He has worked extensively on the relationships between cinema and contemporary art, the constructions of recent author cinema, and the exchanges between artistic and political avant-garde through a number of cycles and programmes. He has curated cycles and retrospectives such as “Archipelago Val d’el Omar “, “Luis Ospina: triple agent” or “Adam Curtis. A Natural History of Power”. He holds a BA in Art History from the University of Granada (Spain) and a MA in History and Critical Theory of Art from the University of Essex (United Kingdom). He currently is Head of Cultural Activities at the Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid).
Last update, 17th December 2020