Irving Dominguez (Mexico City, 1976) is an independent curator and art critic. In 2015 reaches a decade of curatorial trajectory. He and Amanda de la Garza recently curated the XVII edition of the Photography Biennial (2016), organized by Centro de la Imagen – Secretaría de Cultura. Since 2011 works with young and emergent artists who lives and works outside Mexico City. Is contributor of the artist educational initiatives Relaciones Inesperadas at Tijuana (Baja California) and Aula Del Centro at Querétaro City.
Is one of the authors of the book Alberto Flores Varela. Esplendor del retrato en estudio (2014). Recent essays are included in the following books: La sombra del fantasma, Secretaría de Cultura, 2016; Erika Harrsch, the Nevada Museum of Art / CONACULTA; and Existe lo que tiene nombre. Contemporary photography in Mexico, San Francisco Camerawork / The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, both published in 2015. His articles and reviews are published in Mexican art magazines and contemporary art websites since 1998.