Born in Zaragoza (Spain) in 1940. His interest in photography lead him, by means of reportage, theatre and sports, to the field of plastic arts in which he developed a personal language. The diptych is one of his more significant esthetical finds, that involves the combination of two apparently different images obtaining a photographical view not only original but also surprising. In 1977 he founds the group Alabern together with Manuel Esclusa, Joan Fontcuberta and Pere Formiguera. He was named representative of the Latin-American Photography Board in Spain a year later. In 1985 he became a member of the Fundación Miró´s Advisory Committee in Barcelona. His work has been displayed in galleries and museums all over the world and forms part of relevant collections such as the Bibliothèque Nationale and La Maison Européene de la Photographie in Paris, the Contemporary Art Museums in Brussels, Mexico, Buenos Aires and Japan, as well as the collections at the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró, the IVAM and the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Outstanding among his books are Diptychs (1986), Le forme del corpo (1997), Don’t disturb (2001) and Photobolsillo 44 (2002). The collection of his work has been recently published with the name Catalogue raisonné (2000) where the magnitude of a long professional career is shown.