Ramon will be talking about his work as a photobook designer, and will be sharing a couple of selected projects.
Wednesday 10. June 2020
7pm - 8pm CET
Location : Zoom (sign up under to receive a link)
Read more about the Online Talk programme "Once Upon a Time... - an online program on protest and engagement in research based photography" here.
Ramon Pez Studio is a Creative Lab for editorial & exhibition design. The Studio headquarter is currently flowing between London & Mexico city.
Studio’s works focuses on projects where stories and experimental narrative structures mix different platforms.
The most recent projects include, among others: Mitclan (Joan Fontcuberta, Inframundo, 2020), Santa Barbara (Diana Markosian, Aperture, 2020), Catalogo (Miguel Calderon, RM verlag, 2020), A History of Misogyny – On abortion book (Laia Abril, Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2018), Oscurana (Antoine D’Agata, Inframundo, 2019), Libyan Sugar (Michael Christopher Brown, Twin Palms, 2016), Ponte City (Mikhael Subotzky, Patrick Waterhouse, Steidl, 2014), Afronauts (Cristina de Middel, Co-publishing, 2012), the Art direction of COLORS magazine & several exhibition’s curating and design in photography’s festivals like Les Rencontres d’Arles (2016, 2018)
Ramon Pez is currently driving the Art Direction of THAMES & HUDSON and recently founded together with HYDRA, an experimental independent publishing house called IMFRAMUNDO in Mexico.
Among side to these collaborations, he still lecturing, making workshops on visual narratives and creative publishing in various countries.