Gerardo Montiel Klint.

(CDMX, 1968). Photographer, teacher and articulist especially interested in confronting the photographic image as a phenomenon of ideological transition and its repercussions on the public imaginary. The professional activity of him, always around photography and image, ranges between the exhibitions of the work of him, curatorship, museum-editorial consultancies and theoretical production. He member of the National System of Fonca Art Creators. Acquisition Award of the XIII Photography Biennial 2008, Silver Medal Fine Arts 2008, Prize for Acquisition of the 2004 Photography Biennial. Among museum collections, your work belongs to: mam museum of modern art (Mexico), J. Paul Getty Foundation (Los Angeles, USA), Kiyosato Museum of photographic Arts (Japan), Guangdong Museum of Arts (China), Museet for Fotokunst (Denmark), Museum of Fine Arts Mfah (Houston), Mam Museum River of Modern Art de Janeiro (Brazil), Wittliff Collection of Southwestern & Mexican Photography (USA), Image Center (Federal District), National Fototeca del Inah (Mexico), Cultural Heritage of UNAM (Chopo Museum). I publish the Ammonia photobook in 2017, and its last exhibition "Monster" has itinerate for 8 venues in Mexico, being the last one in Museum of Arts and History of Guanajuato in 2019. Invented ecological photography developers based on vitamin C: Eco- 76 and Ecotol. In addition to designing the first ecological photographic laboratory in Latin America for the San Agustín Etla Arts Center in Oaxaca (House).