Spain, 1976, lives in Madrid.
Licensed in Art History and Higher Technical Photography.
Fosi Vegue is an author who always works in scenarios where spatial and temporal references disappear in order to become revealing metaphors of the flaws of our society.
Having worked as a photography teacher and manager for over fifteen years, his most ambitious project, Blank Paper School, allowed him to train a whole generation of photographers who have renovated our visual imaginary and to showcase and promote their work and also that of other emerging creators. In this same context, he has promoted photography, both in the national and international scene, through various cultural actions of which he has been the catalyst.
Passionate about photobooks, he co-founded Fiebre Photobook, a pioneering festival in Spain.
Publishes in June 2014 the photobook XY XX by spanish publisher Dalpine. Awarded the Fotopres´05 grant for his project Extremaunción, about the decadence of the Spanish Catholic church. His following series, Grandes éxitos, about a vintage party saloon that saw better days during 70’s, was also awarded Fotopres´09 grant.
His work has been shown in collectively exhibited such as Blank Paper: Histoires du présent immédiat, Les Rencontres d’Arles 2017; Natural Artifice, The Glass Tank Gallery, Oxford Brookes University; Fotografía 2.0, curated by Joan Fontcuberta for PhotoEspaña14, and Porno Miseria, alongside Oscar Monzón in 1+1=12 Contemporary Photographic Encounters, Instituto Francés, Madrid.