The 4th edition of Huxley-Parlour Gallery’s annual exhibition Masters of Photography will include over 30 masterworks by leading international photographers, spanning the entire history of the medium.
Ana is an art historian from Mexico City who came to Paris to obtain her master’s degree in Museology. Fascinated by cultural diplomacy and international cooperation between Latin America and Europe, she then enrolled in a second master’s in History and Latin American Studies.
Wants to work as a curator or producing cultural events, all possibilities still open within the international artistic world.
My interests span from contemporary art, curatorial activities, cultural programming, research, and the always present connection between art and politics. I have a passion for all that relates to the cultural heritage of Latin America which I try to include as much as possible in every project I work on.
I desire the professional experience at the cultural centers in Paris to obtain the level of competence necessary to work in cultural programming and research, but also to get to know the cultural exchanges occurring between Mexico, Argentina, and France, countries where I have lived and whose singular past and complicated present move me.
I have done research centered on the political role of art to gain a glimpse into this intrinsic relationship in a variety of works of arts or cultural projects. This experience has helped me to discover the power of art to change the thoughts of one or more individuals or a people, and the invisible strain that flows through and often moves the world.