Esther Gatón (b. 1988 Valladolid, Spain) is based in London.

In 2022, she completed the WIELS Residency in Brussels, and in early 2023 she opened a solo show at CA2M Museum Madrid, curated by Cory John Scozzari. A book published in parallel to this show can be acquired at ICA in London and at WIELS in Brussels.

Her work was been shown at CAPC Bordeaux, La Casa Encendida Madrid, Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, CA2M Museum Madrid, Fabra I Coats Barcelona, TEA Tenerife, MUSAC León, korai Cyprus, KINGS Melbourne, Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid, Cibrián, Donostia-San Sebastián, Verão Lisbon, Crisis Lima, among others.
She has published writing at Materiales Concretos, Nero, A*Desk, and Urbanomic.

Recent awards include Circuitos de las Artes Plásticas, Sant Andreu Contemporari, Injuve, The Ayudas Comunidad of Madrid, London Art Council, a-n Bursaries, Veepee Visions of The Future, Generaciones, Ayudas PICE, and Guichet Ouvert Brussels.

In 2023, she started abierto, a non-profit project of encounters with artists in a domestic environment, in London. The aim is to support authors to share their work intimately, allowing guests to engage with a practice obliquely and actively. So far, encounters have been led by Teresa Cos, Amy Jones, Esther Kondo-Heller and Abbas Zahedi.

Esther studied fine art at Saint-Luc Liège Belgium, the University of Barcelona, Goldsmiths London, and holds a PhD from the Complutense University of Madrid rated Cum Laude.