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Elizabeth Ferrer

(Vitrine Curation Support) Elizabeth is the Director of Contemporary Art at BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn, where she curates exhibitions focusing on emerging and mid-career Brooklyn-affiliated artists. A specialist in Mexican and Latino art, she has extensive experience as a curator, writer, and arts administrator. Elizabeth is author of Lola Alvarez Bravo (New York, Aperture Foundation), a monograph on the life and work of the pioneering modern photographer. The book accompanies an exhibition that traveled to the Smithsonian Institution and Notre Dame University among other institutions. In previous years Elizabeth has curated exhibitions on such subjects as contemporary Mexican photography, Dominican art, the Mexican modern painter Maria Izquierdo, and contemporary artists Salomon Huerta, Eve Andrée Laramée, and Paul Laffoley. She co-edited the Museum of Modern Art’s landmark publication Latin American Artists of the 20th Century, and has written for such journals as Art Nexus, Sculpture, Photography, Nueva Luz, and Art News.

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