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Paola Eguiluz

(Ecatepec, Mexico, 1986) Visual artist, curator, and art historian. She holds a degree in Visual Arts from the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, and an MA in Art History in the field of Curatorial Studies at UNAM. Her lines of work and research address issues such as peripheries, the body, decentralized feminisms, language, and landscape. In 2015, she was one of the winners of the Emerging Curators Award at the Bienal de las Fronteras. She has taught courses and workshops at the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán; Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo; La Tallera, Cuernavaca; Programa Educativo de Arte Contemporáneo, Acapulco; Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL), Gimnasio de arte, and the Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico. She has published texts in GASTV, Artheorica, and Chiquilla Te Quiero. In 2019, she created "Marejada. Undiscipline with a gender perspective," a project focused on giving visibility to women's artistic practices that do not fit into the hegemonic art circuit. She currently works in the area of Collections Movement at the Museo Nacional de San Carlos and is a beneficiary of the FONCA Young Creators Grant 2021- 2022.