Isidro Ramirez


Isidro Ramirez

Lecturer, Design Communication
  • Masters of Photography & Urban Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London

Isidro Ramirez is a Spanish photographer who, after 20 years living, working and studying in the UK, is now based in Singapore.

Alongside developing his practice as a contemporary urban photographer, Ramirez’s works have been exhibited and published widely in major cities and publications across Europe and the USA, including Barcelona, London, Rome, Bogota, Vienna, Berlin, New York and Los Angeles.

Research and Practice

Solo exhibitions

  • Jakarta – Modest Interventions and minor Improvisations, Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF); Singapore (2020)
  • Uncertain Topographies, Francesca Maffeo Gallery; London, UK (2017)

Group exhibitions

  • Steetopolis, Group exhibition, 71a Gallery; London, UK (2015)
  • Steetopolis, Group exhibition, The Folio Club; Barcelona, Spain (2015)
  • Steetopolis, Group exhibition, W83 Gallery; New York City, USA (2015)
  • Movimiento, Bogota Arte Contemporaneo; Colombia, Bogota (2015)
  • Movement, Silverprint Gallery; London, UK (2014)
  • Adrift, curated by Gasket Gallery; London and Galerie Ruberl; Vienna (2013)
  • 2 Cities, Gasket Gallery; London, UK (2012)
  • Cities: Visionary Places, Torrance Art Museum; Los Angeles, US (2011)
  • Altered Landscapes, Troika Editions Gallery; London, UK (2011)
  • Altered Landscapes, London Art Fair, Troika Editions; London, UK (2011)
  • 360 Degrees, Troika editions at Photomonth Photo Fair; London, UK (2010)
  • 360 Degrees, Studio 1.1 Gallery; London, UK (2010)
  • 360 Degrees, Front Room Gallery Show, Troika editions; London, UK (2010)
  • Sensational Architecture, Festa dell’Architettura; Rome, Italy (2010)
  • Publications
    • Shops in Trees, The Guardian Newspaper, London, UK (2016)
    • Jakarta – Modest Interventions and minor Improvisations, book published by The Velvet Cell; London, UK (2016)
    • Blue Mountain, booklet published by The Velvet Cell; London, UK (2015)
    • Closed for Winter, book published by The Velvet Cell; London, UK (2013)