Juan-Ramón Barbancho

Doctor in Art History. Independent curator and essayist. Member of the Spanish Society of Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts and of the Andalusian Coordinator of Historical and Democratic Memory. He has been a visiting professor at the Central and Catholic Universities of Ecuador (Quito), with a scholarship from SENESCYT (Secretariat of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation of Ecuador). His research focuses on the relationships between art, politics and society and on LGBT Democratic Memory.

Publications (abstract)

Historical memory and social identities in the photography of Manuel Muñoz. In Social Identities and Collective Memory in Andalusian Contemporary Art. Ed. Andalusian Studies Center.

The image as a factory. Contemporary photography in Andalusia. Ed. Andalusian Studies Center.

Art from a sociological perspective. Experiences on art, politics and society. Ed. Ars Activus. Spain.

Traveling city. Ed. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador.

Visual construction of the social. Contemporary photography in Ecuador. Ed. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador.

Poetics of memory. Chapter in the book “Pain, repression and political censorship in the culture of the twentieth century.” Ed. Libargo. Granada, 2016.

BEING YOURSELF was a crime. Ed. The dead hares. Seville, 2017.

The experience of the border. In Manifesto. Ed. (With) Tension. Mexico.

Scars in memory. Ed. Egales, Madrid-Barcelona, ​​2019.

Good as you. Representations of Homosexuality in contemporary art. Ed. Algorfa. Second edition. Malaga, 2019.

Art and post-memory. Art as preservation of memory after the conflict. Brumaria, Spain, 2020.



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