David Quiles Guilló

Since ROJO was born in March 2001, David founded an international emotional working structure of associated directors, more than 1000 art contributors and a distribution network in 37 countries. David has edited all 40 issues of the iconic ROJO magazine, edited 41 monographic artist books, curated and produced 5 editions of NOVA Contemporary Culture Festival, which featured at large more than 600 artists and musicians, founded, curated and produced the very first edition of THE WRONG New Digital Art Biennale, curated and produced more than 100 art exhibitions, promoted more than 900 events worldwide, as well as created more than 120 special projects and events to explore different medias with total freedom for artists to join, grow, and enjoy their work.

David has given lectures about ROJO, its creative networks and projects in many institutions to mention a few; Instituto Cervantes in New York City, International Art Fair ARCO in Madrid, Hagaram Design Museum in Seoul, Elisava School for Arts Barcelona, University of Cuenca/Ecuador, SESC Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, European Cultural Foundation in Rotterdam, University of Málaga, Casino Luxembourg, Instituto Europeo Di Design in Madrid, Instituto Cervantes in Casablanca, MIS Museum for Image and Sound in São Paulo, EAV Parque Lage in Rio de Janeiro, and 180 Creative Camp in Cerveira, Portugal.

David is founder, head curator and CEO of ROJO and all its projects, of NOVA Contemporary Culture festival, and of THE WRONG New Digital Art Biennale. He also spends his "working time" writing scripts, daydreaming of producing his own scripts, getting ready to launch LINDO KILLER, a mix of art project and lifestyle brand, building OQUBO, a private culture club and running the ROJO's social media, in a daily basis and non-stop since 2002.