What is the point of three photographers traveling together to Argentina without a specific photographic purpose? Ground movements has the initial claim of being a project based solely on the …
Quits his technical engineering studies to devote himself to photography. In 2003 he graduated in photography from the Image and Multimedia Technology Centre at University Politechnical of Catalonia.
During all these years he never has stopped working on personal photographic projects. Some of the most remarkable: Espacios Comunes [Common Spaces](2005), Espectadores [Spectators] (2006), Nada [Nothing] (2007), Cult (2008), Dubailand (2008), Todo [All] (2009), Small Dreams (2009), We are here (2009), Movimientos de Suelo [Floor Movements] (2010), La Cámara Grande [The Big Camera] (2011) and Almost There (2013).
In September 2013 the book “Almost There”, his latest work and first book, co- published by MACK and Ca l’Isidret Editions has been published. The book has been featured in the MoMA PS1 in the context of the NY Artbook Fair, and in the Paris Photo 2013.
In December 2013 he exposes the project “Almost There” in the collective exhibition “Regard sur la nouvelle scène photogra – phique espagnole” with Antonio Xoubanova, Ricardo Monzon and Oscar Casas, in the Le Bal Hall from Paris.
From December 2013 he has exposed his work in halls, galleries and fairs in Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, París, Londres, Bruselas, Basilea, Amsterdam, Miami, Chicago, Austin, Washington, Caracas, México y Santo Domingo of which he highlights fifteen solo exhibitions and over forty collective ones.