Hector Peinador, (Spain) obtained his Master Degree in Architecture at E.T.S.A.M., Madrid Polytechnic University [U.P.M.], and studied two years at Peking University [北京大学], China with an ICO Foundation Scholarship.
He works internationally as a Project based photographer, and has published his work in magazines such as Arquitectura Viva and Europaconcorsi. He was in charge of the photographic work of the book “A map of Hutopolis” about the Chinese urbanization process. His first solo exhibition “End of Line: An archaeology of silence” was presented at the 2014 Beijing Design Week; curated by Susana Sanz, and sponsored by the ICO Foundation with the collaboration of the Spanish Embassy in China.
He lives in China since 2009
Susana Sanz Giménez, curator of the exhibition, a PhD in art history, specializing in contemporary Chinese art. In addition to the publication of Chinese Contemporary Art in Spain (2013) has given seminars on this subject in the Spanish university. She is currently Professor of Art History at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts School of Design in Beijing. He was also a Fellow of the Foundation ICO during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 courses at Peking University.