Inmaculada Salinas

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SPAIN, 1967

Inmaculada Salinas, graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Seville, made her first individual exhibition in 1996. Since then, she has participated in numerous exhibitions in Spain, Portugal, Germany, USA, Colombia, Mexico…
The work of Inmaculada Salinas is a dialogue between its components, as well as a dialogue with the spectator. She considers it her duty as an artist to make people reflect on the world that surrounds them: “the kind of art that interests me is the one that makes me question what I see and what they are telling me”. And she wonders, can the misnamed self-absorbed painting do so? Faced with so much hollow, empty, anodyne, integrated and institutionalized scream, can a simple rhythm, silence, or even the suicidal gesture or escaping from what prevails make us reflect? Or do we simply let it pass uselessly?
She asserts that perhaps is when we question things that life becomes more meaningful.