Aldo Sánchez (Mexico City, 1979) studied Human Science at Universidad Iberoamericana, and a Master in Curatorial Practices at California College of the Arts of San Francisco. He has curated projects of different artists like Yara Almoina, Santiago Sierra, Teresa Margolles, Enrique Jezik, Josechu Dávila, Yoshua Okón, Miguel Calderon, Julieta Aranda, among others. He participated as a curator in Downtime, exhibition at New Langton Arts, San Francisco.
In 2005, Sánchez and the photographer Dulce Pinzón, created DJ´s Fresa salvaje: a public space in New York that offers music nights in order to rescue latin american and Spanish music from the sixties. DJ´s Fresa salvaje has presented solo Shows at Lehman Maupin, Instituto Cervantes, BRIC Arts Media House, Nueva York and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Sánchez was Program Coordinator at The Mexican Cultural Institute in New York (2006-2011); Director at Y Gallery, Nueva York (2012-2013). Currently he coordinates the program of History of Mexican Art in San Carlos Academy, UNAM, Mexico City.