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Visual artist, educator, curator. Manolo Marquez’s creative practice explores and accentuates the fusion between geography and time in all photographs. His recent work includes chromogenic and black-and-white print portfolios, bookworks, videos, and installations.


Márquez is a graduate of Universidad Veracruzana and Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a former Fulbright scholar and has received grants from FONCA to study abroad and to fund projects such as his photobook Eres un fantasma (2017). He has exhibited individually and collectively in México, the United States, and Spain; and has participated in Zona Maco, Material Art Fair, and Salón ACME art fairs.

His project Ciudad Calendario is a finalist in the XX Bienal de Fotografía, organized by Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City. In addition to his creative practice, Márquez has taught in Mexico City leading institutions such as CENTRO, Universidad Iberoamericana, and the American School Foundation.

He lives and works in Mexico City, where he is the director and curator of the Leica Gallerie Mexico City.



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