Natasha Christia is an unaffiliated curator, writer and educator based in Barcelona. She is also a collection consultant and a dealer specialised in fine art photography and photobooks. She holds a BA in Archaeology and History of Art from the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, an MA in Modern Art and Film from the University of Essex, and a Postgraduate Diploma on Publishing from the University of Barcelona.
Her research focuses on the exploration and reinvention of dominant narratives through a novel reading of archival collections, the intersection of photography, film and the photobook, and the dialogue between 20th century avant-garde photography and contemporary forms of expression often labelled as post-photography. Her penchant for “excavating” the past owes much to her diverse multidisciplinary academic background in Art History, Film Studies and Publishing.
From 2005 until 2014 she was the art director of Kowasa gallery in Barcelona, where she curated more than seventy exhibitions and designed projects that dealt with fine art photography and the independent photobook market. As a member of the research group Arqueologia del Punt de Vista 2009-2012, she designed theoretical and audiovisual projects that involve the study and recovery of testimony, documents and technologies of the past.
Since 2008, she has been teaching in photography schools in Spain and abroad. She regularly contributes essays on photography criticism for international publications such as 1000 Words, and commissions for artists and exhibitions. She was the guest editor of OjodePez magazine 41: Self Calling and guest-editor at the Read or die Publishing Fair in Barcelona (November 2015), exploring the topic “The Book: on Endless Possibilities”.
Natasha Christia was the artistic director of the fourth edition of DocField Documentary Photography Festival, which was celebrated between May-July 2016. The Festival was launched under the theme “Europe: Lost in Translation” and included a series of 15 exhibitions. She has recently curated “Uncensored Books”, a photobook-based curatorial project (Belgrade Photomonth/April 2017, Minimum Studio/Palermo-June 2017), A”MORE: An Unfinished Trilogy by Valentina Abenavoli” (Void / Athens Photo Festival, June 2017), “My Own Unknown” by Dragana Jurisic (Centre Culturel Irlandais, November 2017), “Reversiones” (E.Folio.001 Festival, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, November 2017), “Travelogue Sammlung by Lukas Birk (Belgrade Photomonth, April 2018), “The Family of No Man” (co-curated with Brad Feuerhelm). Arles Cosmos 2018, and and “You Are What You Eat”, a group exhibition on food, identity politics and ideology for Krakow Photomonth 2019.
*born in Athens, Greece. Lives and works in Barcelona.
February 2015 up to the present: Freelance curator, writer and educator.
September 2015-July 2016: DocField Festival Fotografía Documental Barcelona 2016: Guest artistic director “Europe Lost in Translation”
May 2015-September 2016: Tagomago Collectors Project. Brand identity and project development.
February 2015 to the present: As freelance curator, educator and writer
June 2014-February 2015: Editorial RM. International editions coordinator
2005-2014: KOWASA gallery. Art director
2011-2014: KOWASA photography books. Development and project coordination
2009-2015: Arqueologia del Punt de Vista. Research
2007: Bac Festival 07. LaSanta-Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB). General production coordinator, catalogue editor and assistant curator
2005: Ganga-à-porter Festival.Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB). Film section programmer
2005: Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival Images of the 21th century. International Doc Market assistant
2004: Docúpolis Festival Internacional de Cine Documental de Barcelona. General production coordinator and programmer
2002-2003: H Magazine, Barcelona. Editorial assistant
2000: Museum Benaki, Athens. Byzantine and Islamic Department. Three-month internship
1998: Academy of Athens. Byzantine department. One-month internship
1997-1999: Museum of the Faculty of Arts, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Medieval pottery collection
1999: Naxos-Sangri excavation, Classical antiquities. Epidaurus excavation, Classical Antiquities
1996: Kardamena excavation, Medieval Antiquities
2002-2003 Postgraduate course on Publishing (Postgrado en Técnicas Editoriales), Programa de formació d´Editors, Universitat de Barcelona. Spanish Ministry of External Affairs Scholarship
2001-2002 MA in Art and Film Studies. Art History and Theory Department, University of Essex, UK (with distinction). Foundation Voudouris Scholarship
1994-1999 BA in Archaeology and Art. National and Kapodestrian History University of Athens (Honours).
Exhibitions (as curator)
2019 Jean Letelier: Le rien. Mecànic. Revela-t Festival. Barcelona, June 6-August 3, 2019
2019 Roger Grasas: HaAretz. PhotoEspaña 2019. Alcobendas Art Centre. May 27-June 24, 2019.
2019 You Are What You Eat (With works by Simon Brugner, Sinem Disli, Klaus Pichler, Andy Sewell and Ksenia Yurkova). Group exhibition curated for Krakow Photomonth 2019. Bunkier Sztuki gallery, Krakow. April 26-June 24, 2019.
2018 Lukas Birk: Travelogue Sammlung Istanbul. Noks Independent Art Space. Istanbul, October 13, 2018 (upcoming)
2018 Lukas Birk: Sammlung-bis jetzt. Galerie Hollenstein, Lustenau (Austria), September 21-October 28, 2018
2018 The Family of No Man: Revisioning the World through Non-Male Eyes. Exhibition co-curated with Brad Feuerhelm. Cosmos Arles Books. Rencontres d’Arles, July 1-8, 2018
2018 Anita Licis-Ribak. Neatgriešanās. Latvian Museum of Photography. Riga. June 14-July 23, 2018
2018 Travelogue Sammlung by Lukas Birk. Transformart Gallery-Belgrade Photomonth, April 2018
2018 Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz HaMuvtahat. Fine Art Igualada Festival, Spain, February-March 2018
2018 Dragana Jurisic: My Own Unknown. Gallery of Photography Ireland. Dublin, February 1-March 18, 2018
2017-2018 Reversiones (Reversioned Books by Lewis Bush, Vincent Delbrouck, Brad Feuerhelm, Melinda Gibson). E.Folio.001 Festival – Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City. November 2017 – April 2018
2017 Dragana Jurišić: My Own Unknown. Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. November 2017
2017 AMORE: An Unfinshed Visual Trilogy by Valentina Abenavoli. Void (Athens Photo Festival). June-July 2017
2017 Uncensored Books. Medphoto Festival – Rethymon, Crete. September 2017
2017 Uncensored Books Minimum Studio. June 15- July 6, 2017
2017 Uncensored Books On-site Greenhouse installation with Minimum during Una marina di livri Festival – Palermo. June 2017
2017 Santos Montes: Las olas no preguntan Festival Revela-t – Vilassar de Dalt. May 18-28, 2017
2017 Uncensored Books Ozone Gallery – Belgrade Photomonth. April 2017
2017 Tommaso Tanini: H. said he loved us Italian Institute – Belgrade Photomonth. April 2017
2016 What’s this Book? Greta Gallery – Organ Vida Festival. September 2016
2016 What’s this Book? Kulturforum – Belgrade Photomonth. April 2016
2016 The European Man: Piero Martinello, Dana Popa, Michal Iwanowski, France Keyser (Palau Robert, Barcelona); within DOcField16 Europe Lost in Translation
2016 Considerations of a Non-political Man: Carlos Spottorno, Daniel Mayrit, Josep Maria de Llobet, Simone Donati, Borut Kranjnc (Nau La Bostik, Barcelona); within DOcField16 Europe Lost in Translation
2016 Myths of the Near Future: Nico Baumgarten, Carlos Alba, Julian Barón, Arnau Bach (Arts Santa Mònica); within DOcField16 Europe Lost in Translation
2016 Visages volées: Immigration Files: Seba Kurtis (French Institute, Barcelona); within DOcField16 Europe Lost in Translation
2016 YU: The Lost Country: Dragana Jurisic (Biblioteca Agustí Centelles, Barcelona), within DocField Festival “Europe Lost in Translation” 2016
2014 SELF: An exhibition on the “Other” Self-portrait Photographs and photobooks by Seba Kurtis / Eufália C Paz / Moira Ricci / María Sánchez / Lilla Szász / Román Yñán / Isabelle Wenzell (H20 Gallery. Barcelona)
2014 Appropriations of Barcelona: Archives and collections by Jordi Barón Santiago Garcés and Santos Montes (DocField 2014); Rephotographing Barcelona with Mark Klett (project commissioned by the Barcelona Photographic Archive, 2012, co-curator with Ricard Martínez); Mark Klett: Time Studies (Tagomago gallery, 2012).
Festivals (as curator)
2016 Europe Lost in Translation. DocField Barcelona Documentary Photography Festival
2019 Gülistan. Co-editor with Lukas Birk. Fraglich Publishing 2019.
2019 Fernweh. Co-editor with Lukas Birk. Fraglich Publishing 2019.
2015 The Book: On Endless Possibilities. Read or Die Publishing Fair, The Folio Club 2016. As author and guest editor.
2015 Self Calling. Ojodepez Magazine Issue 42, June 2015. As guest editor.
2012 Refotografiar Barcelona amb Mark Klett. Exhibition catalogue, Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona. As editor and author.
2009 Emporio. La Santa Cultura Visual vol. 3, 2009. Introduction and essays on the 23 featured visual artists. As editor and author.
2009 Darius Koehli: BCN Fashion Beach. KOWASA gallery: Barcelona, 2009. As editor.
2008 Ultramarinos. La Santa Cultura Visual vol. 2. Introduction and essays on the 23 featured visual artists. As editor and author.
2008 Ramon Masats: La Nueva Mirada. KOWASA gallery: Barcelona, 2008. As editor.
WRITING Essays, critical writing and personal research
2020 The (Photo)book: On Potentiality. Belgian Platform for Photobooks. September 2020. http://belphotobooks.org/the-photobook-on-potentiality/
2020-2019 A Series of Formulations on the Musealisation of Photography. Commissioned essay for Thing, Aura, Metadata: A Poem on Making. OVER Magazine, Issue 1. June 2020 / Originally published in the catalogue of the homonymous exhibition curated by Ayn Seda Yildin for Parallel-European Photo Based Platform and Photoireland Festival 2019, pp. 30-33.
WRITING Reviews for magazines
2020 The Precarious Archive. Stefanos Tsivopoulos in conversation with Natasha Christia and Daria Tuminas. Doc! Magazine 46: Collective Memory (ed. Daria Tuminas, Fall 2020.
2018 Yusuf Sevinçli. Oculus. 1000 Words Ten Anniversary Printed Issue 2018.
2018 Tom Griggs and Paul Kwiatowksi. Ghost Guessed. 1000 Words 28, Spring issue 2018.
2017 Mathieu Pernot. Les Gorgan. 1000 Words 26, Autumn issue 2017.
2017 Laia Abril. Lobismuller. 1000 Words 24, Winter issue 2017.
2016 James Pfaff. Alex & Me. 1000 Words 23, Autumn issue 2016.
2016 Dragana Jurisic. My Own Unknown. 1000 Words 22, Spring issue 2016.
2016 Vittorio Mortarotti. The First Day of Good Weather. 1000 Words 21. Winter Issue 2016.
2015 On Devastation and other Stories. An Entry on Regine Petersen. Photocaptionist 2015.
2014 La Kursala. Aperture Photobook Review 007.
2013 Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Dear Clark, 1000 Words 16, Autumn issue 2013.
2013 Rinko Kawauchi, Sheets. Book press release. Kominek books, 2013.
2013 Misha Kominek, Strangers in Paradise. Book press release. Kominek books, 2013.
2013 Misha Kominek, First Journey Home. Book press release. Kominek books, 2013.
2012 Alexandra Catiere, Here, beyond the mists, 1000 Words 16, Fall issue 2012.
2012 Robert Capa: Cuadernos de guerra en España (1936-1987 /Robert Capa: Photographs 1985 / Robert Capa: Paragraphic 1969 / Robert Capa: Images of War, 1964 / Robert Capa, War Photographs, 1960. A series on articles on the history of the Robert Capa photobooks: Robert Capa en la historia del fotolibro. Exhibition blog La Maleta Mexicana, MNAC 2011-2012.
2011 Rinko Kawauchi, Illuminance, 1000 Words 12, Fall issue 2011.
2011 Martina Hoogland-Ivanow, Far Too Close , 1000 Words 11, Spring issue 2011.
2011 Tereza Zelenková, Supreme Vice, 1000 Words 10, Winter issue 2011.
2010 Melinda Gibson, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, 1000 Words 9, Fall issue 2010.
2010 José Ramón Bas, NDAR,Vu Mag 5 (collections), p. 53.
2010 Emily Hanako Momohara, Koden: Images from Funeral Homes, 1000 Words 8, Summer issue 2010.
2010 Hellen van Meene: Tout va a disparaitre, 1000 Words 7, Spring issue 2010.
2009 Lilian Bassman/Paul Himmel, Eyemazing 04/2009.
2009 Anthony Gayton: Beautiful Freaks, Eyemazing 04/2009.
2009 Kelli Connell: Double Life, 1000 Words 6, Spring issue 2009.
2009 Steve McCurry: The Unguarded Moment, Eyemazing 03/2009.
2009 Theresia Viska: La Dance Française, Eyemazing 03/2009.
2009 Jen Davis: Self-Portraits, 1000 Words 5, Summer issue 2009.
2009 Miroslav Tichý: Forbidden Gaze, Eyemazing 02/2009.
2009 Vladimír Židlický: Beneath the Skin, Eyemazing 02/2009.
2009 Czech Photography in the 20th Century: Interview with curator Vladimír Birgus. Eyemazing 02/20009.
2009 Martin Parr: Mexico, Photoicon, 05/2009.
2009 Izima Kaoru: Landscapes with a Corpse, 1000 Words 4, Spring issue 2009.
2009 Gerardo and Fernando Montiel Klint: Matehuala, Eyemazing 01/2009, p. 82-91.
2009 Gonzalo Bénard: The Awakening of the Self, Eyemazing 01/2009, p. 134-141.
2008 Dana Popa: Not Natasha. Next Level 16 (Autograph Issue), 2008, p. 074-079.
2008 Trinidad Carrillo: Naini and the Sea of Wolves. Conversation with Trinidad Carrillo, 1000 Words 3, Winter issue 2008.
2008 Ixone Sádaba: Poètique de la Desaparition, Eyemazing 04/2008, p. 142-149.
2008 Marcos López: Sub-realismo criollo. Eyemazing 03/2008, p. 64-69.
2008 Lalla A. Essaydi: Les Femmes du Maroc, Next Level 14 (White Issue), 2008, p. 30-34.
2008 Jöel-Peter Witkin: Human Kind. Eyemazing 02/2008, p. 138-143.
2008 PHE08: Towards New Topographies Meeting with Sérgio Mah, PHE08 new art director, Eyemazing 02/2008, p. 152-155.
2008 June Newton aka. Alice Springs: Mirror, mirror on the wall –how am I doing as night-time falls?, Eyemazing 01/2008, p. 112-121.
2008 Anthony Gayton: Falling Awake. Eyemazing 01/2008, p. 88-99.
2007 Biel Capplonch, Eyemazing 04/2007, p. 78-83.
2007 John Wood: Endurance and Suffering. Narratives of Disease in the 19th century, Eyemazing 04/2007, p. 148-159.
2006 William Lamson. H Magazine 73, 5/2006.
2006 Laurie Simmons, Galleries Magazine 1, Spring 2006.
2006 Michael Wolf: Architecture of Density, H Magazine 70, 2/2006.
2006 Getty Best Photographers 2006: Next Big Thing, H Magazine 70, 2/2006.
2005 Sato Shintaro, H Magazine 68, 11/2005.
2005 Sun City: Hans Heijnen y Peter Granser, H Magazine 65, 07/2005.
2005 Johan Grimonprez: Looking for Alfred, H Magazine 62, 04/2005.
2004 Kyoko Hamada: Historias mínimas, H Magazine 58, 12/2004.
2004 Lauren Greenfield: Ángeles caídos, H Magazine 56, 9/2004.
2004 Larry Fink: Apocalypse Now, H Magazine 57, 11/2004.
Writing / Essays for artists, exhibitions and books
2019 Israel Ariño-Clara Gassull. La gravetat del lloc. Commissioned introduction (wall) text. Fotointerpretacions 2019. Biblioteca Agustí Centelles, Barcelona, 2019.
2019 Yusuf Sevinçli: Turmaline. Accompanying text for the exhibition booklet. InCadaques Festival 2019.
2019 Fernweh. Accompanying Essay to Lukas Birk: Fernweh. Fraglich Publishing 2019.
2016 Radicalia. Short exhibition essay for Piero Martinello’s Radicalia exhibition, Rencontres d’Arles 2016
2016 ¿Cómo unas fotos de estudio acabaron siendo material de una exposición en la Tate Modern? La historia de Foto Ramblas (1956-1998). Short essay for the Fotoramblas chapter of the exhibition Quadrilàter, Fundación Setba, Barcelona.
2015 Regine Petersen: Find a Fallen Star. Essay accompanying the homonym book by Regine Petersen: Find a Fallen Star. Kehrer, 2015.
2013 Lina V Persson: As rhythm was slow. Contributing essay to the artist’s exhibition, Impossible Barcelona, November-December 2013.
2013. Trinidad Carrillo: The Name from Mars. The essay has appeared alongside Johanna Willenfelt’s text in the artist’s self-published book The Name from Mars. Göteborg, Sweden, 2013.
2013 José Antonio Carrera: Dream Street, galería Tagomago, Barcelona, Marzo 2012.
2012 El taller con Mark Klett / The workshop with Mark Klett, in Refotografiar Barcelona amb Mark Klett. Exhibition catalogue (essay in Spanish-Catalan-English), Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona, January 2012.
2011 Jordi Gual: Unstable Balance, galería Tagomago, Barcelona, February 2011.
2009 Retratos de familia: Jordi Gual-Caterina Barjau / Family Portraits: Jordi Gual-Caterina Barjau. Exhibition essay, in Spanish and in English of the exhibition “Retratos de familia”, held at the Tagomago gallery,Barcelona, in January 2009.
2009 Anthony Gayton, Behold the Man. Catalogue essay in Spanish and in English of the Anthony Gayton show at the MITO Gallery,Barcelona, in November 2009.
2009 Emporio. La Santa Cultura Visual vol. 3, 2009. Introduction and essays on the 23 featured visual artists.
2008 Los collages sonoros de Giambliss Giobbi / The sonorous collages of Giambliss Giobbi. Catalogue essay in Spanish and in English of the Chambliss Giobbi show held at the MiTO gallery, Barcelona, in November 2008.
2008 Ramón Masats. La Nueva Mirada. Catalogue essay in Spanish and in English of the homonymous exhibition held at KOWASA gallery, Barcelona, in June 2008.
2008 Katherine di Turi: Glamorous Day-Dream. Essay in Spanish and in English of the exhibition “Katherine di Turi. Glamorous Day-Dream” held at Square Studio, Barcelona in April 2008.
2008 Ultramarinos. La Santa Cultura Visual vol. 2, 2008. Introduction and essays on the 23 featured visual artists.
Brian Dettmer, The Cemetery of Forgotten Books. Catalogue essay in Spanish and in English of the Brian Dettmer show at the MITO Gallery, Barcelona, in January 2008.
2007 BAC! Festival 07: Babylon. Introductory catalogue of the group exhibition held at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (28-11/22-12-2007), La Santa Editorial: Barcelona, November 2007.
Press (about my projects and work)
2020 Lukas Birk, Fernweh: A Man’s Journey, a series of exhibitions and a book. Interview with Natasha Christia, in Warburg: Through the Books On The Web #4 An Unexpected Influencer.Aby Warburg as a Muse for Contemporary Visual Culture. On-and-offline Book Display and Open Survey. Leporello 2020. https://leporello-books.com/natasha-christia-non-affiliated-curator-writer-and-educator/
2017 Τα photobooks ως εργαλεία ακτιβισμού απέναντι στον κυρίαρχο λόγο. Συνέντευξη με την Νατάσσα Χριστιά, επιμελήτρια του project «Uncensored Books» (Photobooks as activism tools before hegemonic speech. Interview with Natasha Christia, curaors of Uncensored Books). Dimitris Kechris, Eleni Pagkalia. Aldebaran photo 2017. https://aldebaran.photo/photobooks-ergalia-aktivismou-apenanti-ston-kyriarcho-logo/
Brand identity / Creative writing
2015 Tagomago Collectors Project. Web platform and statement.
2013 Oyyo (Sweden): Brand launch – Campaign Nº1 – booklet – website 2013
2013 Via Snella (Sweden): Brand launch – website – campaigns AW 2012-2013 / SS 11 / AW 10-11 /AW 09 /SS 09 /SS 10
2013 Après Ski (Spain): Twilight Collection 2013
2011 Cecilia Sörensen (Finland): Fashion designer profile (“About” section)
Seminars / Workshops
Curating and Exhibiting Photography
Leporello Books. Rome, March 7-8, 2020
Exhibiting Photography: A Laboratory for the Development of Practices, Projects and Ideas
Noks Art Space, Istanbul, October 9-10, 2018
Curating Photography: A Laboratory of Ideas, Projects and Practices
ISSP International Summer School of Photography 2018
Kuldïga, Latvia, July 28-August 6, 2018
Still Moving. Moving Still.
Hydra, Mexico City, November 15-17, 2017
Void Athens. June 23-24, 2017.
Exhibition installations / Instalación expositiva
El Observatorio. October 2016-January 2017
Blow-Up: Photography & Film (seminar/masterclass)
Grisart International Photography School. January 2014 / March 2013 / March 2012 /
HAS MFA Berlin Program. Berlin. May 2, 2016 / April 18, 2015.
Espai Català-Roca, Barcelona, June-July 2007
Hello Photography! Trends in Contemporary Photography
Medphoto Festival, Rhethymon, Crete. 19-20 September 2017
Espai Català-Roca, Barcelona, May-June 2015
Carleton College-Study Abroad Program (prof. John Schott), As member of Arqueologia del Punt de Vista. April 2013
Carleton College-Study Abroad Program (prof. John Schott). As member of Arqueologia del Punt de Vista. April 2011
Espai Català-Roca, Barcelona, June-July 2008
Master of Photography and Design. Elisava School of Design and Engineering, Barcelona.
Since 2016. In the areas of Aesthetics, project conceptualisation and writing.
Conversation: Natasha Christia with Ege Kanar. Salt Galata (in collaboration with Pose & Her Hal Collective). Istanbul, October 12, 2018
Talk with Chiara Capodicci. FotoLeggendo Festival. Rome, June 9-10, 2018
Coleccionar Fotografías: nuevas realidades y retos. Debate panel with Gabriela Cendoya (collector, Pepe Font de Mora (Foto Colectania) and Vicenç Boned (Tagomago). Art Photo Bcn, Barcelona, May 4, 2018
Re-imagining and re-activating the book. Natasha Christia in conversation with David Solo and Annakarin Quinto. Arts Libris Fair. Barcelona, April 22, 2018
Natasha Christia in conversation with Valentina Abenavoli on AMORE: an Unfinished Trilogy, E.Folio.001 – Centro de la Imagen. November 26, 2017.
Here I’m: Natasha Christia in conversation with Valentina Abenavoli on AMORE: an Unfinished Trilogy, which includes Abenavoli’s two book projects: “Anaesthesia” and “The Harvest”. Gazebook, Punta Secca, Sicily, 2017.
Photography, Politics and Change in the Age of Madness. Symposium with Marco Mfg Paltrinieri, Natasha Christia and Mathieu Ma Asselin, curated by Colin Pantall. Gazebook, Punta Secca, Sicily 2017.
Conversation with Valentina Abenavoli on AMORE: An Unfinished Trilogy. Void Athens, June 22, 2017.
Curating Photography, Void, Athens, June 22, 2017 with Kristin Diettrich, Lea Vene and Sandra Vitaljić. Organ Vida Festival. September 16, 2016.
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. November, 9, 2015.
Random Series. Round table with photographer-artist Miguel Ángel Tornero and curator Anna Dot at the Fundación Foto Colectania, Barcelona. January 28, 2015.
“Apropiaciones de Barcelona” exhibition-public laboratory. Panel with Susanna Muriel – Jordi Barón – Santiago Garcés – Santos Montes Barcelona, June 20, 2014.
Between the images and the collective imaginary: Talk with Anna Pelka, Joachim Schmid and Antonio Ortega. Parallel activity of the exhibition Jan Reutt: Just being there. Somewhere in Teksas-Land (Curators Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci). Arts Santa Mònica. Barcelona, June 20, 2013.
Self-publishing: Talk with Albert Folch and Rafa Martínez (Folch Studio). Jornada de Autoedición, Private Space. November 21, 2012.
Michael Ackerman: Open Lecture, Art/If/Act, Benaki Museum,, June 3, 2011. Presentation.
Portfolio Sous les ogives, Andréas Lang-Victor Hugo, Tristan Barbara editions. Madrid Foto, May, 13, 2010. Debate with the artist and the public.
Reinventing the (photo)book. An expanded narrative through personal research diaries and curatorial projects. Leporello Books, Rome, March 6, 2020.
Curatorial Practices and Book-Based Exhibitions: An Expanded Narrative II. Istanbul Photobook Festival 2019, September 14, 2019
Curatorial Practices and Book-Based Exhibitions: An Expanded Narrative. Galerie Hollenstein, Lustenau (Austria), September 22, 2018
The Family of No Man and Me: On Power, Photography and Curating. ISSP Summer School, Kuldiga, July 21, 2018
Curating Photography: A Meeting with Natasha Christia. ISSP gallery, Riga. June 15, 2018
Europe and Melancholy. Action with Federico Clavarino. Blank Paper School, Madrid, March 24, 2017.
Después de la Fotografía y la Pintura. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Bellas Artes. Madrid, March, 22, 2017.
Blow Up! Fotografía y Cine. Serra i Abella. Barcelona, December 4, 2016.
La fotografía de autor: Cambios y nuevas realidades (2005-2016). Espai Català-Roca, 25 aniversaria de Cataà-Roca. Barcelona, February 25, 2016.
Arqueologia del Punt de Vista: Rephotography Public Installations. Lecture as part of the special rephotography contents (Barcelona: A Rephotographic Experience) produced by Arqueologia del Punt de Vista, for the students of Carleton College, during their three-week visit in Barcelona. April 11, 2013.
Photography and Cinema: Palindromes. Carleton College-IES, Barcelona, April 2013.
Fotografía y Cine: Palíndromos. GrisArt Escola Superior de Fotografia: Barcelona, January 14, 2013.
Fotografía y Cine: Palíndromos. GrisArt Escola Superior de Fotografia: Barcelona, May 13, 2011.
Arqueologia del Punt de Vista: Rephotography and Public Installations. Lecture as part of the special rephotography contents (Barcelona: A Rephotographic Experience) produced by Arqueologia del Punt de Vista, for the students of Carleton College, during their three-week visit in Barcelona. April 4, 2011.
Arqueologia del Punt de Vista: Refotografía e Instalaciones Públicas, with my colleague Ricard Martinez in conversation with María de los Santos García Felguera, professor of la Universidad Pompeu Fabra. The Itinerant Languages of Photography, Princeton University-Pompeu Fabra, Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona, May 23-24, 2011.
Oriol Maspons: Un estudio en desuso. Short talk and projection of a 3 minutes short film with a recompilation of my research material. Girona Jornades: Imatge I Reçerca, Tribuna d’Experiencies. November 18-19, 2010.
Istanbul Photobook Festival. September 2019
Athens Photo Festival. June 2019.
Officine Fotografiche di Roma. May 2019
Athens Photo Festival. June 2018.
FotoLeggendo Festival. Rome, June 2018
Officine Fotografiche di Roma. May 2018
Rencontres d’Arles. Portfolio Reviewer, July 2017
Voies Off-Photographie Arles: Portfolio Reviewer, July 2017
Krakow Photomonth. Portfolio reviewer, May 2017
Officine Fotografiche di Roma. Portfolio reviewer, May 2017
Belgrade Photomonth. Portfolio reviewer, April 2017
Rencontres d’Arles. Portfolio Reviewer, July 2016
Voies Off-Photographie Arles: Portfolio Reviewer, July 2016
Belgrade Photomonth. Portfolio reviewer, April 2016
Ojodepez Meeting. Portfolio reviewer, Barcelona, July 2015
Voies Off-Photographie Arles: Portfolio Reviewer, July 2015
Full Contact. Scan Festival. Tarragona (Spain,) 2014
Screen. Nu Festival, Rubí (Spain). October 2019
Unseen Dummy Award 2019. Unseen Amsterdam, September 2019
Istanbul Dummy Photobook Award 2019. September 2019
Screen. Nu Festival, Rubí (Spain). October 2018
Slideluck Gazebook: When Photobooks make love with multimedia. Gazebook Festival, Sicily, September 2017
The Fence 2017. United Photoindustries & Photoville
Docfield Dummy Award Fundació Banc Sabadell, Jury. Barcelona 2015