Virginia de Diego (Madrid, 1983) is a Visual Artist and Curator. Ph.D. in Fine Arts with the thesis “Archeology and Destruction in contemporary artistic practices”, currently combines her artistic production and work as a professor with her work as founder and director in Sandwich Mixto (a project dedicated to experimental publishing format and artist books).
She has worked as an assistant and collaborated on projects with Jana Leo and Lara Almárcegui; her first group exhibition was the exhibition “Circuitos” in 2006. In 2012, she exhibited her first solo show at PhotoEspaña: Ich bin eine Ruine, previously awarded by the Arts Community of Madrid. In 2016, she participated with it in “Inéditos “(La Casa Encendida, Madrid) and “DIWO” (Centro Centro, Madrid). In 2014 she was awarded with a grant from the Nida Artists Residency (Lithuania) and INJUVE Madrid for her project Clear the Path! Her last project was Ya no nos importa, a group show abour Archaeology in Contemporary Art granted an scholarship in the program “Se Busca Comisario” 2018 of the Arts Community of Madrid.