Pablo López Luz was born in Mexico City in 1979. His work has been internationally recognized with solo exhibitions at Museo El Eco, Museo del Chopo, Arroniz Arte Contemporáneo, Botanique and Centro Fotográfico Álvarez Bravo in Mexico. He has also participated in collective exhibitions at The Photographer´s Gallery (London), Fondation Cartier pour l´art Contemporain (Paris), National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, International Center of Photography (New York), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City).
He is the author of six monographs: Pablo López Luz (Editorial RM, 2012), Pyramid (Editorial RM, 2014), Frontera (Newwer editorial, 2016), Frontera (Photogramas, 2017), Bajo la Sombra de la Pirámide (Toluca Editions, 2018) and Piedra Volcánica (Toluca Editions, 2019).
His awards include Les Résidences de Photoquai, The Syngenta Photography Award, Alt+1000 Photography Award, IILA Photography Award and his nominations include Prix Pictet, Prix HCB and Prix Elysée.
His works are part of public and private collections all over the world, including SFMOMA, National Gallery of Canada, Fondation A. Stitching (Belgium), the Poniatowsky photography collection, Fondation Hermés, Perez Art Museum Miami, The LeBaron Collection (Sonoma, USA), Museo de Arte Moderno (Mexico City), Chapman University Art Collection, MUAC (Mexico City), Mellon Bank Collection.