Sara Garzón, PhD, is a researcher and curator. Specializing in contemporary Latin American art, Sara’s research focuses on issues related to decoloniality, temporality, and Indigenous eco-criticism. Sara was a Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow, a Lifchez-Stronach Curatorial Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and an Audience Engagement Associate at the Brooklyn Museum. Her texts have been published in Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Anamesa: An Interdisciplinary Journal, DASartes Magazine, Ocula Magazine, and Hyperallergic. Sara has been invited to be curator-in-residence at Casa GIAP in Chiapas and at Para Site’s Emerging Curators Workshop in Hong Kong. In 2020 she was part of the Science and Technology Society of the Delfina Foundation in London.
She has also been the curator of several exhibitions, such as Mapping the Cartographic: Contemporary Approaches to Planetarization (2022) at Drugo More in Croatia; No todo lo que brilla [Not all that glitters] (2019) at the Museo Antropológico y de Arte Contemporáneo de Guayaquil in Ecuador; Gestos de poder [Gestures of power] (2018) at Profound Studio in Brooklyn, United States; and Nobilitas: de sangre azul y otros mitos [Nobilitas: Royal Blood and Other Myths] (2017) at KB Espacio de Arte in Bogotá, Colombia; among others. She is co-founder of the research group Collective Rewilding