Ignacio Evangelista Exposiciones

Ignacio Evangelista

“In my photographic series the relationship, sometimes contradictory, between the natural and the artificial, between the animate and the inanimate is shown. I investigate places or situations where something seems to not be in the right place (physical or temporary place). Although the different series may be formally very different from each other, there is always a common theme underlying all of them that relates to the mark of the human.”


Ignacio Evangelista is a Spanish photographer born in Valencia and residing in Madrid. He has a degree in psychology from the University of Valencia.
His works have been exhibited in the United States, Germany, France, Holland, Switzerland, Canada, the United Kingdom, Hungary and Spain, and have been published in media such as CNN International TV Channel, ARTE TV Channel, The Independent on Sunday, POLKA Magazine , L ‘Oeil de la Photographie, Citylab-The Atlantic, Der Spiegel, VICE, The European, Haaretz, ArchDaily, Domus Magazine, La Repubblica, El País Semanal, La Vanguardia and El Periódico de Cataluña, among others.

Latest Exhibitions:


  • The Map Line” One Shot Recoletos Hotel-Nagare Art Projects (Madrid, Spain), 2.018.
  • “After Schengen” Europe calling: Refugee Policy – ​​Europe and its borders. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Budapest, Hungary), 2.017.
  • “After Schengen-European Borders” Architektur Forum Ostschweiz (St.Gallen, Switzerland), 2.017.
  • “After Schengen-European Borders” Stiftung Mercator (Essen, Germany), 2.016.
  • “After Schengen” Utopia Parkway Gallery (Madrid, Spain), PhotoEspaña 2.016.
  • “After Schengen-European Borders” Forum On European Culture. De Balie (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 2016.
  • “After Schengen-European Borders” Instituto Cervantes Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 2.016.


  • “25 Years of Utopia in Madrid” Utopia Parkway Gallery (Madrid, Spain), 2.020.
  • “Luz Iberoamericana” (Alcobendas Photography Collection). Huelva Museum (Huelva, Spain), 2.019.
  • 25th Anniversary of the Photography-New Acquisitions Collection 2013-2017. Alcobendas Art Center (Madrid, Spain), 2.018. (Catalogue).
  • Hybrid Art Fair (Madrid, Spain) Russian Museum (Alarcón, Spain), 2.018.
  • “Can a line define?” The Art Gallery at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York (New York, USA), 2.016. (Catalog).
  • “Transvisions 2.015” Alcobendas Art Center (Madrid, Spain) PhotoEspaña 2.015 (Catalog).


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