Gabriela Salgado is an Argentine-born curator based in London, UK. She is a UK Associate and curatorial advisor for Delfina Foundation’s programme Performance as Process.
Gabriela holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art and has curated a large number of exhibitions including La Otra Bienal in Bogotá, Colombia (2013) and the 2nd Biennale of Thessaloniki, Greece (2009). She has lectured in over 20 countries. She specialized in Latin American art as curator of the Collection of Latin American Art at Essex University, UECLAA (1999-2005) and was curator of Public Programmes at Tate Modern (2006 to 2011).
Gabriela has published essays on the work of contemporary artists including Carlos Cruz Diez, Julio Le Parc, Mad for Real, Studio Orta and Grzegorz Klaman and wrote the catalogue of the Pangaea exhibition at Saatchi Gallery.
Gabriela works internationally as curator and consultant and is currently directing a programme of artistic exchanges for African and Latin American artists.
With support from
Arts Council England
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