Juan Rodríguez Morales

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  Born in Madrid (Spain) in 1980,  Juan Rodríguez Morales  is an emerging documentary photographer based in Madrid.  In 2003, he completed his studies... read on
    
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Born in Madrid (Spain) in 1980, Juan Rodríguez Morales is an emerging documentary photographer based in Madrid. 

In 2003, he completed his studies in psychology. Afterwards, he studied photography in Alcobendas (Madrid) at People´s University. His first project was a documentation of refugee camps in Western Sahara, which culminated in his first exhibtion. Since, he has worked on several projects more focused on street photography. In 2011, Juan Rodríguez Morales participated in a photo workshop with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, which changed his vision on photography. Since then he works hardly in new projects focused on street and documentary photography. In 2013, Juan was recognized during Photo España under Discoveries because of his project "One Big City". He has participated in a few collective exhibitions and publications. In 2015 he receives an Honorable Mention for the FotoVisura Grant for Outstanding Personal Photography Project with his work "Ghost world". 

Exhibitions and prizes:

- Individual exhibition “Sahara: The Infinite Light” at People´s University in Alcobendas, Madrid (Spain). April 2010.

- Selected picture projection "Fotonoche 2010" work "Sahara: the infinite light." July 2010

- Individual exhibition "Five blocks around" at the Cultural Center Orcasitas Plateau, Madrid (Spain). May 2011.

- Finalist in the travel photo contest for the newspaper "El País". July 2011.

- Selected to participate within the international photo festival Photo España 2013. June 2014

- Collective exhibition: "The Street: States and Conditions" on FotoFabrika Festival Sofia 2014

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century". Alcorcón (Madrid). February 2015

- Finalist in international scholarships "Roberto Villagraz". March 2015

- Selected to participate in DOCField>15, the documentary festival in Barcelona. May 2015

- Honorable Mention for the FotoVisura Grant for Outstanding Personal Photography Project. August 2015

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century". Leganés (Madrid). October - November 2015

- Colletctive exhibition in GuatePhoto Festival. November 2015

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century". Alcobendas (Madrid). November 2015 - January 2016

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century" in Segovia Photo Festival. Segovia (Castilla y León - Spain). February 2016.

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century" in XXIV Zaratutz Photographic Days. Zarautz (Vasque Country - Spain). March - April
  2016.

- Selected to participate in IX Slideluck Barcelona. May 2016.

- Collective exhibition: "New international photography in the twentieth century" in Imaginaria Photo Festival. Castellón (Spain). May - June 2016.

- Collective exhibition: "No words" in PhotoEspaña 2016. Madrid. June - August 2016.

- Collective exhibition: "No words". Huelva (Spain). January - February 2017


- Collective exhibition: "Exhibit Around. Urban and human empathy". Budapest (Hungary) July- August 2017

- Solo exhibition: "Heroes for a day" in Urban Photo Awards. Krakow (Poland). September 2017

- Collective exhibition: "Exhibit Around. Urban and human empathy". Trieste (Italy). October- November 2017


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