Following the murder of George Floyd by police officers, demonstrations across the U.S. and beyond ignite against racism and police brutality, at times met with less than magnanimous authority.
Since the day it was founded as an initiative, SANATORIUM has carried out many exhibitions both at the national and international level. Evolving into a gallery later on, it has had the opportunity to participate in many national and international fairs, as well as hosting many curatorial group exhibitions which also involved artists the gallery itself represents. SANATORIUM does not pursue a specific theoretical framework when choosing the artists with which it collaborates. Rather than seeking consistency among the artists it represents, it attaches importance to the consistency of the practice of each artist. Nonetheless, it can be said that the artists SANATORIUM represents generally base their art practices upon critical thinking and experimentation. One of the main missions of the gallery is to serve as a platform that offers a space for intellectual approaches even if they might sometimes contradict each other.