Fernando Montiel Klint studied photography at Escuela Activa de Fotografía and Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City. His work is part of collections such as the Guangdong Art Museum in China; Kenyérgyár Siofok 320, in Hungary; Museum of photographic arts SD MOPA, in the U.S.A; Museum of Contemporary Art, in Chile; Maison Européenne de la Photographie, in France; Nave Ka, in Spain; Fototeca Nacional, in México; Pinacoteca de Concepción, in Chile; The Wittliff Collection, Texas State University, U.S.A; Televisa Collection, in Mexico; Collection Les Recontres d'Arles, in France. His work has been awarded and supported by Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes. He has been part of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores (FONCA). Montiel Klint has had solo exhibitions in France, New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Ukraine, Argentina, Colombia, and México. His work has also been part of collective exhibitions in India, Korea, Germany, Singapore, England, Italy, China, Argentina, Chile, and Brasil. He has given workshops in Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, and Mexico. He is a co-director of Klint and Photo. www.klintandphoto.net.
Fernando Montiel Klint's work refers to the state of hypermodernity -full of contradictions- and reflects on the transition to the "post-human." He questions new forms of behaviour induced by technology. What will new paradigms represent, compared to previous standards? What is next, when condemned to multi-screens and communication platforms, defining our actions, and when we have stopped recognizing ourselves, and we no longer get to know each other organically.