Katia González Martínez
(Barranquilla, Colombia) Researcher, cultural manager, and university professor. PhD in Art History from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), with a master's degree in History and Theory of Art, Architecture and the City from the National University of Colombia and a master's degree in Plastic Arts from the Francisco José de Caldas District University. She specializes in modern and contemporary art, cultural history in Colombia, and Latin American cultural magazines. Based on these topics she wrote the book Cali, ciudad abierta. Arte y cinefilia en los años setenta (University of Los Andes and Ministry of Culture, 2015) as a winner project of the artistic publications scholarship granted by the Ministry of Culture, as well as articles in magazines such as Reflexiones marginales, Cuadernos de Cine Colombiano, Papel de colgadura. Vademécum gráfico y cultural and the resulting publication of the Emerging Research Conference: Reflections, Stories and Perspectives. She co-curated the exhibition Cali 71, ciudad de América at the Museo La Tertulia in Cali.