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Emireth Herrera

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Emireth Herrera is an independent Mexican curator based in New York. She is currently studying the Graduate Program in Art History and Archaeology at the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. Her focus is on Latin America and Curatorial Studies.

Her curatorial practice objective is to build a strong discourse to foster diverse conversations through strategies that invite spectators to reflect and establish a critical posture, dialogue and dream. Emireth explores the production of art through multiple formats that are essential to initiate social transformation through democratic processes. In 2018 she started the project “From the Vulnerable Territories to the Utopia”, a series of workshops that highlights the importance of collaboration worldwide, beyond borders, language and ethnic groups.

She holds an MA in Art from the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila, where she works as a research professor in the arts.

“3459” Curated by Emireth Herrera and Relapse Collective, New York and London, August 2016 Photo by Jung In Jung
Workshop “Between the Vulnerable Territory and the Utopia” by Emireth Herrera in collaboration with Open Place, at Flux Factory, October 2018.
Photo by Yuriy Kruchak
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  1. […] Emireth Herrera is a curator living and working in New York. She is currently enrolled in a Masters program at Institute of Sinai through New York University. Her program is Art History and Archaeology with focus in Latin America and Curatorial Studies. […]


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