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Pamela Cevallos

(Quito, Ecuador, 1984) Visual artist, anthropologist, and curator. She is a professor and researcher at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador. She has a master's degree in Visual Anthropology from FLACSO-Ecuador and a bachelor's degree in Visual Arts from the Universidad Central del Ecuador. She is a PhD candidate in the Society and Culture program at the University of Barcelona. Her work explores the social life of things, collecting practices, uses of the archive, and collaborative practices. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Ecuador, Chile, Canada, Spain, the Czech Republic, and Singapore. She won the Premio Nuevo Mariano Aguilera prize (2017) and the Paris Prize of the Cuenca Biennial (2021). Her publications on the history of modern and contemporary art include La intransigencia de los objetos (2013) and co-editing two volumes dedicated to 1990s art in Ecuador (2021) together with Manuel Kingman. She was curator of the Pablo Barriga anthological exhibition (2016) and co-curator of the exhibition Amarillo, azul y roto. Años 90: arte y crisis en Ecuador (2018).