Christopher Saucedo grew up in pre-hip Brooklyn then taught sculpture at the University of New Orleans for 20-years, retiring as Chair of the Art Department in 2012. Presently Saucedo lives in two cities, having returned to New York and joining the faculty at Adelphi University where he continues to teach sculpture. He divides his time between Rockaway and New Orleans. 

His artwork has been extensively exhibited nationally and abroad over the past 25-years with a current exhibition at the National September 11th Museum in NYC. He also completed three works of public sculpture in New Orleans. “Flood Marker”, a Katrina memorial at the Milne Boys Home, “Equal Slices” on the campus of the UNO and ‘Boettner Park, You Are Here” in the uptown. A monumental sculpture, “You Must be This Tall”, under construction for the St Claude Art District is also in New Orleans. 
Saucedo is the recipient of numerous awards including grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Joan Mitchell Foundation and the New York Foundation for the Arts. His artwork has been reviewed and featured on NPR, Art News, Bomb, Art Papers, Sculpture, The New York Times and World Sculpture News.

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