She currently serves as director of events and protocol Super 8, dedicated to events, cinema and outdoor advertising. She has curated various exhibits, among which Miscelanea (Miscellany), a painting and photography exhibition showcased in 2014 and 2015 in Madrid, Córdoba, and Málaga.

As a painter, she started with oil paint and gradually incorporated other elements, materials and textures that pressed her to move to mixed media, finding the way to combine other techniques. All of them, intertwined, intensify her creative side and give sense to her work.

She has collaborated with and exhibited in the cultural centers of Sanchinarro and Las Tablas, in Madrid, as well as in the Young Entrepreneurs Association in Madrid, the Artistas por Bangassou (Artists for Bangassou) foundation and the Noviembre cultural (Cultural November) event of the Professional Association of Social Graduates from Málaga, among others.

Solo and Group Exhibits

  • March 21-26, 2011. “Mujeres Zurita”in the Santo Sepulcro exhibition hall, (Málaga).
  • April 7-24, 2011. Nashville Restaurant, Tres Cantos (Madrid).
  • November 4-25, 2011. CULTURAL NOVEMBER event: Professional Association of Social Graduates of Málaga. One of the works exhibited was the cover of the event’s magazine.
  • February 6 to March15, 2012. Private exhibit in “El GarAJE”, the center of the Young Entrepreneurs Association of Madrid.
  • November 6-8, 2013. Artistas por Bangassou 2013 (Artists for Bangassou) Madrid Professional Association of Civil Engineers.
  • November 24-27, 2014. Artistas por Bangassou 2014 (Artists for Bangassou) exhibit. Madrid Professional Association of Civil Engineers.
  • December 2014, January and May, 2015. Miscelanea (Miscellany) Madrid, Córdoba, and Málaga. Cofounder of ZR Exhibits.
  • 2015 . Holy Madness Restaurant, Madrid.
  • 2015-2016 Alea Restaurant, Málaga
  • 2015-2016 Prima Portia Decoration Store, Madrid
  • 2015-2016 Compañía Street Gallery


The ensamble of Marian Zurita’s pictorial works reflect every aspect of her personality.

The places visited and immortalized, her sensitivity about what happens around her and her curiosity about the unknown— she throws her particular vision into the canvas.

The result if it is the artistic world that she creates for us, combining broken colors and intense blues and magentas. Transparency and opaqueness, attraction and bluntness.

Whether intentional or not, the truth is that her painting engages the viewer in a world where fantasy and reality merge naturally.

Collection "Those women"
Collection "Barks"
Collection "Urbans"
Collection "Abstractions"
Collection "Inks"
Collection "Children"