He studied Piano at the Royal Conservatory of Madrid and Political Science at the University of Madrid.
From 1973 to the present day, he has produced a variety of multidisciplinary works, focusing his work on site-specific works in specific large-scale spaces in various museums and public and private institutions in different countries, as well as performances and works of radiophonic art.
From 1990 onwards, he combined his individual works with others made with the musician and multidisciplinary artist José Iges Lebrancon.
Between 1991 and 2011 she was a lecturer in the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca.
Concha Jerez’s awards include the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts 2010, the National Fine Arts Award 2015, the Velázquez Fine Arts Award 2017 in recognition of her entire artistic career and the Gold Medal for Fine Arts of the Canary Islands 2018.