Musuk Nolte is a Peruvian photographer and photobook editor based in Lima. Nolte has been awarded with the VI National Photography Award “Eugene Courret” (2009) and the FONCA fellowship (2010). He was selected for the World Press Photo Master Class in Latinoamérica (2015) and received the Magnum Foundation’s Emergency Fund grant (2017). He has also received the Elliott Erwitt Havana Club 7 fellowship and is a National Geographic Explorer (2019) and Pulitzer Center grantee (2020).
He has presented eleven solo exhibitions and been part of several group exhibitions in biennials and museums such as the MALI (Lima Art Museum), SIPF (Singapore Photography Biennial), lll Daegu Photo Bienal in Korea, III Photoquai Biennial, Les Rencontres d´Arles, Angkor Photography Festival, PhotoEspaña XX, XV Architecture Venice Biennale, FoLa, Parisphoto, among others.
Musuk has published five books: PIRUW (with Leslie Searles), La Primera Piedra, Flor de Toé (with Versus Photo Collective), La Velocidad de la deriva, and Sombra de Isla. Nolte is also founder and editor of KWY Ediciones, an independent photography publisher house for Latin-American authors.