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A*DESK has been offering since 2002 contents about criticism and contemporary art. A*DESK has become consolidated thanks to all those who have believed in the project, all those who have followed us, debating, participating and collaborating. Many people have collaborated selflessly with A*DESK, and continue to do so. Their efforts, knowledge and belief in the project are what make it grow. At A*DESK we have also generated work for over one hundred professionals in culture, from small collaborations with reviews and classes, to more prolonged and intense collaborations.

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Pilar Cruz holds a degree in Art History and an MA in Advanced Art Historical Studies from the University of Barcelona (UB). Her dissertation was on Spanish films produced at the height of the Yé-yé musical style that characterised pop culture in the sixties.
A freelance curator, cultural and educational manager, a teacher and an occasional art critic, Cruz has worked at several institutions including the Museu Serralves in Porto, CaixaForum, Sala d'Art Jove, Arts Santa Mònica, Can Felipa and Sant Andreu Contemporani (SAC) in Barcelona, Sala Muncunill in Terrassa, and the Periferias Festival. She has been selected by the Komisario Berriak (KB) programme for young curators, after working on a project for Liminal GR. Her preference for hybrid ventures led her to found Degénero Ediciones publishing house, along with Fito Conesa. Cruz is currently curating the exhibition programme entitled "A Monster Who Tells the Truth" at Espai 13 in the Fundació Joan Miró.

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