Diana Padrón is a researcher and independent curator. She holds a Degree in Art History (University of La Laguna, 2010) and a Master in Advanced Studies in Art History (University of Barcelona, 2012). Since 2012 she is part of the coordination team of the research group Art Globalization Interculturality (AGI-UB). In the field of curating she has coordinated the initiative Perder el norte, while organizing several exhibitions where the work of artists such as Antoni Miralda, Bernardo Oyarzun, Edson Chagas, Lorena Lozano, Espada and Monleón, Maria Ptqk, Angie Bonino, José Luis Bravo, Miquel Garcia and Pep Vidal was presented. She has also been part of exhibition projects such as Translocaciones. Experiencias temporales, prácticas artísticas y contextos locales, Idensitat – Arts Santa Monica (2015). Since 2013 she is the coordinator of the Seminar On Mediation. Platform on Research and Curatorship. Currently she is also co-editor of the Journal of Global Studies and Contemporary Art – REGAC.
Last update: May 19th, 2017