Pablo is a historian and writer currently taking his PhD in Arts and Humanities at the Royal College of Art (2019-2022), where he has held several positions as a visiting lecturer. His doctoral project has been awarded a three-year LAHP scholarship by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Prior to his doctorate studies, he studied a master’s degree at King’s College London, where he specialized in 19th-Century history (2014-2016). After working as a project coordinator for a contemporary art gallery in Spain, the Botín Foundation awarded him a full fellowship to study the Curating Contemporary Art MA programme at the Royal College of Art, achieving a distinction (2017-2019).
Pablo is a published author and an active curator, having collaborated with and written for several art institutions, publications and events (Nottingham Contemporary, Gasworks, Concreta Magazine, Académie de France à Madrid, among other established projects). He has edited and translated the first anthology of essays by George Eliot ever published in Spanish (2021). His academic career has provided him with a rigorous, overall understanding of how disciplines in the humanities and social sciences operate at various levels of depth and complexity while allowing him to situate knowledge within particular educational contexts.