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Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz

Born in 1977 in Mexico City, Mexico
Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico

She is a teacher at conservatorship for Goldsmiths College (University of London). Among her curatorial projects are included The endless cycle of idea and action / Second Edition-MACG Bancomer Program. Art (Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, 2012), Belligerent States (Don Apolonio, 2011) and Stranded (Border Cultural Center, 2009) Jose Luis Rojas Pacheco, Brandon LaBelle Concert Radio (Radio UNAM, 2008). Piano Recital, a project by Fernando Ortega (Casa del Lago Juan José Arreola, 2008), Sir John Soane’s Museum Audioguide Project (London, 2006). She participated in the investigation for the exhibition and catalog curated by “My Generation” artist Daniel Guzmán (kurimanzutto, 2009). In 2004 she received the Miguel Covarrubias Prize at the National Institute of Anthropology and History, due to the best thesis on museums “Museum of Art: Present and society.” She contributes regularly in publications of contemporary art. She has participated in academic activities at the Universidad Iberoamericana, the National School of Plastic Arts-UNAM, the Academy of San Carlos and SOMA. She currently teaches at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving “La Esmeralda”.

2012 – Exposition of the Second Edition of the Program Arte Actual – Bancomer-Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
2009 – Curator of the exposition Los Estados Beligerantes de José Luis Rojas Pacheco – Don Apolonio, Cholula, Puebla.
2008 – Curator of the exposition Stranded de José Luis Rojas Pacheco – Centro Cultural Border.
2008 – Coordination of the activities associated to the residency of Brandon LaBelle at Casa Vecina Espacio Cultural: Radio Concert – Sala Julián Carrillo
2008 – Coordination of the project Recital de piano. A project of Fernando Ortega; kurimanzutto en collaboration with Casa del Lago Juan José Arreola y Radio UNAM (enero 17-28).
2007 – Curator of the Sir John Soane Museum Audioguide Project (in collaboration con Claudia Rodríguez-Ponga), London, UK.
2006 – Investigation for the Symposium Back to the Future (coordinate by Jens Hoffmann, as a part of the program in curatorial studies at the Goldsmiths College); Institute of Contemporary Art, London.

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