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Gerardo Montiel-Klint

Gerardo Montiel Klint lives and works in Mexico City. B.F.A. in Product Design and studied Photography in Mexico.

Gerardo Montiel-Klint

Visual artist

Gerardo Montiel Klint lives and works in Mexico City. B.F.A. in Product Design and studied Photography in Mexico. He is a member ofthe Sistema Nacional de Creadores,
Silver Medal Beaux-A1ts, Mexico 2008, grant holder from the Banff Centre for the Arts in 2001and 2003. Received the 1996-1997 fellowship from Fondo Nacional para la
Cultura y las Artes (Mexico). He won the XIII Photography Biennial in Mexico (2008) and the XI Photography Biennial in Photography (2004). His work has been exhibited
and published intemationally and appears in various collections as J. Paul Getty Foundation (Los Angeles), Kiyosato Museum of Photography (Japan), Guangdong
Museum of Arts (China), Museum of Fine Arts MFAH, (Houston), Wittliff Collection of Southwestern & Mexican Photography (Texas), Museu de Arte Moderna Rio de
Janeiro (Brasil), 320fok Cultural Centre (Hungary), Museet for Fotokunst (Denmark), CDAN BEULAS Foundation, Huesca (Spain), Centro de la Imagen (Mexico), and
MAM, Museo de Alte Moderno (Mexico) among others. He is interested in photographic image as a phenomenon of ideological transition and its impact on the social
imaginary. His professional activity, always related to photography and image, includes exhibitions of his work, curating, and theoretical production. He is a co-director
of Klint and Photo www.klintandphoto.net.
Website: www. gerardomontielklint.com

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