Publications

The Best Job in the World
2022
Full House: 400 Pieces from the Frédéric de Goldschmidt Collection
2021
The World Exists To Be Put On A Postcard
2019
The (Invisible) Art of Documenting Art
2019
Dialogue de l'Ombre Double
2018
Mil bestias que rugen
2017
Neue Anthologie des Schwarzen Humors
2017
Worlds in Contradiction - Areas of Globalisation
2015
Generación 2015 Proyectos de Arte Fundación Montemadrid
2015
Prácticas artísticas contemporáneas
2015
Una mesa en LaVerónica: capítulo 4 [Bea Espejo, Cristina Garrido & Tania Pardo]
2015
They are these or they maybe others
2015
BIAM 2014 - Biennal d´Art Ciutat d´Amposta
2013
POSTCARD NARRATIVES. Jeremy Cooper & invited artists
2013
Hacer en lo cotidiano
2013
The Postcard is a Public Work of Art
2013
Artists' Postcards: A Compendium
2012
XXIII Circuitos
2012

Press

The Best Job in the World
2022
Fundación DIDAC
Spanish and English
Softcover
24 x 16,8 cm
ISBN 978-84-92772-79-7
This book brings together a total of ten works by the artist from 2011 to the present, allowing the recognition of sustained interests that mark a mature conceptual line in which everything that encompasses the world of art is analyzed. The design itself can be understood as an extension of the work, with a craft paper cover that alludes to the idea of ​​packaging and has a postcard from his latest exhibition at the Didac Foundation attached to it; and includes a small evaluation bulletin with notes and comments from his time in the classrooms of the Camberwell College of Arts.

Texts by Cristina Garrido, Martí Manen, Joshua Simon, Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo, Olga Fernández López.
Full House: 400 Pieces from the Frédéric de Goldschmidt Collection
2021
Mercatorfonds
English
Hardcover 304 pages
31,5 x 28 cm
ISBN 9462302855
Full house is about two exhibitions that took place, five years apart, in the same building of the center of Brussels. Over 300 contemporary art works from the renowned collection of Frédéric de Goldschmidt were presented in total.
The World Exists To Be Put On A Postcard
2019
Thames & Hudson
English
Softcover 160 pages
22 x 22 cm
ISBN 0500480435
The world exists to be put on a postcard features postcards, several reproduced at actual size, designed by notable modern and contemporary artists, including Carl Andre, Eleanor Antin, Joseph Beuys, Tacita Dean, Gilbert & George, Richard Hamilton, Susan Hiller, Richard Long, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Dieter Roth, Gavin Turk, Mark Wallinger, Rachel Whiteread and Hannah Wilke, many of which are published here for the first time. Organized thematically into chapters, such as ‘Graphic Postcards’, ‘Political Postcards’, ‘Portrait Postcards’ and ‘Composite Postcards’, this book demonstrates the significance of artists’ postcards in contemporary art.
The (Invisible) Art of Documenting Art
2019
Caniche editorial
Spanish and English
Softcover 160 pages
30 x 22,5 cm
ISBN 978-8494516177
We are screen art spectators. Virtual consumers of contemporary art. Visitors to museums, galleries, biennials, and art fairs without having to move from where we are, thanks to professionals who portray artworks, exhibitions, installations, performances, and even sound art. Their ways of looking produce images that synthesize and transform the artworks, opening doors to curiosity.

Who are these photographers? How is the process they follow when creating images? How do they manage to stand out in the era of smartphones and platforms of compulsive consumption of images? Why in the art system, specially concerned about authorship, they are so unnoticed that one needs a magnifying glass to find their name in the credits?

Visual artist Cristina Garrido went to meet eight of them (Roberto Ruiz, Peter Cox, Moritz Bernoully, Carlos Díaz Corona, PJ Rountree, Erika Barahona Ede, Ela Bialkowska y Andrea Rossetti). This is the story –or at least one of the stories– of art’s B-side: the (invisible) figure of the photographer who documents contemporary art.
Dialogue de l'Ombre Double
2018
Centro de Arte Alcobendas
Spanish
Softcover 86 pages
ISBN 978-84-947420-5-7
Dialogue de l'ombre double investigates the relationship between artists and commercial galleries, presenting a series of works that shed light, in an interesting and little explored way, on the concept of the gallery, seen through the prism of artistic production. The exhibition has been raised on a series of concepts related to shadow, projection, dialectics, rhythm and feedback. Through these, an attempt is made to trace a journey through the complex and poorly understood relationship between artist and gallery owner, an essential part of the art system.
Mil bestias que rugen
2017
Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo
Spanish
Softcover 125 pages
An exhibition catalogue that brings together works by 24 national and international artists and that invites us to think about how the exhibitions reflected, but also contributed to building some of the most representative historical accounts of the 20th century.

Artworks by Ed Atkins · Yto Barrada · Lothar Baumgarten · Mabe Bethônico · Mel Bochner · René Burri · Tacita Dean · Marcel van Eeden · Sandra Gamarra · Cristina Garrido · Isaías Griñolo · Hans Haacke · Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc · Ursula Mayer · Porter McCray - MoAA · Falke Pisano · Walid Raad · Sara Sejin Chang (Sara van der Heide) · Vladislav Shapovalov · Amie Siegel · Lucas Simões · Oriol Vilanova · Simon Wachsmuth · Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa
Neue Anthologie des Schwarzen Humors
2017
Marixverlag
German
Softcover 396 pages
21,5 x 13 cm
ISBN 9783737410427
Worlds in Contradiction - Areas of Globalisation
2015
Verlag fur Moderne Kunst
English and German
Softcover 192 pages
ISBN 978-3903004207
Generación 2015 Proyectos de Arte Fundación Montemadrid
2015
Fundación Montemadrid
Spanish
Softcover 176 pages
ISBN 978-84-606-5602-9
Exhibition's catalogue
Prácticas artísticas contemporáneas
2015
Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces
Spanish
Softcover 232 pages
ISBN 978-8499611617
This book aims to carry out an approach to a better understanding of the new and different artistic dynamics that have taken place since the seventies.
Una mesa en LaVerónica: capítulo 4 [Bea Espejo, Cristina Garrido & Tania Pardo]
2015
Spanish
Softcover 35 pages
21 x 15 cm
They are these or they maybe others
2015
3+1 Arte Contemporânea
Spanish and Portuguese
Rústica 12 pages
21 x 14,5 cm
Exhibition's catalogue
BIAM 2014 - Biennal d´Art Ciutat d´Amposta
2013
Ajuntament d´Amposta
Spanish, Catalonian, English
Softcover
23 x 16,5 cm
POSTCARD NARRATIVES. Jeremy Cooper & invited artists
2013
Room Books
English
Softcover
Hacer en lo cotidiano
2013
Comunidad de Madrid
Spanish and English
Softcover
30 x 25 cm
ISBN 978-84-451-3471-9
Exhibition's catalogue
The Postcard is a Public Work of Art
2013
X Marks the Bökship
English
Hardcover
10,5 x 15 cm
Limited edition: 300 copies
Artists' Postcards: A Compendium
2012
Reaktion Books
English
Hardcover and softcover. 344 pages
28 x 23 cm
ISBN 1780235135
Over the last twenty years an increasing number of artists have turned to expressing themselves through postcards. Whether by way of installation, collage, addition to, or alteration of existing postcards, or the production of postcards themselves, many prominent artists employ the medium in some form. Artists’ Postcards traces the origin of artists’ fascination with postcards from the early 1900s but with a focus on the contemporary, revealing the significant number of artists who have made creative and unusual artworks in postcard form.With 400 images of postcards created by many well-known artists, Artists’ Postcards is the first critical guide to the subject. From surrealists to Fluxus and conceptual artists, this book includes an array of historical and contemporary postcards by such artists as George Grosz, Bruce Nauman, Richard Long, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Susan Hiller, Joseph Beuys, Ben Vautier, Dieter Roth, Ray Johnson, Gordon Matta-Clark, Gavin Turk, Tacita Dean, Gilbert and George and Rachel Whiteread, Artists’ Postcards will be of interest to artists and graphic designers, as well as to postcard collectors.
XXIII Circuitos
2012
Comunidad de Madrid
Spanish
Softcover 143 pages
24 x 17,5 cm
ISBN 978-84-451-3445-0