Juan Carlos Alom (1964, Cuba). Documentary and experimental photographer and filmmaker, author of some thirty exhibitions, including: "Island Creatures" in The Apartment, Havana, Cuba; "Born to be Free", in a National Event of the Photographic Library of Mexico; "Juan Carlos Alom", Metrònom Fundació Rafael Tous d'Art Contemporan, Barcelona, Spain (2006), among others. He has also participated in relevant collective exhibitions such as "Collimadores. A look at Cuba. Exhibition of modern and contemporary Cuban photography (2011) at the Michael Horbach Foundation.
In 2000, Time Magazine, recognized Juan Carlos Alom as one of the 100 Latin American photographers of the millennium. His works are part of prestigious collections, including those of the Valencian Institute of Modern Art, Valencia, Spain; Ludwig Forum for International Art, Aachen, Germany; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, USA; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA; Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida, USA, among others. He lives and works in Havana.