Humberto Ríos Rodríguez (Mexico City, 1983). Degree in Visual Arts by the
Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas (UNAM), Master in Visual Arts with honorary
mention in the National Autonomous University of Mexico with a project made in
the National Museum of Art. He attended the Seminar of Contemporary Photography in
the Centro de la Imagen 2016.
Ríos won the first Acquisition Price of Concurso de Fotografía Contemporánea de Latinoamericana, Luz del Norte, 2018. Ríos was nominated to the Latin American Photography Award Purificación García, in Zona Maco 2016, and He been awarded with the adquisition prize of the XXXI Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven INBA-ICA (2011), Honorary Mention in the II International Artists´ Book Fair of the Centro de la Imagen (2011), Honorary Mention in the XXX Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven (2010), the Young Creator´s Grant (FONCA) two consecutive years 2009-2010 and 2011-2012, the Young Creator´s Grant of the State of Mexico. FOCAEM 2013. Select in the National Biennal of Visual Arts of Yucatán (2014), and in 2012 he was selected to participate in the Trasatlántica - PhotoEspaña review in San José, Costa Rica. Since 2018, Ríos form part of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte in México, FONCA.
He has participated in several individual and collective exhibitions in Mexico and abroad, as París Photo Fair 2018, AIPAD Show in New York 2016, The Contex Art Miami 2014, Festival Internacional PhotoEspaña 2013 in Madrid, Centro Cultural Chacao in Caracas, SESC de Consolaçao in Sao Paulo, Centro de la Imagen, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Artes, Museum of Modern Art of the State of Mexico and the Galería of the Laboratorio Mexicano de Imágenes, to name a few.
His exhibition "Tránsito" was part of the 14th Encuentro Nacional de Fototecas organized by the Sistema Nacional de Fototecas in Mexico (2013), as well as in the Photographic Museum of Humanity (2013). In 2018 Ríos presented "Suspending Time" at Sala Nacho López SINAFO, and his first exhibition " Futurum" in Patricia Conde Gallery.