Dionisio González (Gijón, Spain, 1965) is a lecturer at the Faculty of Fine Arts (University of Seville) where he teaches the subject “De la Idea Artística a las Políticas de lo Social” by the master Máster Universitario en Arte: Idea y Producción. A renowned artist and doctor of fine arts, González presented a doctoral thesis entitled The Aesthetics of Horror. He has received numerous awards, including the Prize Pilar Juncosa y Sotheby’s, the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró Award Premio Pilar Juncosa y Sotheby’s, Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró, the patronage award of the Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson, and the Arendt Award for the top European photographer,. His work has been exhibited in the most recognized institutions and museums all over the world, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Cleveland, the CAPC (Musée d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux), the MNCARS (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía) of Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Chicago, the MAMBO (Museum of Modern Art of Bogota) the Museum Folkwang of Essen, el MASP (Art Museum of São Paulo), and the MOCCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) of Toronto.
He has taken part in different Art Biennals and Festivals , including the Venice Biennale, the International Biennale of Contemporary Art of Seville, the Busan Biennale (South Korea), the Miami Biennale, the Biennale of Contemporary Art of Le Havre, and the Gwangju Biennale (South Korea).
His work can be found in different museums and collections, such as the MNCARS of Madrid, the ING’s Art Collection of Amsterdam, the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Chicago, the Centre National d'art et de Culture Georges-Pompidou of Paris, the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse of Miami, the Caldic Collection of Rotterdam, the Neuflize Vie Fondation of Paris, or the Williams College Museum of Art of Williamstown.