Enrique Martínez Glera (Azofra, 1953) is a Doctor in Art History with his thesis on pottery in La Rioja from the XVI to the XX century. Since 1984 he has been a professor-tutor of Art History at the branch of the UNED University in La Rioja; antiquarian since 1978 and gallery owner since 2002. He is a researcher who specialises in ethnography and art, author of several publications on ceramics, baroque architecture and contemporary art. He has given many conferences and courses in Spain and abroad. Since 2001, he has been a professor of the Master in Evaluation and Management of Cultural Heritage at the University of Salamanca, where he is responsible for the subject “Markets and Large Exhibitions”. In addition, he participated in the International Master in Heritage and Art at the UNED (2009) and he has worked with the IPCE (Institute of Spanish Cultural Heritage) on conferences and courses organised in Madrid and in the Historic Heritage School in Nájera. He has also commissioned and organised more than one hundred cultural exhibitions on various subjects and ages in several countries. He has helped organise the N.A.CE Exhibition in Navarrete since its foundation in 2009 and is responsible for the discussion panel on ceramics and pottery, both historical and contemporary. He has been a member of the Ceramology Association since 1995 where he has taken part in different publications and panels, as well as organising congresses in 1996 and 2010.