* 1987, Mérida, Mexico.
Under the figure of the macho sentimental, Bárbara Sánchez-Kane resists the traditional notions of mexicanidad and its relationship with the feminine and masculine. Whether through fashion, performance, painting, or installation, all of her works present the anxieties and fears of daily life to question pleasure and domination within a hegemonic masculine society.
Notable solo exhibitions and performances include Sánchezkaneismo, kurimanzutto, Mexico City (2022); Prêt-à-Patria, as part of Siembra, kurimanzutto, Mexico City (2021); Latino Couture, Museo Experimental El ECO, Mexico City (2020); Macho Sentimental vol. II, Palais de Tokyo (2019); Las Puertas al Sentimentalismo, Licenciado Gallery, Mexico City (2019); Macho Sentimental vol. I, Grand Tour Studio, Milan (2018); and Vast Graveyard of the Missing, Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA Los Angeles), CA (2017).
Among her most recent group exhibitions are Do we dream under the same sky, Okayama Art Summit, Japan (2022); Calor Universal, Pace Gallery, East Hampton, New York (2022); Para Morelio, PEANA, Mexico City (2021); De por Vida, Company Gallery, New York (2021); en llamas, LLANO, Mexico City (2021); OTRXS MUNDXS, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City (2020); SEÑORA!, Meyer Kainer Galerie, Austria (2020); and Prince·sse·s des villes, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2019).
Sánchez-Kane lives and works in Mexico City.