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Juan Millas y Eduardo Nave // Península. Photobook



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Eduardo Nave y Juan Millas // Peninsula

240 x 205 mm.
138 pages
Text Authors: Rafael Argullol, Alejandro Castellote, Estrella de Diego
Published by PHREE
Design: Juanjo Justicia (Underbau)
Preprint by Estudio Paco Mora, AG Palermo
Printed by AG Palermo
Binding by Ramos
ISBN 978-84-941215-3-1
500 copies

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Price: 35,00 €


Book that tells the rumble journey of two authors travelling together through the back roads of Spain and Portugal.


Juan Millás


A graduate in art history from the Autonomous University of Madrid in 2000, Millás at the same time completed a two-year study grant awarded by the EFTI photography school in Madrid. Since then, he has continued to complete his training with specific seminars and workshops that correspond to his interests. 

Currently Millás is a freelance photographer, a founding member of Nophoto, the agency and collective of Spanish photographers. Formerly, he was a member of the Grazia Neri agency in Milan. He regularly publishes reportage and portraits in printed media such as El País Semanal, Babelia, XL Semanal, Marie Claire, Yo Dona and Newsweek, among others, and has also worked for film producers, advertising agencies and various public institutions and entities. In 2007, he was nominated for the KLM Paul Huf Prize awarded by the FOAM Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam for his photographic projects; in 2008, he was selected by the Winterthur (Switzerland) Fotomuseum to take part in the Plat(t)form portfolio review that the museum holds annually; in 2009, he was a finalist in the seventh edition of the Purificación García Photography Contest (Spain and Portugal) and in 2010 a finalist in the fourth edition of the AENA Photography Prize. His work in journalism has been distinguished on several occasions, most recently in December 2010 with the Leader (REDR) Prize in the graphic journalism category. He has shown his work at the Galería Estiarte in Madrid (in the PHE10 Off Festival, June 2010), the Instituto Cervantes in Beijing, China (May 2010, within the activity programme at the Spanish Pavilion in the World Expo Shanghai 2010), at the ARCO International Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid (in 2009, represented by the Estiarte gallery), at the Institut Valencià d´Art Modern (IVAM), the Conde Duque Cultural Centre in Madrid, and the galleries of the various headquarters of FNAC Spain. Together with his colleagues in the Nophoto collective, he has also shown work at the European headquarters of the Instituto Cervantes, Matadero Madrid (in the Official Section of the PHotoEspaña 07 International Photography Festival), the Oliva Arauna gallery in Madrid, Galería K in Lisbon and the Hubei Museum of Art in Wuhan, China. 

His work is found in the collections of the Institut Valencià d´Art Modern (IVAM), Murcia’s Council of Culture, the Artistic Heritage Collection of Madrid’s Autonomous University, the Spanish Railway Foundation, and in other private collections.

Eduardo Nave


Nave studied photography at the School of Arts and Professions in Valencia. He has received numerous awards and has been named a finalist for many others (the 2004 Fujifilm Euro Press Photo Awards, FotoNoviembre, Purificación García, among others). He has received grants from the National School of Photography in Arles (France), the College of Spain in Paris, Fundación Marcelino Botín, and Casa de Velázquez. His work has been exhibited at fairs such as ARCO, Maco, Rencontres d’Arles, Paris Photo, Dfoto (San Sebastian), and Photo London, as well as at the Instituto Cervantes in Paris, and the Conde Duque Cultural Center in Madrid. Nave is represented by Galería Estiarte, and his works are found in collections belonging to the Spanish Ministry of Culture, the Cartier-Bresson Family, the Spanish Congress of Deputies, the Ordoñéz-Falcón Foundation, Banco Sabadell, and in the City Halls of Madrid, Tenerife, Alcobendas, Valencia, and in private collections.

Nave’s independent projects are concerned with places where significant events occurred, and the possibility that these spaces have retained memories of the events taking place within them.