Gilermo Zuaznabar is a researcher and professor in the field of Art and Architecture Theory at Rovira i Virgili University (Tarragona). Zauzanabar works on the relationships between art, architecture, and the landscapes of the last sixty years. He is author of several books, including Donald Judd Open Enclosed (Actar, 2017), Max Bill and the HfG Ulm: Dividing lines(Fundación Juan March, 2015, with Neus Moyano), Color,Form, and Meaning in the Guggenheim Museum (2009), and Jorge Oteiza: Animal Fronterizo (Actar, 2001). He has curated and exhibited several exhibitions, including Alexander Kluge. Jardines de cooperación (2016, with Valentín Roma and Neus Moyano), 1513. Desde las Paces de Urtubia. Geografía y paisaje (2016), Diseño de sistemas escuela de Ulm (2011, with Javier Nieto and Neus Moyano), and Oteiza 2000 (1999, with Fernando Marzá, Eulàlia Bosch, and Josep Subirós).