Born in Valencia in 1982 and raised in La Mancha, Javier Moreno moved to Madrid in 2001 to carry his studies of architecture and graphic design at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. He started soon to collaborate at different architecture offices such as Xer-Masa Architects, Tecnigral, Planos & Obras or A3 Architecture. He assisted the architect and curator Ariadna Cantis Silverstein in the coordination of the exhibitions for the Spanish Ministry of Housing at Arqueria de Nuevos Ministerios and the Ibero-American Architecture Biennale. After graduating he moved to Pamplona to work for the architect Francisco Mangado (Spanish Pavilion at Expo Zaragoza 2008, Baluarte and Plaza de Dali in Madrid). In 2009 he received a grant by the European Union to study a double degree master in Cultural Management and International Relations for the EU at Poland and Sweden. In 2010 he moved to New York City to work for the Angel Orensanz Fundation. As the exhibitions coordinator for this institution, he has organized and curated several exhibitions; the last one, "Felix & Dexter Present: FELIX & DEXTER" has received great critic by public and press and has been promoted by ArtSlant or the Spanish Cultural Consulate in New York. He has organized a round table sponsored by The New Museum in New York reflecting about the future of the city. He co-organized a exhibition included in the official program of The Armory Arts Week 2011, New York. He has also promoted and co-organized a film series about the Lower East Side in collaboration with the Filmmakers Cooperative. Currently he is planning and studying the possibilities to open a multidisciplinary art space in New York City to promote emerging Spanish artists.