Salvador Quiroz Ennis
Founder of CONCEPTO M studio, which specializes in museums, exhibition design and art installations. Salvador studied industrial design in Mexico and Milan and has been involved professionally in projects related to architecture, ecology and communication.
20 years of experience in these fields has given him the ability to coordinate large scale projects for museums and develops technically complex sculptures like: “BACAB” the underwater reef and “132 Yo-Yo Soy” a kinetic chandelier sculpture of 33ft in height, “Movimiento Perpetuo” an invisible circus horse.
He recently designed an exhibit for the Museum of Cinema in Mexico City, and has developed installations in Germany, France and USA.