Always interested in music, horror, fantasy and art, José Luis Sánchez Rull studied in the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. After recieving his title as Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA), he returned to Mexico with a mind set in creating a body of work in his home-workshop in Tláhuac. Deep in solitude, he developed his craze for taking art to a moment farther from seeing and hushing and understanding image as a three-part existence: creating, seeing and talking. His teaching experience began in 1999 with the painting, history of art, sketching and prouction classes in the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado (National school of painting, sculpture and engraving) "La Esmeralda". He has been a tutor in painting for the Young Creators Program in the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (National Fund for culture and arts). Furthermore, since 2011, he is a member in the National Creators System (CONACULTA – FONCA). José Luis lives and labors in Mexico City.
Among his latests individual expositions are: ¡¡¡CEMENTERIO RADIACTIVO!!! LOS HUMANOS MATAN – LA CARNE HABLA (Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, 2014), La Fortaleza de la Soledad (Anonymous Galery, Mexico City, 2012) and Proverbios del Infierno, William Blake (Graphic Arts Institute, Oaxaca, 2011). From 2014 to 2015, he worked with Daniel Guzmán, Esteban Alderete, Bayrol Jiménez and Cristian Franco on La llamada del dios extraño (Diéresis Galery, Guadalajara). He also worked in Pulso Alterado (MUAC, Mexico City, 2013).