Workshop on Installation and Exhibition production. El Observatorio, Barcelona-October-December 2016.

Curating Photography, with Kristin Diettrich, Lea Vene and Sandra Vitaljić. Organ Vida Festival. September 16, 2016.

“What’s this Book”. Exhibition hosted at the Organ Vida International Photography Festival. Seprember 13-21, 2016

Short exhibition essay for Piero Martinello’s Radicalia exhibition, Rencontres d’Arles 2016

Rencontres d’Arles Portfolio Reviewer, July 2016

Voies Off-Photographie Arles: Portfolio Reviewer, July 2016

Artisic director of DocField 2016 Documentary Festival of Barcelona (Europe: Lost in Translation), September 2015-July 2016

Lecturing on Photography and Creative Writing at the Elisava Master of Photography and Design, April-June 2016

Guest lecturer for HAS MFA Berlin Program. Berlin, April 18, 2015

“What’s this Book?: Photobooks and Multiples”: Exhibition hosted in the Belgrade Photography Month 2016. Kulturforum, Belgrade, April 2016


Guest editor of the first edition of Read or Die Publishing Fair, Barcelona, November 2015

Invited to the round table “La page imprimée: la photographie vue par les éditeurs”, with Pierre Bessard (Éditions Bessard), Rémi Faucheux (RVB Books), Marcel Feil (Foam Magazine), Clément Kauter (Plac’art Photo), Benoît Jeannet. Organized by Polycopies & Photo Saint-Germain

Short accompanying essay on a variant of Regine Petersen’s “Find a Fallen Star”. The Photocaptionist, october 2015

Voies Off-Photographie Arles: Portfolio Reviews, July 2015

Jury for Docfield Dummy Award Fundació Banc Sabadell, Barcelona 2015

Editor of OjodePez Magazine issue 41: Self Calling, June 2015

Stand with a curatorial proposal on international independent photobooks. Arts Libris Barcelona, April 23-27, 2015

Guest lecturer for HAS MFA Berlin Program. Berlin, April 18, 2015

Essay accompanying Regine Petersen¡s “Find a Fallen Star”, Kehrer, March 2015

Round table with photographer-artist Miguel Ángel Tornero and curator Anna Dot at the Fundación Foto Colectania, Barcelona. January 28, 2015

Short essay for the Fotoramblas chapter of the exhibition Quadrilàter, Fundación Setba, Barcelona


Curatorial conception and work for “Self”, An Exhibition on the “other” self-portrait.

Photographs and photobooks by Seba Kurtis, Eufália C Paz, Moira Ricci, María Sánchez, Román Yñán, Isabelle Wenzel. Opening: December 4 / Guided tours on Fridays

At the stand of RM in Paris Photo 2014

Portfolio reviews at Full Contact. Scan Photo Festival 2015, Tarragona, October 24-25, 2015

“Storylines”. Tagomago gallery, Barcelona. September 9-20, 2014. Co-curating the exhibition with Pedro Arroyo


With a KOWASA photobook stand at Offprint Paris. November 13-20

Elaborating selection of images and essay for the exhibition Lina V Persson, As rhythm was easy. Impossible Project Barcelona. Opening, November 7

At the Photobook Festival, Kassel. October 25-27

Nóstos by José Manuel Navia (Ediciones Anómalas). Book launching at KOWASA. October, 22, 7:30 pm

Opening at KOWASA gallery: Chiaroscuro. A group exhibition based on the gallery collection, with my text and sequence. October 1, at 7:30 pm

Opening at KOWASA gallery: Art Nou exhibition (Art projects course-GrisArt-with Pedro Arroyo). September, 5, 7:30 pm

With a KOWASA photobook stand at Les Rencontres d’Arles, july 1-7

Discussion panel on Jan Reutt at Ars Santa Mònica as part of the exhibition “Jan Reutt: Just Being There. Somewhere in Teksas Land”. With Anna Pelka, Joachim Schmid and Antonio Ortega.

Campaing for Après Ski. May

Stand at Revela-t Festival. With KOWASA. May 25-26

Photobook stand at Arts Libris. Ars Santa Mónica. April 19-23

Visit to the Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona with Carleton College (John Schott). April 11

Talk on Photography and Film for Carleton College (John Schott). IES, April 9

Rephotography demo for Carleton College with Ricard Martínez and Isidre Santacreu. Plaza Palau. April 7

Commencing the educational activities with the students of Carleton College (prof. John Schott). Talk on Rephotography with Ricard Martínez. IES, April 5