Justo J. Sanchez

A Harvard University graduate, Mr. Sanchez studied law and economics and worked in the banking industry. Studying art history having seriously plunged into the discipline. As an art activist, Mr. Sanchez was involved in issues of censorship and museum ethical practices. His work at the Cuban Museum led to a New York Times piece. It opened journalism (op-ed) doors in El Nuevo Herald and regular broadcasting appearances.

For almost a decade Mr. Sanchez taught art history and art theory (aesthetic theory) at Miami-Dade College and UF students at New World School of the Arts. Moving to New York, he was appointed Fine Arts Editor at El Diario/La Prensa,¬†the oldest Spanish-language newspaper in the country. Concurrently with his journalism work, he studied at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.

His return to Miami was marked by a teaching post in the arts at Saint Thomas University, lecturing in important galleries, writing catalogues and consulting for visual arts collectors.

Mr. Sanchez taught art history at AWI in Assisi and throughout Umbria, Italy.


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  • In regards to Thi-Nga Goldman, she’s indeed Prince Ung Thi’s youngest daughter. I grew up with knowing her well, my mom was her cousin , huge age gap between them. I am surprised Thi-Nga Goldman didn’t share any of her father/family photos to prove. She shouldn’t have claimed as HRH, but she’s related. If you ever go to Hue Imperial City, do visit Lac Tinh Vien garden, you will find her family photos, her dad and history. Poet Hong Khang, 13th nephew of King Minh Mang, was her grandfather. If you ever seen her father photo , you will see the huge resemblance of King Bao-Dai. Thi-Nga Goldman’s father was a very prominent & extremely wealthy person in Vietnam. After the fall of Saigon 1975, Prince Ung-Thi had to sign over all of his properties, businesses, homes etc.. to the state in order for the communist allowed him to leave the country or else he would have been arrested.

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