Marina Serrano

Marina Serrano is a multidisciplinary artist from Cádiz based in Cantabria.

She studied at the Seville School of Art, specializing in artistic photography. Subsequently, she completed several master’s degrees: concept and creation photography (EFTI, Madrid), graphic design and web producer (CEV, Madrid), film and television scriptwriter and the double degree of director of scenes and shows and cinematographic direction (ESNECA Business School). She is currently studying his last year in the degree of Hispanic Studies at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Cantabria).
She has been awarded a LUX prize in the documentary report category with her project Incubarte (2016), 2nd prize at the IV International Short Story Competition “Valle de Cayón” with her work A mi padre (2017) and a literary second prize in the contest. In 2020, her photographs on confinement are part of the collective exhibition of the Torrelavega Photoart festival (Cantabria).

The encounter: photography belonging to the poetic photographic project El Antídoto. Created during the quarantine in Spain. It alludes to the dreamlike and surreal world of the artist in his isolation. The antidote will be the artist’s own art to escape from reality.

“Not everyone is an artist but everyone is a fucking critic.”

Marcel Duchamp