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Naomi Salaman was born on 25 March, 1963 in British, is a British conceptual artist. At 57 years old, Naomi Salaman height not available right now. We will update Naomi Salaman's height soon as possible.

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Salaman's work, Changed Press Marks of the Private Cases (2001), was exhibited alongside ten artists in the Potential: Ongoing Archive, curated by Anna Harding in the John Hansard Gallery of the University of Southampton. Salaman used microfilm to record archivist cards related to private cases in the British Library. The library believed some materials were not suitable for public access and therefore kept them away in private cases. The photographed cards traced how archivists gradually removed the ban from some books.


Salaman curated the exhibition What She Wants: Women Artists Look at Men in 1994, which presented a collection of female artists exploring the gendered gaze by taking male nude photography. The work has been regarded as a good example of how the gendered gaze can support a change in power relations. Barbara Bickel found that the exhibition was one of few examples where women artists used male bodies in their practices to expose sexual desire and pleasure. This touring photographic exhibition has been regarded as a crucial exhibition on "how women looked at men".


Naomi Salaman (born 25 March 1963) is a British conceptual artist, writer and curator. Her practice uses photography and is informed both by feminism and post-structuralism. She attended Chelsea College of Arts, and completed a research/practice PhD at Goldsmiths in 2008. She currently teaches in Fine Art at University of Brighton. Salaman has written, made work on and/or curated exhibitions related to a wide range of topics including: the art school; pornography and censorship; image technologies; and social justice. She has taught studio art and art theory courses in art and photography schools nationally, and has taught fine art at University of Brighton since 1996.