Artur Galocha

Artur Galocha

Artur Galocha (Lugo, 1983) has been an infographer at The Washington Post since December 2020. As a member of the graphics department specialising in sports, he has developed visual pieces on Stephen Curry's NBA three-pointer record or the last Tokyo Olympic Games, but he has also visualised the deaths during the first year of the pandemic in the USA or NASA's plan to deflect an asteroid.

He studied journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid and worked as an infographer in the editorial offices of El Mundo, Público, Corriere dello Sport and El País. He was co-founder and art director of the magazine Líbero as well as art director of the magazines Cambio16, Tentaciones and Retina. He has also designed covers for Libros del KO, Ideas and Babelia and infographics for El País Semanal and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.

He has taught at the IED in Madrid, the Mr. Marcel School and the ESI in Valladolid and has given talks at the Complutense in Madrid, the EASD in Valencia and the FEED of the Asociación Galega de Deseño. He has also been a member of the jury for the Laus Awards and the ÑH Awards, where he has twice won the prize for best designed magazine of the year in Spain, Portugal and Latin America.