Anamaría Garzón Mantilla
(Quito, Ecuador, 1982) Art historian and professor at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ). She is director of the academic journal post(s). She holds an MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby's Institute of Art, New York and is currently a doctoral student in the Art History and Theory program at the University of Essex. Her work focuses on the period that comprises the transition from modern to contemporary art in Latin America. Anamaría has presented her research projects at various academic conferences and has curated exhibitions of emerging Ecuadorian artists. She is an alumna of Independent Curators International. Since 2018, she organizes the annual event Arte + Activismos, together with Giulianna Zambrano and Sofía Acosta. She is part of the research group 'Forging a History of Modern Art from the Andes,' organized by the Universidad de Los Andes and the University of Chicago. She is part of the editorial project Estado Fósil, winner of a Mariano Aguilera award (Ecuador). She was invited to be a fellow of the Jane Farver Memorial Curatorial Residency 2023, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP).