Founder and Director of Curatorial Program for Research (CPR)
Carmen Ferreyra completed her MA in Critical and Curatorial Studies in Modern Art at Columbia University in 2013 with a thesis Guerrilla Artists: Forging National Identity in Postwar Guatemala. Since then she has conducted research for the Whitney Museum of American Art, El Museo del Barrio, and the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros in New York. She has worked as the manager of Pinta Art Show in London and New York for six years and as the acquisition advisor for Mundus Novus Latin American Art Collection for three years. In 2014, Carmen directed the Untitled fair in Miami Beach, and worked as Director of Special Programs for the Bienal de las Fronteras in Matamoros, Mexico. In April 2015, Carmen founded Curatorial Program for Research. CPR focuses on introducing cultural localities, the versatility of artistic practices and production realities in order to enable and facilitate for the professional development of participating curators.