Joaquin Luna (Murcia,1992) is a visual artist based in Spain. After doing his formation in
photography at the Art School of Murcia, he completed his internship in “La Maquina” which is a
photographic specialization school, located in Madrid.
Impulsive creator with a dramatic look whose work is made up of images that work as sketches of
his perception of the world, a world that more than beautiful or aesthetic it’s presented in a deeply
way. Interested in the intangible relationship between the human being and the universe.
His work has being published on different books like “Metropolis”, “100 pictures, 100 stories”
“Bnw Demand” from 1415 mobile photographers, “Urban Photographer of the year” 2019. In the
Street Photography Awards 2018 and 2019 galleries, in the Black and White photography awards
2018 and 2019 and finally the Exposure Awards 2020 from Lensculture. He also appeared in
“Lamono” magazine, “Life Framer” collection and in the “Life is Street” webpage.
In 2018, he became finalist in the “MAPA” Scholarships of the Lens School and in “La Maquina”.
He has been selected for PANORAMA1 from the Center of Documentation and Advanced Studies
on Contemporary Art of Murcia (CENDEAC). He won the CreaMurcia contest in the Photography
category, LAB “Laboratorio de Arte Joven" 2018, first EMEA prize in the Cbre contest "Urban
photographer of the year 2019" and first prize in "The Yellow awards 2019" organized by Too
Many Flash in authors photography category.