Dani Zelko
Argentina, 1990.

His work is made up of words and people, that are put together through various procedures to generate situations and publications where political tension and language experiments act on one another. He seeks for an affective conceptualism. 

He has made commissions for Reina Sofía National Museum (Spain); Proa Foundation, Palais de Glace (Argentina), and Bikini Wax (Mexico). 
He has published twelve books and some of them were translated into English,  Portuguese, Arab, German, French, Italian, Urdu, Darija, Euskera.
He has worked as an art teacher in spaces like Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, National University of the Arts, Centre for Artistic Research (Argentina), New York University, UC Berkeley (USA), SOMA (Mexico).
He is part of the Liliana Maresca High School Project at Villa Fiorito, Argentina. 
He gave conferences and lectures in places like Museum of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles, New York University, Princeton, uPenn (USA), Casa de las Américas (Cuba), Museo Tamayo (Mexico), Universidad Nacional de las Artes (Argentina).
He has exhibited his visual work in museums and art spaces in Argentina, Paraguay, Mexico and Canada.
He has received recognitions by University of California, Visible Award (USA), Braque Prize , Centre for Artistic Research, Ministry of Culture and National Fund for the Arts (Argentina), among others.
As a musician he has recorder the albums Estrellas, Piernas y Serpientes (2023) and Dos Personas (2018)



The collected questions of Angela Davis
The complete questions of Lamborghini
The complete questions of Cecilia Pavón

The country of toys