Born in Paris, Marie Salomé Peyronnel is an independent curator and writer based in Brooklyn, NY.
As a curator Marie Salomé is known for being an early collaborator and supporter of some of the most promising up-and-coming visual artists such as Sophia Narrett (USA), Radouan Zeghidour (France), Alessandro Teoldi (Italy) and Elsa-Louise Manceaux (Mexico City), among others.
She is very much inspired by artistic practices that blur the lines with other fields (e.g., nature, crafts, social change, literature, music, technology, travel or food). Her previous exhibitions took place in galleries, gardens and decommissioned spaces around New York.
As a writer, Marie Salomé writes short stories, both in French and English. Her first book Le Livre qui console was published in 2014 by Flammarion (France) and is a mix of short stories, interviews and drawings about tears.