Irving Dominguez (Mexico City, 1976) is a Mexico City-based curator and visual arts critic. He studied history of photography and diverse research methodologies applied to visual representation at Centro de la Imagen (CONACULTA) and at Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH). He attended curatorial seminars at Centro de la Imagen, Teratoma, A. C. & Fundación/Colección JUMEX. Among the shows he recently curated, highlights include: Revires. Una Antología at Casa de la Primera Imprenta de América-UAM (2014); Todos Somos Migrantes (co-curated with Annick Donkers), a documentary photographic group show, presented at: La Miscelánea (artist run space), Fototeca of Zacatecas State – Pedro Valtierra, Universidad Iberoamericana - Campus Mexico City & Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura de Puebla (2013 - 2014); and Ineluctable Modality of the Visible by Wojtek Ulrich (Poland – USA) at Ex Teresa Arte Actual (INBA), 2013. Since 2011, Dominguez has been a contributor, teacher, and tutor of the Contemporary Photography Program (PFC), a seminar for art projects based on photography, established on Nuevo León and Hidalgo states, and just for one edition at Sonora (2014) and Mexico City (2013). He is author of the book Alberto Flores Varela. Esplendor del Retrato en Estudio, published by CONARTE - Nuevo León, 2014, and guest photography editor for Variopinto Magazine. He is a regular contributor to Taller Multinacional (www.tallermultinacional.net) and staff member of Centro ADM (www.centroadm.com, artist-run spaces established at Mexico City.