Gabriel Sanchez

Gabriel Sanchez

Gabriel H. Sanchez is a Photo Editor at the New York Times and the former Photo Essay Editor at BuzzFeed.
During his six year tenure at BuzzFeed, Gabriel published over 2,000 lens-based stories which use photography to explore aspects of culture, art, history, and current events. His thoroughly researched and curated photo essays often expose underrepresented cultural threads that weave history together, ranging from topics such as the 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Fair (4.7 million views) and Burning Man (2.2 million views), to first-time mothers (1.3 million views), and the most iconic pictures in American history (1.5 million views).
Gabriel is the co-author of In the Limelight: The Visual Ecstasy of NYC Nightlife in the 90s, published by Prestel & Penguin Randomhouse, which explores the history of New York City nightlife during the 1990s through a collection of rare and never-before-seen pictures taken from inside the city’s most notorious mega-clubs. In his spare time, Gabriel is a contributing art writer to Artforum International Magazine and the Aperture Foundation.

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