Your registration could not be saved. Please try again.

Antonieta Landa

(Santiago, Chile, 1982) Curator and art administrator. She holds a bachelor's in arts from Universidad Finis Terrae, a diploma in Art History from PUC de Chile, and a MA in Art and Public Policy with a minor in Art Politics from NYU. Her practice has focused on the work of Latino artists outside their countries of origin, specifically on the relationship between identity and territory and the euro-centered interpretation of this identity, which is often merged and read as one, when the complexities of this identity are infinite. From 2013 to 2019 she was based in Shanghai funding AL Works, an organization with a presence in Shanghai and Santiago, this organization was mainly dedicated to taking contemporary South American art abroad and its focus was to escape from the exoticism where Latin American art has been portrayed. She is co-founder and director of La Revista, an online magazine that seeks to be a platform for Chilean artists and creatives working or showing their work in the USA. The work aims to explore and complicate the idea of a static identity and how it is expressed in artistic expressions outside its original territory. She is currently the Event Manager for El Museo del Barrio and part of the Colectiva of Mil Mundos Bookstore and community center.