Eduardo Nave (Valencia, 1976) is Advanced Technician in Plastic Arts and Design in Photography from the Escola Superior de Disseny I dArt of Valencia. In 2005 he founded, together with 13 other artists, the collective of contemporary photography NOPHOTO than a year after receiving the ARCO and Disclosure PhotoEspaña 06 awards. He is an usual collaborator for national and international publishing media partner and his work is represented by galleries Pilar Serra (Madrid), Paz y Comedias (Valencia), AJG (Seville) and Juan Silió (Santander).

He has received several awards and grants for his work, among them the scholarship of "College of Spain in Paris" (2003), the grant of plastic arts of the "Fundación Marcelino Botín" (2004), the grant of plastic arts "Casa de Velázquez" (2008), the visual arts scholarship "CAM Collection" (2009), the Fotopress Caixa Fellowship (2013), the "Fujifilm Euro Press Photo Awards" (2004), "Authors prize selection" of Fotonoviembre (Tenerife) (2005), and the award "Photographica 2010" from Estampa Fair.

He has made countless solo and group exhibitions, most notably: "International Meetings of Photography in Arles" (France), Canal de Isabel II (Madrid), Macuf (A Coruña), Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando (Madrid), Instituto Cervantes (Paris, Manchester, Toulouse), PhotoEspaña (Madrid), International Biennial of Photography of Tenerife, Kursaal (San Sebastián), Conde Duque (Madrid), Andalusian Center of Photography, Cultural Center of Spain in Lima, Museum of Art in Wuhan (China) and contemporary art fairs as ; ARCO (Madrid), DFOTO (San Sebastian), Madrid Photo, Maco (Mexico), ParisPhoto, PhotoLondon, CIGS (Beijing), KIAF (Korea), Preview Berlin, Chicago, Next Art Fair.

His work belongs to private collections and institutions such as the Spanish Museum of Photography, the Ministry of Culture, the municipalities of Alcobendas, Madrid, Valencia, Murcia, Tenerife; the Ordóñez Falcó Foundation, Cartier-Bresson Family, the House of Representatives, The Ministry of Industry, National Heritage, the Marcelino Botín Foundation, the Center for Dos de Mayo Art, Circa XX Collection, the DKV Collection, among others.

As noted in the book "100 Spanish photographers" (Exit Ed.), referring to his work, "a new generation of photographers is reinventing the documentary. But these new photographers who choose photography as a means of expression and the problems of society, a reality, situations that can affect everyone, not repeat the classic schemes of documentary and press photography, but are substantially changing the landscape of photography, being recognized in artistic circles as exponents of a plastic tradition that was never sufficiently valued and that the present widely recognized".

His personal projects deal places where significant events have occurred and the possibility that the spaces keep memories of what happened in them.