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Carlos and Jason Sanchez 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 to into more of a story within a scene format.
Their work is housed in over a dozen museums including Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the National Gallery of Canada, Musee de la Photographie de Charleroi.
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