Art critic and curator, specialized on Latin American art. Current location: Chile
Juan José Santos (Valladolid, Spain, 1980), art critic and independent curator, Diploma in Art History from the University of Valladolid (Spain), BA in Journalism from the University SEK (Spain) and Postgraduate "Specialist in Art Criticism" at the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). Master degree in Cultural Management at the University Oberta de Catalunya (Spain, ongoing).
Member of the Institute of Contemporary Art of Spain (IAC), and of the Interational Association of Art Critics (AICA).
Since 2006 is a contributor of international magazines on contemporary art as ArtNexus, Dardo Magazine, A * desk and Rotunda, and on cultural magazines such as La Panera. He is also a contributor of the newspaper El País, and columnist in The Clinic and El Ciudadano. He has been editor-in-chief of the international magazine specialized in contemporary art "Arte al Límite" in 2012.
Contributing-editor at Momus.
He has been the curator of collective and individual exhibitions, such as Sobreexposición (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chile, 2016), El Rapto (Museum of Fine Arts, Chile, 2016), or Instantáneas de un viaje en tren, Isidoro Valcárcel Medina (Centro Cultural de España, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay and Costa Rica, 2014-2016)
In 2017 his first book, "Curatorial work by Latin America, 30 exhibitions " will be published by Metales Pesados Ed.