Salomé Burstein

Born in 1995. Lives and works in Paris, France.
Salomé Burstein is a Paris-based independent curator whose work focuses on affects, eroticism and structures of attention.

Alongside conducting research in theater and visual studies (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, EHESS in Paris, Columbia University in New York), and investigating collective practices (Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm), she has collaborated with several artistic institutions and publications through texts, interviews, and translations.

At Lafayette Anticipations, she had worked as curatorial assistant alongside Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel on the exhibitions Study For No, Coming Soon and Martine’s Syms upcoming solo show. She is also the founder of Shmorévaz (October 2021), an independent art space, located in a vacant former shoe store, dedicated to international art practitioners and publishers.