Dino Marasà, of scientific and humanistic education, greek translator. After a short career as a web publisher, he rediscovered passion for art so he deals for ten years with reviewing artists' work. He started as an art critic in 2007, working at the Centro Diffusione Arte publishing house in Palermo (then EA Editore). In 2014, he founded Studio Byblos, international publishing house. In the middle of 2015 he interrupts his collaboration with EA Editore to dedicate himself to Studio Byblos. Its intent is to give maximum impetus to the supranational sharing of culture and of art. In addition of writing for over ten years about many Italian and about foreign artists, he also translated to Italian, from modern Greek, "I can even without Euro", an essay by Greek journalist Andreas Roumeliotis so describing with objectivity the Greek crisis and its causes. He has also deals with astronomical and mathematical sciences. Many critical reviews by Dino Marasà can be found by searching his name on google.
INTERNATIONAL MAXIMUM LEVEL VISIBILITY AND DISTINCTION GUARANTEED !
From 2017 Studio Byblos exposes its publications in his dedicate space in the art sector, at the prestigious Frankfurt Book Fair which takes place in the german city yearly in October. From 1949 this event is reference point for: editors, literary agents, great distributors from world. The fair is also opened to the public, always numerous, and it’s one of the greatest and most important book fairs in the world www.buchmesse.de - some numbers from the statistics: 7000 journalists from all over the world 250,000 books in all languages exposed - 250,000 paying visitors. A lot of people will have the way to see the published artworks in Studio Byblos’ editions!