Ama y bebe (Love and Drink): Dina Venue Art Space, Sheffield (U.K)
Ama y bebe (Love and Drink):Hybrid Festival. Madrid
Idilios: Photography Festival La Nuu, (Barcelona).
Welljob: Photo Beijing 2015. (Beijing)
Welljob: La Fábrica Gallery (Madrid )
Retrospective. Last 10 years: The Women’s Views Biennial. (Madrid).
Idilios: La Kursala Art Centre – University of Cádiz (Cádiz)
Idilios: FoFu Phot’art Festival (Florence)
Idilios: Guatephoto International Festival (Guatemala)
Idilios: Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles)
Wellhome: University of Salamanca. (Salamanca)
Boys&Cars: Observatori09: 10th Internacional Festival of Public Art. (Valencia).
Wellhome: Espai Visor Gallery (Valencia)
Chance of Love: Fotonoviembre Biennial (Canary Islands)
2020_ “Winter Show 2020” Black Eye Gallery (Sydney).
“X Pilar Citoler Biennial” Córdoba University (Spain).
209 Women. House of Parliament. (London).
Shuter Hub 2018. Old Truman Brewery gallery. (London).
The generation of 87. Conde Duque Art Centre. (Madrid).
Photobolsillo: PHE 17 La Cárcel Art Centre. (Segovia).
Dos + una: BAT Alberto Cornejo Gallery. (Madrid).
Infinito Interior. Enaire Photography Collection . Cervantes Institute (Madrid)
Sheffield Contemporary. Behind the Scenes. Abbeydale Picture house (Sheffield, UK)
East Meets West: Quard Gallery (Derby) and Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. (Birmingham).
Emotional Architecture: Centro Centro Cibeles. (Madrid).
Silver Night of Projections: Encontros da Imagem Festival (Braga, Portugal).
Vias Cruzadas: Paula Alonso Gallery (Madrid).
Time Suspended: Paula Alonso Gallery (Madrid). Presented in Off Festival PHE 2013. (Madrid).
Retando a la Suerte: La Casa Encendida Art Center. (Madrid)
European Photography: Reggio Emilia Photography Festival (Italia).
A Vintage Story: Alcalá 273 Space (Madrid)
Face Contact. Portrait and Comunication: Iberia Art Center. (Beijing).
Desnudando a Eva. Artists Women in XX and XXI centuries: Cervantes Institute of Morocco and Beijing.
Face Contact. Portrait and Comunication: Photoespaña 2011. (Madrid).
Letters from Europe: Koldo Mitxelena Kulturunea Art Centre (San Sebastian).
Photo by Photo: Shangai World, Expo 2010 (Shangai)
2010 – 2009
Labyrinth of views: Exhibition in different countries in Latin America from 2008 to 2010
Here and now: Hubei Museum of Art, (Wuhan) and Shoreditch Town hall, (London) and Office for the European Commission Stockholm (Stockholm), National Library, (Tallin ) Pauza Gallery, (Krakow) and Dom Druzhby Art Centre, (Minsk).
All Inclusive: International Festiwal in Lodz, Polonia (2007) and Dom Gallery (Slovakia).
From Urban to Domestic. Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid, Spain). Comisariado por Nophoto.
NOPHOTO Collective Exhibition. Matadero Madrid Contemporary Art Center (Madrid)
Pilar Citoler Biennial. Finalist (2019)
Emerge Photography Prize. Selected. (2018)
Photography Award Banca March, Spain. Finalist. (2017)
Discovery Award, Finalist Encontros da Imagem. Braga FotoFestival (2015)
Fundación Aena Awards, Spain. Third Prize. (2012)
Biennial Unicaja. Finalist, Spain (2010)
Pingyao International Photography Festival, China. First Prize. (2008)
Iniciarte Fellowship, Spain. (2008).
Plattform08. Winterthur Fotomuseum, Suiza. Finalist (2008)
Fine Art Fellowship of Comunidad de Madrid. (2005 y 2008)
Fine Art Fellowship Madrid Procesos Redes. (2007).
Fotopres07. Photography Fellowship, Spain. (2007).
Unicaja Photography Prize, Spain. Finalist. (2007).
Purificación García Photography Award, Spain. Finalist. (2004 y 2006)
Injuve Photography Award, Spain. Second Prize. (2003)
Real Photography Society Award, Spain. First Prize (2003)
The Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Enaire Fundation, Spain.
University of Cádiz, Spain.
Aena Fundation, Spain.
University of Cádiz, Spain.
Alcobendas Art Collection, Spain.
Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, China.
University of Salamanca, Spain.
La Caixa Fundation, Spain.
Private collections of United States and Spain.
Tras las huellas de Corín. Selfpublished. (2020)
Welljob, selfpublished author box, limited copies (2015)
Idilios, Published by University of Cádiz (2013)
Domestic Beauty, Blur editions (2006)
Adviser and curator.
Guatephoto Festival, 2015. International Photography festival in Guatemala City.
Marta Soul curated the individual exhibition Diente de Chucho (Mutt’s tusk), by the Argentine artist Juan Diego Valera. She also curated Huéspedes del Presente (Hosts of the Present Time), a group exhibition shown at the Spanish Culture Centre in Guatemala. Marta Soul also organised the group of projections Futuro Continuo (Continuous Future), a parallel activity within the same art centre.
Transvisiones_Alcobendas 2015 Artist in Residence Programme.
A one year long international programme, funded by Alcobendas city council in collaboration with Alcobendas Art Centre and institutions based on Miami (USA), Peru and Mexico. Final exhibition at Alcobendas Art Centre. The programme sent three Spanish artists to different destinations in America and brought three artists to Spain.
Huéspedes del Presente Exhibition Pogramme/Artist in Residence Programme.
Programme funded by Madrid city council for CentroCentro Cibeles Art Centre, in collaboration with institutions based on Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico and Peru.
Curatorial work associated with five group exhibitions and four artist in residence stays in Madrid.
Lugares de Tránsito/Artist in Residence Programme.
Three year long programme funded by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and AECID.
A large international programme, involving six Spanish artists, working in collaboration with six peer colleagues in different destinations in America: Bogotá, Havana, Maracaibo, Miami, Panama City and Santo Domingo.
The final exhibition including the artworks produced by all 12 artists was presented at Espacio Tabacalera Promoción del Arte, Madrid (Spain).
Marta Soul was a founding member of NOPHOTO in 2005, an agency/collective incorporating thirteen more photographers. Based in Madrid, and later also in Wuhan (China), Nophoto runs different creation projects in relation with photography, always resulting from collaborative reflection as well as the interaction of converging artistic processes. NOPHOTO has also organised and curated a number of exhibitions shown in a range of European, Asian and Latin American cities. It has received grants and awards from Spanish funds like La Caixa Foundation or VEGAP.