Henry G. Sanchez is a project-based, social practice artist and curator whose subject matter concentrates on history, the environment and social justice. He has exhibited his work at various venues in New York City, Turkey, Spain and throughout the U.S. In 2012 Mr. Sanchez founded the ENGLISH KILLS PROJECT, a bio-art and social practice project seeking a transformation of a polluted creek in Brooklyn. It proposes community-based initiatives to introduce bio-remediation in Newtown Creek, a Superfund site. In 2015 he established the Law Office Center for Citizenship and Art (L.O.C.C.A.). Mr. Sanchez is a graduate of the M.F.A. Art Practice in Interdisciplinary Arts, SVA (2014) and M.A. International Relations/Political Science, Rutgers University (2000). He recently relocated to Houston this fall, while maintaining an art practice in New York.