Artist and scenographer, Mar Solís (Madrid, 1967) believes in sculpture as a praise to void in a constant dialogue with imaginary arquitectures, poetical resources and organic lightness, where drawing on space is her philosopher stone. She has accomplished thirty solo exhibitions in and outside Spain. Some of them as acclaimed as The Tale of Unknowing Island (Frost Art Museum, Miami). She has participated in sixty group shows and has received grants and awards such as Velázquez Grant, Ville de Paris Grant, Delfina London Foundation, Ojo Crítico RNE Prize, or the first Prize Caja de Extremadura. Mar Solís has a large number of outdoor sculptures installed in venues like Kyonggido Park in South Corea, Kasklauttanen Park (Laponia), Parque de los Charcones (Navalcarnero, Madrid) or Palacio de Santa Cruz (Valladolid). Her work is also in private and public collections as Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM), Colección BBVA, Ayuntamiento and Comunidad de Madrid, among others.