Natalia de la Rosa

Mexican curator and art historian. Her interests cover modern and contemporary art in Mexico, muralism, public art, and avant-garde theory in the Americas. Her work establishes an analysis of the relationships between art, politics, and the economy, and her approaches propose a way to rethink existing networks among artists, critics, theorists, and cultural institutions in the hemisphere. She was a curator of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art between 2014 and 2016. She collaborated as an Associate Postdoctoral fellow at Duke University (2016-2018). She is currently doing a research stay at the Institute of Philological Research of UNAM. She collaborates with the Yacusis. Grupo de Estudios Sub-Críticos.

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