Llucià Homs (Vic. Barcelona, 1969) is a cultural consultant, exhibition curator, art advisor and art market analyst. His twenty years as a gallerist have given him the experience to lead projects such as Talking Galleries, the international think tank he founded in 2011 on gallery practices and the art system, or LOOP, the Barcelona video art fair and festival, as well as the cultural platform Hänsel* i Gretel*, which focuses on the culture-city-Barcelona triad. He is also a columnist for La Vanguardia, where he writes a weekly column on the international art market, he teaches at the University of Barcelona on the economics of art, and since 2019 he is also the Director of the Salvat Foundation.
His time in the public sector as Director of the Institute of Culture of Barcelona City Council (2011-2015) and of La Virreina Image Centre, articulates a multifaceted professional career, both as an entrepreneur in the cultural industries and as a public cultural manager. This allows him to understand, from a multidisciplinary perspective, the social debates and challenges posed by today’s changing and complex world.