GASP Gallery (Brookline, MA, 2009) and La Corte Contemporanea, SACI; Buttarsi allo Sbaraglio/ Jumping into the Deep End (Florence, Italy, 2008). Ingrid has also received Elizabeth A. Sackler Museum Grant to pursue a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate at the Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy and recently the Montague International Travel Grant to attend a printmaking residency at the Frans Masereel Centre (Kasterlee, Belgium, 2011).