Emireth Herrera.

Curator

BIO.

Emireth Herrera is a contemporary art curator and researcher who holds an MA in Arts from Universidad Autonomy de Nuevo León and a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila in Mexico. As a professor at Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila in Coahuila, Mexico, she has coordinated the program "Proyecto Enlace" with MARCO Museum in Monterrey, NL. presenting the major shows -Ibídem in 2016, #Vestigio in 2017 and Campo Indefinido in 2018.  In order to foster academic research she has organized expositions and international artistic events that involve sustainability and site-specific actions. As a curator in residence at Residency Unlimited in New York City, Herrera analyzed the artistic scene in the city, had studio visits, interviews and wrote about contemporary artists as a means of generating future projects. In 2014, she was the Executive Director of LivingArtRoom, the online platform dedicated to promoting artist portfolios. She is a current editorial contributor in LARmagazine, writing and interviewing contemporary artists. She believes that collaboration is essential to generate community which makes us strong as individuals and empowers networks to defeat ideas and enlighten situations. She has been a member of various organizations such as El Nodo, which is located in an abandoned train station rounded by houses made by cardboard and steel. In 2016, she joined Fashion Fanzine Magazine team as a curator, launching Issue #01 in Mexico in 2017.  Emireth Herrera was a curator in residency at Flux Factory in Queens, New York for the summer, where she curated the collective show “3459” a 6-day live stream show with Relapse in London, UK and Flux Factory in NY, through the open call Relapse/Flux.  In 2017, Emireth Herrera along with Christina Freeman curated Tongue Tide, one of Flux Factory´s Major Exhibitions. In September and November 2018, Emireth Herrera will be co-curating with Christina Freeman and Moira Williams, Saunter Trek Escort Parade, S.T.E.P an exhibition of artist walks and walking-based works at the Queens Museum in New York

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