who, what, how
Spanish art critic and curator Marisol Salanova is media savvy and has a recognizable way of working; clear, direct, quick and concise, independent but facing the artist as an activist, listening and amplifying the message of the artist through the exhibition design and writings. She graduated in Philosophy from the University of Valencia in Spain, now she teaches at the same university as an External Professor of the Master in History of art and Visual Culture. She holds a Masters degree in Artistic Production at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and is a visiting lecturer at seminars and workshops some of which have taken place at the University of Oxford, University of Brighton in the UK and the University of California, Berkeley, USA, addressing issues such as cyberfeminism, machinima, art criticism and gender studies. She has curated numerous international events, festivals, and exhibitions.
In her office she also works as a consulter with artists asking for advice on promoting their art and collectors wanting a fresh perspective on their collections. She publishes critical texts regularly in magazines and newspapers (ABC Cultural, Descubrir el Arte, Arquine, Haltermag, Diario Levante) and directs Editorial Micromegas, an independent publisher of books on art.