Miguel Soler-Roig

Miguel Soler-Roig was born in Barcelona in 1961, and he lives and works in Madrid. His education has been influenced by the Bauhaus and the new Swiss typographic style. He studied at the Basel Art School. Subsequently completed a Masters in Fine Art at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. For several years has been living and working in New York, and after his return to Spain he continued his studies in photography, completing a Master of Art in Photography at the European Institute of Design in Madrid (IED), and numerous international photography workshops. Some of the most prominent spaces where Soler-Roig has shown his work are: RISD Museum of Art, Providence; American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York; Schule für Gestaltung, Basel; PhotoEspaña festival, Madrid; IVAM Museum, Valencia; Venice Arsenale; Reial Cercle Artístic, Barcelona; and Museu Vida Rural, Fundación Luis Carulla, Tarragona. He is in several public and private collections such as JP Morgan Chase Art Collection, New York; Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston; Foundation Valentin de Madariaga, Sevile and Illy Collection, Zurich; among others.