Ramon Pez

Born 1975, Udine, Italia.
Lives and works between Barcelona, Spain and Mexico City.
Ramon Perez is a creative director and curator. His background combines visual arts and design. He is involved in projects where stories and narrative structures mix-up within different media platforms.  His most recent projects includ: Libyan Sugar (Michael Christopher Brown, Twin Palms Publisher, 2016), The New Colonists (Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Photographer’s Gallery, 2018), A History of Misogyny – On Abortion (Laia Abril, Rencontres d’Arles, 2016), Ponte City (Mikhael Subotzky, Patrick Waterhouse, Steidl, 2014), and the Art direction of COLORS magazine.